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Adaptive Fitness

Adaptive Fitness Programs at Campus Recreation provide one-on-one personal training for students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Individual programs are designed and implemented to provide safe, fun and effective workouts. Training sessions are 60 minutes long and are conducted either in the Fitness Center or The Fitness Loft. New participants must complete an enrollment packet prior to participation. The number of participants is limited and is dependent upon the availability of Campus Recreation student personal trainers.

Affiliation15 Sessions  30 Sessions
Student $75 $130
Faculty/Staff $110 $200
Alumni/Community $125 $230

For more information about adaptive fitness, please contact Louie Morphew at Lmorphe1@msudenver.edu or stop by room 108 in the PE Building.

 

Personal Training Student Scholarship - Fall 2019

One Auraria campus student who identifies as having a permanent disability and is registered to attend MSU Denver, University of Colorado Denver or Community College of Denver during the Fall 2019 semester will be awarded a personal training scholarship. The awardee will get free adaptive fitness personal training once a week starting the week of September 16-November 22.  Application deadline is September 6 and the winner will be selected by September 13. For more information or to inquire about the application process please contact Louie Morphew at Lmorphe1@msudenver.edu.
October 2–December 4
Wednesdays 3:30–4:30 p.m.
 
Location: PE Building 111G
Cost:  Free for Campus Recreation members
Instructor:  Gabby Robinson

"Gabby began her Yoga journey as a college student in 2006. She received her 200-hour certification from Kindness Yoga in 2015 and encourages people to explore something new on their mat each class, whether it's attempting a pose they haven't before or finding a new sensation in their bodies. Gabby's nurturing energy will guide practitioners through any challenges they face while confronting the unfamiliar during a deep strengthening or stretching practice."

Class Description:  "Inclusive yoga is a well-balanced class incorporating flexibility, strength, breathing, and meditation. Modifications are suggested so that participants can adapt poses to what they want to get out of yoga, whether they wish to stretch, increase body-awareness, work hard, or just breathe!"

Please contact Louie Morphew at Lmorphe1@msudenver.edu to register for the program.

 

 

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