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Free Outdoor Fitness

Looking to try something new or you just enjoy working out in a fun outdoor atmosphere, the Outdoor Fitness classes are a great workout. Certified instructors teach these popular classes and all fitness levels are welcome. 
 

For a full schedule of classes & dates, please visit the Adult Fitness tab on the Catalog page.

 

Free Outdoor Fitness - Newtown Park

First and Third Sundays from April through October*
First Sundays: Yoga 
Third Sundays: Zumba
*Classes with an asterisk are those on dates outside the normal schedule
Time: Sign-in at 8:45 a.m., class begins at 9 a.m. (1-hour class)
Location: Mark Burkhalter Amphitheater at Newtown Park
Age: 16+. Younger participants must be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: Free
Registration: No registration required. Participants must sign a waiver.
Equipment: All participants must bring their own Yoga mats. No equipment needed for Zumba. 

Classes include outdoor Zumba and Yoga classes. Zumba is a popular fitness program that combines Latin music with easy to follow dance moves for an effective and exhilarating calorie-burning workout! Yoga moves at a slower pace, improving flexibility, muscle tone, strength, and stress management through stretches, poses, and relaxation techniques. 
 

Free Outdoor Fitness - Autrey Mill

Class Schedule/Details:
Second and Fourth Sundays from April - October
Second Sundays:
Bar-less Barre
Fourth Sundays: Tai Chi
Time: Sign-in at 8:45 a.m., class begins at 9 a.m. (1-hour class)
Location: Autrey Mill Pole Barn
Age: 16+. Younger participants must be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: Free
Registration: No registration required. Participants must sign a waiver.
Equipment: All participants must bring their own Yoga mats.
Max: each class is limited to the first 30 participants (use of provided class equipment – i.e. weights).

Classes include Bar-less Barre and Tai Chi. Bar-less Barre, a ballet-inspired exercise, infuses high energy music with a fun, low-impact, full body workout with the use of light weights and isometric movement followed by stretching sequences to improve posture, balance, and flexibility. Tai Chi focuses on smooth, slow movements that cultivate inward focus, concentration and energy flow as a recipe for better health - inner peace, energy, balance, stress relief and better body control. Both classes are open to all fitness levels.