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Personal Touch - Stregth Training

Zeroing in on key muscle groups using exercise balls, weights, and resistance bands this class will
help improve strength, body awareness, and balance. Call or text 817.676.3300, e-mail
moutzinger47@gmail.com, or visit www.facebook.com/jazzercisecolleyville for more information, fee options, and to register. Walk-in and once a week options are available.

Day: Mondays & Thursdays 
Time: 10-10:45 a.m.
Dates: Sep. 5-30, Oct. 3-31, Nov. 4-25, Dec. 2-19
Fees: $40
Location: Senior Center
Instructor: Maureen Utzinger

Jazzercise Lo-Impact

Use muscles, not momentum to get a total-body workout that brings all the dance fitness fun without the hop. A combination of cardio and strength training for a heart-healthy workout that keeps your body strong. Call 817-676-3300, e-mail motzing@tx.rr.com, or visit
www.facebook.com/jazzercisecolleyville for more information, fee options, and to register. No class May 27 or Jul. 4. 

Day: Mon., Tue., Wed., & Thu. 
Time: 8:45-9:45 a.m.
Dates: May 1-30, Jun. 3-27, Jul. 1-31, Aug. 1-29
Fees: $32 
Location: Senior Center
Instructor: Maureen Utzinger

Yoga Flow Basics

Each month, the class begins by teaching basic alignment of selected poses, breath work, and
meditation. As the class progresses, new poses are added creating a flow using these poses and
synchronizing them with proper breathing. Each class utilizes warm-up poses to allow deeper
stretching and cool-down poses to release the muscles and allow for complete relaxation. No
experience necessary. The class is designed to provide options for all levels. Registration required.

Day/Time: Tue. & Thu., 11:00 a.m.-Noon
Dates: May 2-28, Jun. 4-27, Jul. 9-Aug. 1, Aug. 6-29
Fees: $45 (Drop-in $10/class)
Location: Senior Center
Instructor: Lynne Clem 

Tai Chi + Qigong

Qigong (Chi Kung) is slow repetitive movements. Qigong can be used as a stand-alone series of movements or a warm-up to Tai Chi. Learn Yang-Wu Tai Chi short form for a moving meditation, stress relief. Both Qigong and Tai Chi movements involve fluid movements of arms and legs, coordinated with breath and focus on balance. These low-impact movements improve health with no special equipment and use minimum effort for the movement. As the body relaxes, the mind becomes tranquil, aware, and alert. For ease of movement, wear loose fitting clothing. Usually, exercises are done without shoes for better balance. Movements can be done sitting or standing. Free introductory class held on Apr. 29 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. No class on May 27.

Day/Time: Mon., 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Dates: May 6-Jun. 3, Jun. 10-Jul. 1, Jul. 8-29, Aug. 5-26
Fees: $30 (Drop-in $10/class)
Location: Senior Center
Instructor: Lavada Smith