September 1, 2022 By CDHD 'Fall' in love with fitness at Adaptive Movement Summer may be winding down, but our Adaptive Movement classes are still in full swing! The inclusive fitness classes will continue through the fall semester. The new schedule will kick off on Wednesday, September 7 at 11-11:30 am at East City Park. CDHD trainees Victoria Rae and Kellie Matern are returning as instructors. All adults of all abilities are welcome to come and take part in the fun! New fall schedule When: Mondays from 2-2:30 pm and Wednesdays from 11-11:30 am Where: East City Park, corner of Third and Hayes Street (southeast corner of the park) Note that as the weather gets cooler, classes will move to the 1912 Center on Third Street.  Download our fall Adaptive Movement flyer What to expect Adaptive Movement is part of our Healthy Active Lifestyles Project. It’s a series of fitness classes that focus on getting the body moving in a fun and inclusive environment. Each session runs for 30 minutes under the instruction of a CDHD student trainee. You can expect to complete a series of exercises that can easily be adapted to suit all fitness levels and abilities. Our instructors work hard to create classes that offer healthy movement with plenty of fun! All adults are welcome to join. Each class is suitable for all fitness levels and people of all abilities. Meet our instructors Victoria Rae Victoria joined the CDHD in the summer and will continue working with us through the fall semester. She is studying Exercise, Sport and Health Science Pre-PT with a minor in pre-health studies. Victoria is excited to continue as an Adaptive Movement instructor, saying “Come join a great group of people for some fun movement in the park! Share some laughs, listen to fun music, make new friends and, most importantly, get moving! People of all abilities and experience are welcome to attend. We'd love to see you there!" Kellie Matern Kellie also joined the CDHD this summer and will continue working at the CDHD through the fall semester. She is studying Sociology and Organizational Science. She’s looking forward to seeing all participants joining in on Adaptive Movement through the fall. “Adaptive movement is a great way for everyone in the community to get moving and get healthier! Come join us a couple times per week for music, friends and movement that’s available to all, no matter your ability.” If you have any questions, or you’d like more information about Adaptive Movement, please email Victoria (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kellie (email@example.com).