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FIT Together classes are based upon two decades worth of research testing exercise programs for cancer survivors. The programs were developed to improve muscle, bone and joint health that can decline from the combined effects of aging and cancer treatment. Thus, FIT Together classes focus on strengthening exercises (Strength and Strength/Cardio classes) and mobility (Yoga classes). The programs were also designed to allow participation no matter a person’s age, fitness level, or exercise experience. We are also firm believers in the “power of the group”, thus all classes are delivered in a group setting. The social support and camaraderie that comes from exercising with others can help people stick to exercise better and provides a sense of community and belongingness that has additional health benefits.

All FIT Together classes are streamed live online only. You can practice from the comfort of your home, backyard, or any other setting from which you are able to access internet content.

Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Strength (Session 1) Spring 2024

26 Sessions
$135
(1 participant)
$243
(2 participants)
April 2, 2024
-
June 27, 2024
Tuesday, Thursday 8:30-9:30am (Pacific time) with Ron
This functional strength training class consists of upper and lower body strength exercises using one’s body weight and/or dumbbells to perform the exercises. These exercises focus on functional movement patterns important for everyday activities so that your day-to-day and recreational pursuits are easier and more enjoyable. The exercises can be adapted to a person’s physical abilities, so people who have never done resistance exercise or who have some experience are fine to join. *Class is labeled 'Session 1' to indicate a time slot within the daily class schedule. The label does not indicate level of difficulty, challenge or experience requirement.
Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Strength (Session 2) Spring 2024

26 Sessions
$135
(1 participant)
$243
(2 participants)
April 2, 2024
-
June 27, 2024
Tuesday, Thursday 9:45-10:45am (Pacific time) with Ron
This functional strength training class consists of upper and lower body strength exercises using one’s body weight and/or dumbbells to perform the exercises. These exercises focus on functional movement patterns important for everyday activities so that your day-to-day and recreational pursuits are easier and more enjoyable. The exercises can be adapted to a person’s physical abilities, so people who have never done resistance exercise or who have some experience are fine to join. *Class is labeled 'Session 2' to indicate a time slot within the daily class schedule. The label does not indicate level of difficulty, challenge or experience requirement.
Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Strength/Cardio (Session 1) Spring 2024

25 Sessions
$130
(1 participant)
$234
(2 participants)
April 2, 2024
-
June 27, 2024
Tuesday, Thursday 3-4pm (Pacific time) with Melissa
In this class you will engage in upper and lower body strength exercises using one’s body weight and/or dumbbells. The class also includes cardiovascular training in the form of low or high impact exercise options that increase heart rate and respiration. All exercises focus on functional movement patterns that are important for everyday activities. This class is recommended to those with some experience with strength and cardio exercises but also to people who have never practiced resistance or cardiovascular training. All exercises can be adapted to one’s physical abilities. *Class is labeled 'Session 1' to indicate a time slot within the daily class schedule. The label does not indicate level of difficulty, challenge or experience requirement.
Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Strength/Cardio (Session 2) Spring 2024

25 Sessions
$130
(1 participant)
$234
(2 participants)
April 2, 2024
-
June 27, 2024
Tuesday, Thursday 4-5pm (Pacific time) with Melissa
In this class you will engage in upper and lower body strength exercises using one’s body weight and/or dumbbells. The class also includes cardiovascular training in the form of low or high impact exercise options that increase heart rate and respiration. All exercises focus on functional movement patterns that are important for everyday activities. This class is recommended to those with some experience with strength and cardio exercises but also to people who have never practiced resistance or cardiovascular training. All exercises can be adapted to one’s physical abilities. *Class is labeled 'Session 2' to indicate' to indicate a time slot within the daily class schedule. The label does not indicate level of difficulty, challenge or experience requirement.
Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Yoga Flow Spring 2024

38 Sessions
$195
(1 participant)
$351
(2 participants)
April 1, 2024
-
June 28, 2024
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9-10am (Pacific time) with Laura
This yoga class combines breath awareness and mindful movement. It emphasizes the use of breath as a guide for the movement of the body, leading to a moving meditation that includes strength, flexibility and balance. The movements and poses are adaptable to personal circumstances, experience and ability, and can be performed standing, seated or on the floor. Benefits of yoga practice include: improved range of motion and body awareness, increased stamina and muscle tone, reduced stress, better sleep and overall wellbeing.
Spring Term (Apr/May/Jun)

Chair Yoga Spring 2024

26 Sessions
$135
(1 participant)
$243
(2 participants)
April 2, 2024
-
June 27, 2024
Tuesday, Thursday 10-11am (Pacific time) with Laura
Chair yoga is a form of yoga practice in which postures are performed while seated and/or with the aid of a chair. Just like a regular yoga class, chair yoga can improve flexibility, strength, general body awareness and wellbeing. Standing poses are assisted by the chair and in the long term can have positive effects on balance and stability. Emphasizing the use of the breath in the movement of the body and practicing from a stance of curiosity and self-acceptance, this chair yoga class can be helpful for those suffering from chronic pain, osteoporosis, muscle weakness or other conditions that might affect balance or for anyone who has difficulty getting down to and up from the floor.

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