Clinics are offered each semester for a small fee and include a learning progression throughout the semester. Participants must register at the service counter in the Student Recreation Center (SRC) lobby prior to participating in any clinic after the first week of classes.
How to Register
Students enrolled in the current semester may register and participate in clinics. Members who are 18 years and older may also register and participate in clinics. Guests and nonmembers are not permitted to register or participate in clinics. Register for clinics at the service counter in the Student Recreation Center (SRC) lobby only during the registration period. Once registration closes at the posted deadline, no late registrations will be accepted for any reason.
One clinic registration is good for the specific day and time that is listed on the schedule. If a clinic is offered more than once per week, a separate, additional registration is required. Price listed per clinic is for the entire semester of classes, not cost per week.
Clinics that have not met the minimum enrollment requirements as of September 14 will be canceled and refunds or transfers will be issued. Participants will be notified via email for any class changes or cancellations.
A refund will be given if the participant cancels by closing on February 2. If you would like to receive a refund for your clinic, please contact Larissa Brown.
Pending available space, participants may transfer to another Instructional Clinic by contacting Larissa Brown before February 2.
Spring 2020 Schedule
Select the clinic type to view the schedule.
|Practice the strong, energetic, rhythmic footwork and gestures of African dance while learning the history and customs behind the movements. Experience the art and culture of African dance.|
|Hip Hop||Wednesday||4-4:50 p.m.||Studio B|
|Experience the evolution of Hip-Hop culture through the rhythm and style of Hip-Hop dance. Upgrade your dance moves this semester.|
|Belly Dance||Wednesday||6:30-7:50 p.m.||Martial Arts Studio|
|Belly Dance is comprised of the traditional dances of North Africa and the Middle East. Known for its graceful hip drops, rolls and pivots, this dance form utilizes muscle groups in the abdomen, pelvis, trunk, spine and neck, working with the body instead of against it. Belly dancing is based on movements that come naturally to the body.|
|11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
11:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
|Martial Arts Studio
Martial Arts Studio
|A Korean art of self-defense that promotes physical and mental well-being. It combines meditation with defensive and attacking skills like joint locks, grappling, punches and kicks.|
|Lotus Self Defense||Thursday||6 - 7:20 p.m.||Martial Arts Studio|
|Martial arts style class that will cover punches, kicks, blocks, and rolls with emphasis on self-defense.|
|Yin Yoga||Monday||5:30 - 6:20 p.m.||Studio B|
|Flexibility practice for beginners through advanced that works with your own unique body alignment. Slow-paced static stretching that promotes fascial fitness and builds postural awareness. Great for balancing your more athletic “yang” pursuits.|
|1 - 1:50 p.m.
11 - 11:50 a.m.
|A flowing sequence of postures, which becomes more challenging as your practice develops. Increases body awareness, strength, and flexibility.|
|Purna Yoga||Wednesday||12:30 - 1:20 p.m.||Martial Arts Studio|
|Using awareness, precision and concentration, this class offers techniques for the union of the body and the mind with the spirit. Attention is given to quiet awareness, posture and breath. With regular practice, you will improve flexibility, strength, tone, relaxation, focus, balance, endurance and stabilization, and calm your central nervous system.|
|1 - 1:50 p.m.
|A gentle introduction to yoga postures focusing on breath work, flexibility and relaxation.|
|Pilates||Thursday||7-7:50 p.m.||Studio B|
|A challenging class that uses mind-body exercises to stretch and strengthen the muscles. Pilates focuses on the abdominals and works the rest of the body through the core connection.|
|Class (6 Weeks)||Day||Time||Location|
January 27 - March 2
March 9 - April 27
|Mondays||4:30 - 5:20 p.m.||Studio B|
|Uses yang-style 24 form as moving meditation and offers practitioners techniques for promoting relaxation, strength, balance, flexibility, and healing. It incorporates slow-motion movements to balance and strengthen the body, while the mental concepts calm the emotions and reduce stress. Try Tai Chi on January 13 & 27. The registration and refund period for the second session is March 2-15.|
|Restorative Yin Yoga
January 31 - March 6
March 13 - April 24
|Fridays||12:30 - 1:50 p.m.||Studio B|
|Calm your mind and relax your body with this soothing class. Poses are held for several minutes and are deeply supported by props. Try Restorative Yin on January 17 and January 24. The registration and refund period for the second session is March 6-20.|
|Conscious Rhythm and Movement
January 30 - March 5
|Thursdays||5 - 5:50 p.m.||Studio B|
|Using awareness, precision, and concentration, this class offers techniques for the union of the body and the mind with the spirit. Attention is given to quiet awareness, posture, and breath. With regular practice, you will improve flexibility, strength, tone, relaxation, focus, balance, endurance and stabilization, and calm your central nervous system.|
|Kettlebell Fitness (FREE!)
February 5 - March 11
|Wednesdays||11 - 11:50 a.m.||Martial Arts Studio|
|Work with our team of personal trainers and learn the skills needed to complete an effective kettlebell workout that meets your health and fitness goals. Open to those who are new to kettlebell as well as experienced lifters. Appropriate for all skill levels. Registration required.|
|Roll and Release: Foam
|February 7||Friday||12:30 - 1:20 p.m.||Martial Arts Studio|
|This one-day workshop will cover the basic techniques of foam rolling. Learn the trigger-point technique of systematic self-massage. Use it for your warm-up, your cool down, or as a tool during your recovery days.|
|PantherFit (8-weeks)||February 14||Friday||9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.||Room 215|
|Our Fitness Instructor Training (F.I.T.) program is designed to prepare the fitness enthusiast to lead safe and effective group exercise classes. Join us for a six-hour in-person workshop to kickstart your instructor training. After completion of the one-day workshop, we meet weekly to give you hands-on practice teaching a variety of formats – from Panther Sculpt to Cardio Kickboxing. We will meet weekly for 2 hours for 8 weeks. This course will prepare you to lead fitness classes at the SRC and prepare you for a nationally accredited group fitness certification.|