No matter your limitations, you can still reap the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of exercise. This class is designed to give you a total body workout. Cardio, strength, and flexibility exercises are all performed from a seated position.
Explore the world of Tabletop Gaming! It's not just Monopoly anymore. The games are bigger, better and weirder. From cooperative to competitive, we have a large selection of games that we'll rotate through, so that every time you visit you'll likely play something new.
Are you ready for a change? HIIT is designed to help participants achieve superior fat loss while maintaining muscle. This class alternates between short periods of cardio exercise with less intense recovery periods. You will improve your athletic capacity and condition, improve glucose metabolism and improve fat burning. Bring your own hand weights.
Vamos a leer y discutir diversas obras de literatura en nuestra idioma favorita. Todos los niveles entre intermedio y hablante nativo son bienvenidos!
Let’s read and discuss diverse works of literature in our favorite language. All levels from intermediate to native speaker are welcome!
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Don't worry about the weather. Come walk a mile in the comfort of air conditioning. Participants will follow Leslie Sansone DVD's to start their weight loss journey with a gentle paced 1 mile beginner walk program. Participants will increase their heart rate with low impact moves.
ABsolutely Amazing Abs goes beyond getting a flat belly or a six-pack of abs. There are several benefits associated with abdominal exercises. Attain better posture, increase flexibility in the lower back and improve digestion. Classes will begin with a dynamic stretching warm up. Participants will need to be able to perform floor exercises. Bring a mat.
Former ambassador David F. Lambertson, who served in Saigon in the mid-1960s as a member of the American embassy’s political section and later was part of the U.S. delegation to the Paris peace talks, discusses the end of the war in Vietnam—what it meant then and what it should mean now.