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Class Descriptions

Boxing Circuit: This 1-class per week series offers you a full-body workout that's fast, effective and fun. Using the sweet science of boxing, instructors will lead you through 6 punches combined with cardio peaks and strength challenges to build both strength and confidence. 

Deep Flow Yoga: Deep Flow builds flexibility and strength and leaves you feeling centered and calm. This is a 2-class per week series that involves Yoga asanas (poses) and flow series designed to increase body awareness and relieve unnecessary tension. You will learn traditional Yoga asana from expert instructors who can adjust alignment and provide modifications. In this practice, the asanas (poses) will progress with you over time, making it appropriate for anyone who wants to build on their practice.

Hatha Yoga: The word “hatha” can be translated as “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha), the yoga of balance. This is a 2-class per week series that involves Hatha practices that are designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit in preparation for meditation. Our expert instructors can adjust alignment and provide modifications, so the class is suitable for all levels of fitness.

Hip Hop:  You will hardly know you are working out as you move through hip hop dance moves. This class brings a fusion of street jazz, poppin’ funk, African commercial, Latin, and Fosse. By the end of the program, you'll be totally confident in your incredible dance skills and cardio-vascular fitness.

Guest Policy

Instructional and Martial Arts classes offer a two week free trial period January 7-20th, 2019. 

A trial visit outside of the trial period for current students and Campus Recreation members is $10.

A trial visit outside of the trial period for non-Campus Rec members  is $25 ($10 Campus Rec guest fee + $15 class fee)

Guests purchasing a trial visit must be accompanied by a Campus Rec member sponsor.

All trial visitors must purchase in person at the Intramural Building sales office on the day of the trial visit.

A dated, printed receipt must be presented to the Fitness Attendant for admittance into the class.