New fitness

A series of fitness classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays will get underway next week at the Fayetteville Recreation Center.

All classes require a mat, and participants are asked to bring their own.

Classes include the following: from 4:30 to 5:10 p.m., Yoga, from 5:15 to 5:55 p.m., Barre, and 6 to 6:40 p.m., Pound. There will also be 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. six-week boot camp, $75 plus equipment, separate price.

All classes are adaptable to each individual participating, said the instructor, Cindy Shrader Hill, adding, “Whether you need to increase flexibility or build cardio, strength, balance, endurance, confidence, or overall health, there’s something for everyone!”

Pound is a full-body cardio jam session that fuses easy to follow cardio, Pilates, balance, isometrics, and plyometrics while strengthening and sculpting infrequently used muscles and working the entire body, raising the heart rate into a fat-burning zone.

Barre is a blend of toning, ballet, strength, yoga, and Pilates, with standing and seated exercises as well as floor work to increase flexibility and lean muscle mass, and protect bone health while improving balance, posture and stability.

Yoga combines the best of stretching and relaxation techniques placed throughout a calming yoga flow. Increases flexibility, balance and muscle tone while decreasing stress.

Classes (Pound, Barre, and Yoga) can be paid individually or by the month. Payment for each are due at the beginning of month. Prices follow: one class per week, $20 per month (ex: taking Barre only on Tuesdays); two classes per week, $25 per month (ex: Barre on Tuesdays and Thursdays); three classes per week, $29 per month (ex: Barre both days & Yoga on Tuesdays); four classes per week, $33 per month (ex: both Barre and Yoga classes both days); five classes per week, $37 per month; and six classes per week, $40 per month. Drop-in class prices, if you’re unable to commit to a month, are $7 for one class, $12 for two classes on the same night, or $15 for three to four classes on the same night.

Any class is subject to cancellation if minimum number of six participants do not sign up per month. If you have paid for a month, and classes are canceled due to weather or instructor illness, your monthly rate will be credited for the time lost on the following month. Also, you don’t have to wait for the first of the month to join. If you are out for illness or unforeseen circumstances (vacations not included), you are allowed to make-up your time lost within a 30-day period; no refunds.

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