March 21, 2009
A Day of Fitness to benefit Rio Hondo College’s
Dance Program and Fitness Specialist Program.
classes and a chance for prizes in the Basketball
8:30-9:30 AM Yoga
9:30-10:30 Body Bliss
10:30-11:00 Basketball Challenge
12:00-1:00 Body Connectivity
12:00-1:00 Tai Chi
1:00-2:00 Sweat Box
Tickets: $15 advance purchase-$20 at the door
Alyson Cartagena 562-463-7405
Jodi Senk 562-463-7430
Coordinators Alyson Cartagena and Jodi Senk
present A Day of Fitness, including January
Jumpstart, March Madness, and Summer
Characterized by flowing poses and sequences that
are linked to the breath. Long, slow deep holds are
emphasized in this unique internal approach to yoga.
A wonderful class for moving deeper into the
connective tissue of the body, and a great way to
restore the body for everyone -- from new Yogis to
elite athletes. This class will be co-taught for
more personal attention.
Instructors: Esther Baker assisted by Carol McDowell
intense upper and lower body workout with a strong
focus on defining the core muscles by challenging
both strength and stability. Using a weighted body
bar, a ball, and a step, this class will help you
define your body from head to toe.
Instructor: Nokor Omaboe
March Madness Basketball Free Throw Contest:
Come and take a shot during the most exciting time
in hoops. How many free throws in a row can you
Dance the stress of your week away with
easy-to-follow dance and aerobics steps to
heart-thumping Latin and International dance beats.
It’s the perfect way to kick off the weekend and get
in a great party mood!
Instructor: Shawnee Rioles
movement class based on Irmgard Bartenieffs’
Patterns of Total Body Connectivity. The Bartenieff
Fundamentals is a system of body re-education based
on developmental movement, which focuses on finding
ease and efficiency in internal body connection.
Instructors: Heather Gillette assisted by Alyson
Originally developed in China as a form of
self-defense, Tai Chi is a graceful form of exercise
that has existed for 2,000 years. Tai chi, in fact,
is often described as "meditation in motion" because
it promotes serenity through gentle movements —
connecting the mind and body. Tai Chi can helps
reduce stress and may be practiced by all ages or
Instructors: Frank McGouirk & Suzette Hodnet
non-stop, non-contact, cardio kickboxing work out
that includes basic kickboxing skills choreographed
to energizing music. Includes intervals of boot-camp
style strengthening, agility, and abdominals that
will keep you toned. Fun and easy to follow!
Instructor: Natalie Woo