Classes available through Auburn Recreation and Culture
AUBURN - The Recreation and Culture program has put together three classes that are available this spring.
Pop Pilates is a 55 minute Pilates inspired class that goes along to the beat of the music also known as a dance on the mat. Using only your body weight you will work your core, upper body, lower body, cardio and stretching for flexibility. All movements have modifications, which makes this class inclusive to all fitness levels. The class is ongoing now on Mondays and Thursdays outside at Dr. Arthur and Dr. Martha Pappas Recreation Complex at Riley performance pavilion at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $8 drop in, checks, payable to Town of Auburn. Please bring a mat and water. Pre-registration is required and payment info contact [email protected], 508-832-7736 or 508-755-3291.
Yoga weekday mornings starting April 27, Tuesdays and Fridays 9:30– 10:30 a.m. at the Dr. Arthur and Dr. Martha Pappas Recreation Complex, 203.5 Pakachoag Street. Five weeks, two classes a week $50 or drop in $8, pre registration required. Please email or call [email protected], 508-755-3291.
Lesley Davis has been a certified yoga instructor for over six years and has been practicing for the past 15. She most recently taught at Auburn Yoga and Pilates and currently teaches at Whitinsville Community Center. Class will be suitable for all levels, whether you are new to yoga or have been practicing for a while. Bring a mat and some water, and a desire to move.
Auburn Recreation and Culture is excited to offer Zumba which started on April 7, held on Wednesdays, 5:30– 6:30 p.m. at the Dr. Arthur and Dr. Martha Pappas Recreation Complex, 203.5 Pakachoag Street.
Drop in $8, pre registration required. Please email or call [email protected] /508-755-3291.
Instructor is Amy LeClaire. Amy has been teaching Zumba for the town of Auburn (Impact Fitness and Auburn Recreation Department) since 2018. Her classes boast a range of ages and fitness levels, and are marked by numerous years of dance experience (Sally McDermott Dance Studios of Auburn), innovative fitness routines, and extensive education. She holds a Masters of Education in Creative Arts from Lesley University, where she specialized in choreography and Creative Movement. Whether trying Amy’s Zumba class as a first-timer or working out as a veteran student; members typically leave class feeling energized, fit, and successful. Amy also works as a professional writer for the Yankee Xpress / Blackstone Valley Xpress publications, where she authors the widely read dog column, Living with Lincoln, along with promotional and human-interest stories. Amy has her BS in Ed -Elementary Education MS in Ed – Curriculum and Instruction: Creative Arts in Learning.