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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Jun 06, 2015-|
Jul 18, 2015
08:30AM - 11:00AM
|Hiking for Fitness|
2400 London Ranch Road Glen Ellen, CA
Hiking For Fitness Program at
Series runs June through July
Sonoma (May 2015)…A new “Hiking for Fitness” program at Jack London State Historic Park offers a series of six classes designed to promote fitness and fun–learning the basics of hiking, how to get the most from your hike with tips from REI, employing yoga and mindfulness to enhance the experience all as part of a lively friendly group. Each week classes will increase in length and difficulty for the guided hike until at concluding hike celebration at the top of the summit. Participants can sign up for one or several classes to fit schedules or the entire six-week series.
Schedule for “Hiking for Fitness” program:
June 6 Introduction and series overview followed by a Hiking Basics presentation by REI and then an easy guided hike by Park naturalist Deborah Large
June 13 Stretching with Conci Mack and guided hike
June 20 Yoga with Dawn Justice (a certified yoga instructor teaching at the Fountaingrove Golf and Athletic Club, Parkpoint Health Club and the Airport Health Club). Followed by a guided hike.
and guided hike
June 27 Guided hike with Marcy Hofeditz
July 11 Mindfulness Hike with Jeff Falconer
July 18 Hike to the summit
All sessions are from 8:30 to 11:00 am
WHERE: 2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen. Meet in the ranch parking lot.
Note: Hikes will be on uneven terrain with varying degrees of elevation gain and loss. You may want to consult a physician before starting this series of hikes.
Class sizes are limited.
Cost: Each hike costs $15 or $75 for all six classes, (prices include parking).
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