FILL UP ON ENERGY WITH THE ACFSJ!

How to register
1) Click on the image of the activity you’re interested in.
2) If you have any questions, contact us at 709-726-4900 or [email protected]

To motivate, develop or simply have fun, the ACFSJ offers recreational courses adapted to your needs throughout the year. Our adult courses (16 years and older) are based on the development and well-being of the individual. Whether you are a specialist, an amateur or a professional, our recreational courses allow you to discover or rediscover different universes such as: Yoga, Tai-chi, African dance and much more with professionals and enthusiasts of well-being.

This season we offer you :

Yoga
Date: January 16th to March 20thDays: every Monday
Time: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pmNumber of Sessions: 10
Teacher: Cindy Far Out FitnessLevel: Yoga for all levels
Number of participants: Min 6 participantsLocation: Centre des Grands-Vents Theatre
Price : $45 non member – $40 senior – $35 member

What is it?

Written by Julie Akasha, yogist in collaboration with medoucine.com, the network of tested and validated alternative therapists. July 2017 Yoga is the practice of a set of postures and breathing exercises that aims to bring physical and mental well-being. This ancient art of living as explained in the texts reveals itself as an initiatory path that transcends physical discipline. The first references to yoga can be found in the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, written about 200 years before our era. In this work we understand the basis of the philosophy of yoga and its possible application in all spheres of our lives.
Source: Health Passport ( read more )

Date: January 18th to March 29th (25th of January will be skipped)Days: every Wednesday
Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pmNumber of Sessions: 10
Teacher: Marcella CormierLevel: Zumba for all levels
Number of participants: Min 6 participantsLocation: Centre des Grands-Vents gymnasium
Price : $45 non member – $40 senior – $35 member

What is Zumba?
A hybrid between dance and aerobics, Zumba combines the face movements of both into an all-muscle workout set to Latin music. The reason for its success is that it is very playful. The participants are carried away by the music and the choreography, forgetting that they are doing an intense workout.
Source :Zumba fever

Date: January 17th to March 21stDays: every Tuesday
Time: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pmNumber of Sessions: 10
Teacher: JuanLevel: Salsa for all levels
Number of participants: min 6 participants Location: Centre des Grands-Vents gymnasium
Price : $45 non member – $40 senior – $35 member

What is Salsa?
It is generally danced in couples but also alone, giving free rein to improvisation. It appeared in the Hispanic areas of New York in the early 50s and 60s and was a great success. In the 1970s, it became a real craze throughout the United States. It was exported to Europe and the rest of the world in the 1990s, and enjoyed the same success. The dance is based on the fundamentals of son, mambo and other rhythmic movements, in order to create a common way of dancing. The term “salsero” is used for the dancer and “salsera” for the dancer
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For information and registration [email protected] or 709-726-4900

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