YOUR BRAIN ISN’T THE ONLY THING THAT NEEDS A WORKOUT!
North Central Michigan College’s Student and Community Resource Center has a wide variety of fitness courses to offer the community. The Center has become one of the community’s most popular resources with more than 30,000 uses of the center’s courts and track each year. The track is a safe (and free) place to run or walk year-round.
There are one-credit courses that include T’ai Chi Chu’an, personal wellness, beginning yoga and pilates. These classes meet twice a week for one hour. There are also two physical conditioning courses (PE 116 and PE 216) offering unlimited access to the fitness center. These courses include an individual fitness evaluation and a prescribed program using various pieces of training equipment and activities. To apply, visit www.ncmich.edu and click on Apply Now!
New this fall are non-credit community interest classes for all skill levels.
Parkinson’s Exercise Class
Tuesdays, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. or
Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
September 4 – November 8
$60 for all 10 weeks. Select which day (Tuesday or Thursday)
Join personal trainer Nan Casey for strength, balance and voice amplification training for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. This class will incorporate boxing. Wheelchair accessible.
All fitness classes meet in Room 550 in the Student and Community Resource Center. To register for these classes, call 231-439-6370 or stop by and visit the fitness center office on the Petoskey campus.