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Exercise for Your Life
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Exercise for Your Life


with Diana Ward

Start your day off right! Give yourself a gift this year of “Body RENEWAL.” You will look better, feel better, and your HEART will thank you. This dynamic exercise class is on-going! JOIN ANYTIME! (No class 9/4, 10/9, 11/23, 12/25, and 1/1) 

Note: Social distance is maintained in this class. Masks/facecoverings are optional.

Instructor: Diana Ward
Session 1: 8/28 - 11/2, 8:30 - 9:30 AM
Session 2: 11/6 - 1/11, 8:30 - 9:30 AM
Location: Windham Town Hall Gym
Fee: $70 per section - No Senior Discount



Evening Indoor Walking Program


with Thomas Nash

Calendar Current session started Sep 18, 2023 at 3 pm, runs for 14 weeks

Are you looking for a dry, safe, and well-lit place to walk? Join us for a healthy way to keep fit. A walking clinic will kick off the program pro- viding information on techniques, proper stretching, goal setting, and record keeping. Info night for new participants is Monday, 9/18 from 5:30-6:30 pm in the high school cafeteria. No need to attend if you have previously participated in the walking program. Families are welcome to walk from 3:00-8:00 pm after the intro night. The nominal fee covers the entire semester! Kids are free. No access 10/9, 11/22, and 11/23.



Gentle Moderate Mindful Yoga


with Nancy Kristiansen

Calendar Next session starts Sep 26, 2023 at 5:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks
1 additional session on Nov 14, 2023

Please join us for the experience of breathing and stretching in this Mindful Yoga class. This practice of yoga can help rewire or reshape our brain and improve the quality of our life experiences. In this gentle-moderate class, we move mindfully through a series of postures designed to increase flexibility and build strength while encouraging a connection between movement and breath. Please dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat!



Start Feeling Younger Today


with Pearla Phillips & Tracey DuBois

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 12, 2023 at 5 pm, runs for 1 week
1 additional session on Nov 2, 2023

Experience the Fit & Free Lifestyle Program as you increase mobility, stability, strength and balance while relieving pain-related tension! Consistency, commitment and just 45 minutes a day, a few days a week can increase your range of motion, free up space in your body, build strength and stability and keep you feeling young longer. The Fit & Free Program combines Yamuna®, Yoga and Functional Fitness for an overall fitness program for total body sustainability. Yamuna® Bodywork is a self-massage modality that releases restrictions in your body allowing you to move freely. The use of Yamuna® therapy balls will create space in your joints allowing for greater range of motion and relief. Functional Fitness includes movements that increase longevity and lifespan! Body movements that simulate the ‘functions’ we use on a daily basis to increase mobility, strength and balance.

As we age, we feel more aches and pains that can slow us down. Once we slow down it’s difficult to keep doing the things we love. The purpose of this Fit & Free Lifestyle Program is to remove physical restrictions in your body and build strength so that your body functions optimally.

Keeping our bodies functioning at their highest capacity is vital for a quality of life that keeps us active and feeling young. This is an all levels class. Please bring a yoga mat and wear exercise clothing. All tools will be provided to you and available for purchase should you choose to join fun! Bonus: Our certified nutritionist will provide a done-for-you meal plan with recipes!


Women's Health & Fitness 101


with Carole Freeman

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 17, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

A comprehensive course on how to regain lost energy and stamina

For women of ALL fitness levels and ages who want to regain their energy and stamina, be more active and enjoy life. Because women are different hormonally and anatomically, they benefit from different strategies and training. For example, women’s lungs and airways are smaller than men’s of the same size. Smaller airways create air turbulence which can make it harder to breathe during exercise. After the 4 Zoom classes, you’ll be invited to join a Facebook community if you wish for continued resources and group support. Carole will continue to be available to encourage, interact with and answer questions until the end of the year.

Tuesday, 10/17:  The ins & outs of optimal breathing

What if you’re breathing all wrong?  Establishing a starting point; How to calm your breathing when you feel short-of-breath; How to increase oxygenation to the body and brain; The impact of hormones on your training; What most people do wrong when exercising; How to tell if your diaphragm is working for you, or against you

Thursday, 10/19:  Respiratory muscle strength determines endurance

How to build Respiratory muscle strength; How to breathe for optimal endurance; Reduce shortness-of-breath when active; What most people do wrong when exercising; Why you fatigue

Tuesday, 10/24:  New rules for cardio and stamina

Reduce risk of injury; Improve oxygenation to muscles and brain; Reduce load on the heart; Improve body’s ability to burn fat; What happens when people ‘Hit the wall’; How important is stretching; Reversibility, use it or lose it

Thursday, 10/26:  Core strength training

The concept of “Core Strength” (doing more sit-ups) misses the true foundation of Core Stability: the breath. How optimal breathing will improve balance; How your posture affects your core strength and stability; The importance of core strength; How to build core strength without hurting your back; How your breathing pattern determines spinal and pelvic stability; Tracking your 10-week journey



Line Dancing


with Ray & Sue Hall

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 31, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 6 weeks
1 additional session

Come join the fun with Flamin’ Raymin’ and Sizzlin Suzin’ as we kick up our heels to various genres of music for some fun and exercise as we do beginner-to- intermediate dances! The focus will be on having fun while learning some new dance moves! Bring your comforable dancin’ shoes and a smile.




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