January 11, 2024 By Idaho CDHD Movement in the Park: spring 2024 schedule A new year means a new schedule for Movement in the Park! Our adaptive exercise classes are returning this spring semester, starting on January 17 and running until May 3. With Victoria officially becoming a winter 2023 graduate, this semester will also see new instructors. One thing that will remain the same is that all adults of all abilities are welcome to join in! Spring 2024 schedule When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11-11:30 am PT. Where: 1912 Center in the Friendship Room Note that as the weather warms up, classes will be moved outside to East City Park at the corner of Third and Hayes Street (southeast corner of the park). Download our spring Movement in the Park flyer What to expect Movement in the Park is part of our Healthy Active Lifestyles project. It’s a series of adaptive movement exercise classes that emphasize getting your body moving in a fun and inclusive environment. Each class is 30 minutes long and is instructed by one or more CDHD trainee instructors. As a participant, you can expect to complete different forms of exercise. This can range from dancing to active games to different movements that focus on specific muscle groups. No matter how you’re moving, adaptive alternatives are available to make each class suitable for all fitness levels and abilities. Our instructors work hard to make sure each class offers healthy movement and a good dose of fun! Meet our new instructors Isabella Gilmore Isabella has been working with the CDHD since the fall of 2022. She is studying recreation, sport, tourism management and psychology. "I am so excited to see familiar faces and meet new ones this semester during Movement in the Park! No matter where you're at in life, come join us and get some movement into your day. Come have fun with people who will lift you up. We're all in this together!" Abril Correa Abril also joined the CDHD student trainee program in the fall of 2022. She is studying psychology with minors in Spanish and sociology. She is also pursuing an Academic Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion. "Movement in the Park is such an uplifting and fun environment to get to meet new people and come together for 30-minutes of movement. I'm looking forward to this semester with you all and all new people who will becoming! Be sure to join us – we would love to have you all there!" Come along, join in on the fun and meet our new instructors! If you’re not able to make it to a class, no need to worry. Former CDHD trainee Morgan Flynn can put you through your paces in one of our online adaptive movement videos. If you’d like more information about Movement in the Park, please call 208 883 7084.