Looking for other ways to stay in shape? Specialty programs are a great way to commit to a workout in a small, intimate group! The classes on this page require pre-registration, and are open and appeal to a wide array of audiences.
Body Therapy Workshop - Featuring Yamuna® Body Rolling
Join us for a unique wellness workout featuring Yamuna® Body Rolling that will nourish and realign your body. Participants will learn techniques to help alleviate tension throughout the body, and leave feeling relaxed and refreshed!
Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Cost: Members $50 / Non-members $60 (Yamuna® ball included for at home use)
MindBody Lawn Series
We’re shaking it up this season and hosting a mini outdoor
yoga series. Classes will be taught by Rec Center Mind & Body instructors
and are accommodating to all skill levels, from curious beginner to advanced
yogi. You are encouraged to bring a mat or towel, water and clothes you can
move in! No registration required, just show up ready to relax, release
Dates: The third Wednesday of each month - 9/21, 10/19 & 11/16
Location: Lawn in front of Brochstein Pavilion
Attendees: Rice Community
event of rain, please check our website for last minute postings regarding
location and/or cancellations
The Alexander Technique is a
mind/body educational process where people learn how to move with
more ease and efficiency. In individual lessons, the teacher helps
the student to gain greater kinesthetic awareness through a gentle
hands-on touch. This, in conjunction with directed conscious
thinking, guides the student into a state of more supported ease
and balance. With time and practice, students can learn to let go
of accumulated patterns of tension as they move through daily
What Can the Alexander Technique Do for You?
- Increase comfort with daily activities, such as gardening,
cooking, exercising, playing a musical instrument.
- Reduce performance anxiety for people who work in the arts or
give presentations to groups.
- Alleviate mental and physical discomfort at work caused by
stress and working on the computer.
- Provide tools to develop a more positive outlook on life.
Days: Tuesdays - September 6 - October 18. (There will be no class on October 11)
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Dance Theater
Instructors: Janet Rarick and Benjamin Kamins
Cost: Student Member $65/ Non Student Member $70/ Non-Member $75