Date(s) & Time(s)::
Weekly on Thursday at 6:30 PM until 7:30 PM from January 16, 2014 until March 6, 2014
Location: Botanical Conservatory, 1100 S. Calhoun
Phone: (260) 427-6000
Thursday evenings, January 16-March 6, 6:30-7:30 pm
Who would have thought the humble childhood hula hoop would become the latest fitness craze? Hula hooping is a fun and exciting form of exercise that strengthens the core, boosts cardiovascular endurance, speeds weight loss, sculpts thighs, buttocks and arms, develops balance and coordination, enhances flexibility and is a low impact work out. Mikila Cook will begin with basic hula hooping and progress to intermediate hula dance.
Each class will focus on awareness of a specific part of the body and coordinating tricks. Build core strength and cardio fitness as you learn how to spin an adult-sized hula hoop on your body and in your hands. Whether you’re after a fun workout, a new skill to show off to friends, a way to de-stress, or something extra for your dance routine, hooping has got something for everyone. Suitable for all ages, no previous experience necessary. Hula hoops will available to use, purchase and order.
Note: If a session meets its registration minimum, additional students may drop in for $7 per session, up to the class maximum. If minimums are not met, the program will be cancelled. Drop-ins should call ahead to make sure class will be in session. Ages 8-adult. Registration deadline: January 9. Min. 8. Max. 25. $40/public; $34/Conservatory member or volunteer. Call 260-427-6000 to register and refer to class code 127022-R1. Held at the Botanical Conservatory, 1100 S. Calhoun St.
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