Strength & Serenity
Come out and experience a core focused, full body fitness class followed by a meditative stretch and relaxation. This 60 minute class focuses on using our most versatile piece of exercise equipment…our own bodies! Incorporating many styles of exercise we will pursue increased strength, mobility, flexibility and balance, and work to bring focus and attention to our physical and mental health. Participants will be required to bring their own yoga mats, hand weights and optional equipment. Registered students only.
Thursdays: 9:00 am- 10:00 am
Fall Session: September 9 – December 16
Winter Session: TBA
Instructor: Nichole Aytenfisu, AFLCA Certified Group Fitness Leader
To register or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays: Essentrics for Seniors, 1:00- 1:45 pm
ESSENTRICS® for Seniors - (45 minutes) – Instructor is Lori Griffith, eOne Fitness
This class is aimed at regaining your mobility while slowly building strength and reawakening the power of your 650 muscles. This is a slower paced class and is designed for those who have muscle stiffness/atrophy, frozen shoulder, chronic aches and pains, and for those who are beginning to exercise after being inactive. Ideal for Seniors who are looking for a gentle, slow tempo class that focuses on improving mobility, balance and strength. Level 1 – Gentle Fitness, standing and chair work. Bring your yoga mat and water to drink.
Fall session: September 13/21 – December 13/21
Winter session: TBA
Spring session: TBA
Discount offered to Greenfield Residents with valid membership
To please contact Lori Griffith at (780) 916-4483 for more information.
To register online go to www.eonefitness.ca.
HATHA YOGA CLASSES
Greenfield Community League
with Patricia MacTavish RYT 200
TUESDAY MORNINGS 9-10 AM
September 14 – December 14
TUESADY EVENINGS 7-8 PM
September 14 – December 14
Schedule time for yourself with a weekly yoga class. Large room and small class sizes allows for physical distancing. Enhanced cleaning protocols. Students are required to bring their own yoga mats and props. Registered students only, no drop in.
To register or for more information email email@example.com
JAPANESE MARTIAL ARTS
SUPPORTING JAPANESE WEAPON ARTS IN EDMONTON, ALBERTA
The Kita Kaze Budo Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of Japanese weapon arts in Edmonton, Canada.
Kendo, meaning "way of the sword" in Japanese, is a full-contact sport where practitioners put on armour and strike each other with bamboo swords.
Iaido, the art of cutting a target immediately from the draw and sheathing the katana, utilizes a dull blade while performing special choreographed sequence’s called kata.
The Naginata is the Japanese polearm, A full-contact sport comprised of sparring with armour and bamboo weapons as well as kata (choreographed sequences of attack and defense)
Fall session: September 2/21 – December 23/21
Thursdays: 6:00pm – 7:30pm – Kendo Kids, Iaido
7:30pm – 9:00pm – Kendo Adults, Naginata
For more information please visit: https://kitakazebudo.org/