Is walking or hiking part of your regular routine? Get ready and stay steady for the trails! Join us in the Oak Room for a pop-up walking and hiking class with Andrew Tucker, certified personal trainer. In this class, you will learn fundamental core strength and stabilization exercises you can do at home to enhance your walking experience and keep your feet steady on the sidewalk or the trails. Andrew will demonstrate these simple bodyweight exercises that you can do anytime, anywhere.
Join us in the Oak Room for a pop-up Box & Flow class with Heath Norton and Heather Walther. Begin with thirty minutes of shadowboxing, a cardiovascular workout that will work your body and your brain. Then take to the mat for thirty minutes of yoga to help you tone, strengthen, and stretch your body. This pop-up class event will include participant gifts, energizing music, and an atmosphere of community and fun.
Double the classes, double the fun! Join us in the PALM parking lot for one or both mask-free outdoor classes, weather permitting. We’ll have Cardio Cycle at 8am and Flow at 9am with MaryAnn Kuehl. Each outdoor class event will include special surprise giveaways, energizing music, and an atmosphere of community and fun. Class size is limited to 9 participants for Cardio Cycle and 15 participants for Flow, so sign up soon!
Metabolic syndrome refers to a cluster of risk factors that includes increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol levels, which may increase your chance of developing serious health conditions. In this webinar, Dr. Karrie Hohn will discuss the root cause of diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease and how to treat the symptoms of metabolic syndrome to reduce your risk of developing further health conditions.
It’s February: when valentines are shared with loved ones and spring is just around the corner. Yet, like every month in America, 1 in 4 deaths will be caused by heart disease. More than 800,000 die from cardiovascular problems every year in the US — approximately one person every 37 seconds.
This seminar takes a look at the nutrients that help keep the heart beating. Specific vitamins and minerals aid in the proper functioning of the heart, which is essential to maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Katheryn will also address the best ways to lower cholesterol and blood pressure through diet to reduce the risk of heart disease. Register through our class schedule on the PALM app. Free for members and their guests.