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Women’s Wellness Center

The Women’s Wellness Center is open during class times only.

This program fills the need for a membership-based, women-only facility with scholarships available, making it accessible to all women. The Women’s Wellness Center has services available such as fitness classes, massage, Reiki, Reflexology, and Bowen therapies. And with a doctor’s referral, women on disability can access these services as well.

By offering a variety of classes for beginning (even non-existing) level of fitness and providing a supportive and encouraging environment, the Women’s Wellness Center has been helping women achieve a better level of health since 2007.

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Classes

This is the place to start. Think you are unable to do yoga? Too weak for strength training? Discover how easy it can be to reach your wellness goals with our unique offering of classes designed for women to improve health due to illness, physical condition or health issues. Classes are affordable and fun and can help reduce stress and add energy to your day.

Yoga for the Inflexible

Tuesday 5:30-6:30

This gentle practice will focus on simple yoga poses to increase mobility, flexibility and calm the mind. Variations with chairs or the wall and yoga props such as bolsters, blocks, and straps will be offered to help support the different needs of each individual body. We will work to experience greater ease in the body so that, when you walk out, you feel looser and calmer than when you walked in.

Strength Balance and Stretch

Friday Noon-1pm

This pre-beginner/beginner level class will incorporate multiple fitness goals to maximize workout efficiency!  The class will include three distinct sections.  First, strengthen. Students will build strength, tone muscles, shed fat and burn calories by creating resistance.  Second, balance. Students will practice balance exercises to improve stability while learning fall prevention skills and coordination that EVERYONE needs.  Lastly, stretching. This will help improve range and prevent the loss of motion. The class will end with relaxation for the body and mind.

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