Healthtrax offers a variety of paid programs available to members and non-members. Programs vary by Center. Below is a list of programs offered at most Healthtrax locations. Call the Center or click here for more information.
Pilates is taught one-on-one or in small groups so instructors can tailor a program to each person’s fitness level. Your strength, balance, flexibility and concentration are developed through simple exercises built around the core of your body. Private, semi-private, Mat and Reformer sessions are offered.
Healthtrax Personal Coaching services combine advanced coaching techniques with traditional fitness training to provide optimal health and wellness for people of all ages and levels of fitness. Whether you are just starting an exercise program or looking for overall conditioning, weight management or sport specific training, our fitness professionals will design an integrated, personalized fitness program especially for you. Click here for more information about Personal Coaching and Group Coaching.
Group swim lessons at Healthtrax-Raleigh are taught by trained and experienced instructors. Classes are small to ensure plenty of individual attention and practice time. The objective is to teach people to swim and to be safe in, on and around the water. All levels will include basic water skills and stroke technique as well as introducing a wide range of personal safety skills.
Please visit the following website for more information on swim lessons available: www.aquatots-raleigh.com/
Members and organizations can rent the entire fitness center during off-hours for a post-prom, safe graduation party, family reunion or company outing.
Square Dance Club
We dance the 1st to 4th Tuesday of each month. Dance time is 7: 30 - 9:30 through the summer. In addition to Square Dancing, we have Line Dancing the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Visit www.capitalsquares.org or call Capital Squares Square Dance Club at (919) 782-4828 for more information.
Aikido is a new martial art that has been developed by Morihei Ueshiba. The main purpose of Aikido is to build a strong mind, body and spirit for use in daily life. In addition, Aikido also trains its students to learn to live in harmony with themselves and with one another. Visit www.seibukan-aikido.com or call Seibukan Aikido Dojo at (919) 673-3473 for more information.
Kendo is defined as the way of the sword. Kendo begins and ends with etiquette. A brief description of kendo is "Japanese fencing", but it is much more. Kendo cultivates the mind and spirit as well as strengths the body. It teaches patience and thought, it teaches honor and etiquette. Visit Triangle Kendo & Iaido at www.trianglekendoiaido.org for more information.
Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwon Do is Korean karate and is a martial art that loosely translates to “the way of the hand and foot.” The techniques practiced are strong, fast and powerful teaching mind over body and self-defense. Our no-contact style uses blocks, punches and kicks to disable an opponent. Contact is practiced on a heavy bag, hand targets or when breaking wood. In class, we are always moving and it is a great cardio workout. Open to ages 10 and up. Visit http://www.usatmanc.com or call Mark Moore at (919) 443-1404 for more information.
Ask about other special youth activity programs offered such as scouting badge fulfillment events, theme and birthday parties, story hour, sports camps and leagues, after school programs, etc.
Programs vary by Center. Call the Center or click here for more information on Healthtrax programs.
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