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FITNESS ASSESSMENT: Find out where you are and what goals you need to achieve to be healthy and fit. FREE 60 minute assessment by Brandon Bergeron, Personal Trainer. Fitness First. Appt: 477-1237
JAZZERCISE: Fourteen, one hour drop-in classes to choose from. Body sculpting, cardio, or all-purpose classes. $8 week. 126 S. Auburn, Grass Valley. For schedule: 273-5646
JAZZERCISE LITE FOR SENIORS: Enjoy a simpler form of Jazzercise without hopping or jumping. Wednesdays 1:30 p.m. Community Senior Center, Nevada County Fairgrounds. First class free; $8/week. Lynn Maas, Instructor 273-5646
30 MINUTE FITNESS: No men, make-up or mirrors. Strength training and cardiovascular conditioning. Easy, fun and fast. Three-visit-a-week produces results. Curves 477-5027 or 470-8390.
PILATES: Complete program with mat and reformer classes. Private and semi-private training. Regular mat classes FREE to club members or with club guest pass. Gil Olsen. South Yuba Club 470-9100
YOUTH FALL TENNIS-Ages 5-8 Mon & Weds 3-4 pm. Ages 8-14 Mon & Weds 4-6 p.m. High school boys and girls Tuesday and Thursday 5-6 pm. $12 per hour. Ridge Racquet Club 273-8514
WOMEN’S WORKOUT CENTRE: Cardio workout on easily adjustable PACE resistance equipment and elliptical cross-trainers. One FREE week. No obligation. All ages, all fitness levels welcome. Weekdays 6:30 am-7:00 pm, Saturday 8-12. Fast and Fit 273-5862.
KIDS’ RUNNING CLUB: Tuesdays. 6-7 p.m. Nevada Union High School Track. Sponsors: Sierra Trailblazers. Peggy 265-5588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BREAKFAST CLUB/ HAPPY HOUR STRENGTH TRAINING: Build muscle, lose weight, turn back the clock on aging. Fun and social adult setting. No experience necessary. FREE to club members or with club guest pass. Michael Sorensen, South Yuba Club 470-9100
MOMMIE AND ME EXERCISE CLASS: Experience the joy of exercise together! Children ages 2-8. Tuesdays 11:15-55 a.m. Fee $5 per child. Free to members. Michelle Falvey, Instructor. Courthouse Athletic Club 274-3481.
OUTDOOR WALKING: Local trails and streets. Carpool to some trails. Bring
water. Thursdays 7:45-9 a.m. FREE. Instructor: Gayle Lossman. Dogs on leash
welcome. South Yuba Club 470-9100
HIKES WITH LLAMAS: Bring your lunch. Spend the day with gentle, friendly
llama on local trails. Stop for water, grass (for llamas) and lunch for you.
Day hikes. Tuesdays and Saturdays; Wednesdays and Sundays (alternating).2-7
miles. FREE. Highland Llama Trekkers. 273-8105 or email@example.com
YOGA FOR ATHLETES: Improve flexibility and prevent injury. Fridays 5:30-6:45 p.m. First class FREE. Angela Calafiore. Courthouse Athletic Club 3274-3481
FENCING FOR BEGINNERS: Ages 12-125 welcome. Equipment provided. Wear tennis shoes and comfortable clothes. Fee:$55 for 8 weeks. Monday evenings 6:45 p.m. Lynne 273-5807
GETTING STARTED: Learn how/where to begin exercising while safely losing weight and building strength. Self-paced. No experience necessary. Presentation and one week FREE pass. J.T. Patton. Tuesdays, 6 pm South Yuba Club 479-9100
TENNIS INSTRUCTION: Improve strokes, shot selection and court awareness. Fun, fast-paced clinics. $10 for 90 minutes. Tuesday-Saturday 10:30-12:00 a.m. Club Sierra. Instructors: Greg Cicatelli (Tue./Thur.) Joe Benavent (Wed./Fri./Sat.) Questions: 470-0925
AIKIDO BEGINNERS CLASS: Achieve physical fitness, learn practical self-defense, and practice relaxation through stretching and breathing. Children, adults and seniors. Self-determined pace. Wear comfortable clothes. First two visits free. Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45-7 p.m. Mountain Wind Dojo, Nevada City. 470-0433
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