Speed date with fitness to find your match

The Penticton Rec Centre is offering Find Your Fitness Match for programs

Fitness “speed dating” coming to Penticton Community Centre Find Your Fitness Match allows users to try variety of programs quickly

Start the new year off right with your perfect match – for recreation.

Are you interested in taking a fitness class but aren’t sure what programs are the right fit for you? Want to try out some options quickly without having to make a commitment?

A type of speed dating approach to recreation arrives on Thursday, Jan . 7 with “Find Your Fitness Match” at the Community Centre, with a variety of instructors on hand to teach 10 to 15-minute sessions on different programs.

Participants can try cardio, yoga, stretching, meditation and dance classes for free, to help them get a feel whether that type of program will work for their individual needs.

Two sessions will be held from 9:15-10:15 a.m. and 6:15-7:15 p.m. Advance registration is required.

Wondering what to get that certain someone? Consider giving the “Gift of Fitness” this holiday season. The Community Centre can provide gift certificates of any value, to help you get fit and be merry.

For more information, contact 250-490-2426 or visit www.penticton.ca/recreation.

 

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