Health and Wellness

Body Care

Daily Strategies for Living Positively: The Science of Happiness

John Ameen
What makes life worth living?  How do we keep our heads up and avoid being bogged down in negativity?  Positive psychology is the study of what makes people flourish in all areas of life. This course delves into the science of positive psychology to give you practical strategies you can use each day to increase positive well-being on a short and long-term basis. These are science-based strategies that have been used by mental health practitioners around the world and have the power to change the way you live.  Topics will include, but are not limited to:  how to experience more positive emotions; the science of gratitude; mindfulness; changing stress mindset; building positive relationships.  Adolescents, families with adolescents, and couples welcome! *No class on March 20.

add to cartWed, Feb 27-Apr 3*, 6-8pm, 5 wks               Littleton Campus
WLNS 1020S01-80120           $119, $5 material fee to instructor

add to cartWed, Apr 10-May 8, 6-8pm, 5 wks                   Parker Campus
WLNS 1020SP1-80122          $119, $5 material fee to instructor

Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia

Jennny Lee
Alzheimer’s is not normal aging. It’s a disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Join us to learn about the impact of Alzheimer’s, the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia, disease stages and risk factors, current research and treatments to address some symptoms and Alzheimer’s Association resources.

add to cartMon, Mar 18, 6-8pm                        Littleton Campus
WLNS 1021S01-80191                      $Free, registration is required

Reflexology

Sandra Gourd
Learn to do Reflexology. This is an effective therapeutic method of relieving pain by stimulating predefined zones and pressure points on the feet and hands. These pressure points connect directly through the nervous system and affect the organs, glands and muscles in the body. Reflexology is generally relaxing and may also be an effective way to alleviate stress. This class is not a certification program, but an introductory course in Reflexology.

add to cartTue, Mar 5-12, 6-9pm, 2 wks                Littleton Campus
WLNS 1019S01-80124          $69, $20 materials fee to instructor

 

Fitness

Beginning Tai Chi

Holly Yang
Daily Tai chi practice relieves stress and tension, increases energy and tranquility, regulates the body's internal systems, and improves balance, flexibility, strength, and physical and mental harmony and well-being. Learn the Tai Chi 8 Forms and 16 Forms with clear, step by step instructions through tai chi stances, hand positions, and movements. You may need multiple class sessions to master each level. Qi Gong and meditation will be introduced and practiced. A certain degree of movements is required for full-participation in this course. *No class March 20 due to Spring Break.

add to cartThu, Jan 31-Mar 28*, 6-8pm, 8 wks    Littleton Campus
WLNS 1013S01-80126                              $199

add to cartThu, Apr 4-May 23, 6-8pm, 8 wks    Littleton Campus
WLNS 1013S02-80127                             $199

Pilates Matwork I

Catherine M Glenn
Focuses on Pilates mat work to increase core strength, overall muscles tone and flexibility with focused and precise floor work techniques. A physical education class built upon the philosophies and exercises of Josef Pilates. *No classes the week of March 18 due to Spring Break.

add to cartMon/Wed, Jan 23-May 13*, 11:30am-12:20pm, 14 wks Littleton Campus
WLNS 1003S01-80128                                             $149

Yoga I

Catherine M Glenn
Focuses on Pilates mat work to increase core strength, overall muscles tone and flexibility with focused and precise floor work techniques. A physical education class built upon the philosophies and exercises of Josef Pilates. *No classes the week of March 18 due to Spring Break.

add to cartMon/Wed, Jan 23-Apr 8*, 4-5:15pm, 10 wks    Littleton Campus
WLNS 1005S01-80129                                             $149

add to cartTue/Thu, Feb 26-May 14*, 8-9:15am, 10 wks   Littleton Campus
WLNS 1005S02-80130                                            $149

Bungee Bootcamp

Paul Serafini
Bungee bootcamp is a tandem fitness class utilizing our C-Bungee® tandem cord. Each participant works in tandem with another participant to anchor, assist, or apply resistance. Classes are designed in one of or a combination of the following: HIIT, Slo-mo, balance/stabilization, core, speed and run form. *No classes the week of March 18 due to Spring Break.

add to cartMon, Feb 11-Apr 8*, 6-7pm, 8 wks    Littleton Campus
WLNS 1006S01-80131                                             $149

add to cartFri, Mar 29-May 17, 6-7am, 8 wks   Littleton Campus
WLNS 1006S02-80132                                     $149

Stretch and Posture

Perri Cunningham
This is a class focusing on breathing and relaxed stretching to stretch and strengthen for improved posture.

Mon/Fri, Jan 21-May17, 8:15-8:45am, 15 wks 
Littleton Campus, Fitness Center Studio     Free

Balance

Patty Bisbee
You are never too old to play! This fun-filled activity class challenges the components that keep you upright and maintain balance. Activities focus on improving posture, core strength and stabilization, as well as mind-body awareness.  This is NOT designed for those who are currently at risk for falling.

Fri, Jan 25-May 17, 9:15-9:45am, 15 wks
Littleton Campus, Fitness Center Studio     Free

Drums Alive Gold

Patty Adams
Combine movement with the powerful beat and rhythms of drumming for an amazing workout!

Wed, Jan 23-May 15, 9:30-10:30am, 15 wks
Littleton Campus, Fitness Center Studio     Free

Silver Sneakers Classic

Kendra Hawkins
Move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase strength and range of motion.

Tue/Thu/Sat, Jan 22-May 16, 9:30-10:30am, 15 wks
Littleton Campus, Fitness Center Studio     Free

Silver Sneakers Yoga

Catherine Glenn
Move through a whole body series of seated and standing yoga poses and breathing exercises. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of seated and standing postures.

Mon/Wed, Jan 21-May 15, 9:30-10:30am, 15 wks
Littleton Campus, Fitness Center Studio     Free