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 online or at the service counter in the Student Recreation Center (SRC) lobby during the registration period.
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. The price listed per clinic is for the entire semester of classes, not the cost per week.
Clinics that have not met the minimum enrollment requirements as of the designated deadline will be canceled and refunds or transfers will be issued. Participants will be notified via email of any class changes or cancellations.
Location: Atlanta campus - Student Recreation Center
January 9 - February 3
Clinics that have not met the minimum enrollment requirements as of January 29 will be canceled, and refunds or transfers will be issued. Participants will be notified via email of any class changes or cancellations.
January 9 - April 22
No clinics on January 16 & March 12-19
January 9 - 13
Do you want to sign up for an instructional clinic but you’re not sure which one? Come try it out to see what fits best for you during the free trial period! All clinics will meet at their regularly scheduled time. The “try” period is free but registration is required. All participants must pay and register
by January 13 to participate after the trial period.
$20 for Students
$40 for Recreation Members
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. The price listed per clinic is for the entire semester of classes, not cost per week.
Refunds & Transfers
A refund will be given if the participant cancels by the designated deadline, or, pending available space, participants may transfer to another Instructional Clinic.
Mondays: 5-6 p.m.
Tai Chi uses yang-style 24 form as moving meditation. Tai Chi Chuan offers practitioners techniques useful in 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.
5 - 6 p.m.
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.
Ballet: Fundamentals & Conditioning
5 - 6:30 p.m
This ballet class will be focused on learning and building upon the foundations of ballet and dance, as well as increasing strength, endurance, and flexibility. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced dancers who want to hone their technique and become stronger. The class will feature a barre warm-up, a sequence of stretches, conditioning, as well as combinations in the center and across the floor.
Ballet: Combinations & Variations
This ballet class will focus on implementing and expanding upon the fundamentals of ballet with combinations and choreography. This class will include a warm-up at the barre, followed by combinations in the center and across the floor. Students will also learn excerpts and variations from classical and contemporary ballets, including Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, La Bayadére, and more.
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.
Salsa Casino is Cuban-style salsa. Couples dance in a circle engaging in fun moves and changing partners repeatedly which creates a lively atmosphere. Join us to enjoy the heat and learn some Latin moves!
The Tango Basics Clinic will expose students to social Tango, a Dance form originating in Argentina. Students will learn Technique, Etiquette, Musicality, and Connection. The goal is for students to know enough that they would feel comfortable dancing at a Milonga (Tango dance party).
Flexibility practice for all levels of experience that works with your own unique body alignment. Slow-paced static stretching promotes fascial fitness and builds postural awareness. Great for balancing your more athletic “yang” pursuits.
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
A flowing sequence of postures becomes more challenging as your practice develops. Increases body awareness, strength and flexibility.
Yoga – Self Care Series
February 9 & March 2
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Student Victim Assistance will be partnering with the Georgia State University Recreational Services for a Self-Care Series: Learning How to Heal Through Yoga. During a restorative yoga session, students will learn how yoga can be a healing activity for those who have experienced trauma. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to meet Student Victim Assistance representatives, schedule an appointment with an advocate, and access important campus and community resources for students who have experienced trauma or victimization.