OHI Classes, each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Berger Center
Zoom Number: 967 9942 2442 passcode 573596
Income tax, property tax, sales tax, capital gains tax, kiddie tax, wealth tax, estate tax, corporate tax, city and county tax and the burden of being taxed all take their toil this month. We fret and stew, worry and wonder what we get for our money.
And then there’s exercise. It taxes the body, does it not? What do you get in return? Fitness, positive frame of mind and energy. Like taxes, exercise is for everyone. Monday, Wednesday and Friday exercise class welcomes men and women. (No class on April 29th.) We come for the exercise, we leave with the benefits. “Somehow, after JoRene’s class, I feel energized, enthused, more alive!” says a regular exerciser who comes with his wife. He admits if he doesn’t attend class with her he feels guilty. “Kind of like a slacker.”
Maybe this man should call the wise kids from West Side Elementary school in Healdsburg. Their Hot Line (707-873-7862) has inspired thousands of people who seek pep talks about life. Prompts will guide help you overcome anger, frustration, nervousness, money, poor self-image and failure. From the mouths of babes, comes the motivation for OHI exercise in Oakmont!
Equipment for JoRene’s class: Non-skid mats, TheraBand, 3# hand weights, athletic shoes (supportive but not too grippy,) and a water bottle. Fragrance-Free, please.
Word to the wise: For your safety, good balance and lateral movement are needed for quick aerobic moves. A fall may cause serious injury. Check with your doctor prior to beginning any exercise regimen. Free Fitness Classes are too large to accommodate those who need special supervision. If you have shoulder, back, knee problems, anything that is painful, it is advisable to join a smaller, well-supervised class first, and consult a personal trainer or medical professional to learn modifications that are suitable to your condition. Participants need to use their judgment and body awareness… altering each exercise to prevent injury. Be careful dear ones. Welcome!