Spending time at a park or walking along the beach can help us recover from the mental and physical impacts of life's stresses. With many of these benefits either closed or enforcing strict social distancing measures, we can still improve our well-being by engaging with everyday nature close to home.
Take advantage of virtual group fitness classes through CSUSM's Campus Recreation! Tune in each week as a new class is uploaded to the website.
PiYo - Tuesday's at 5:00 pm: PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.
Yoga - Wednesday's at 12:00 pm: Break up your day with a relaxing gentle yoga class, or even end your day playing with different poses as you explore your inner self. Experience a variety of postures designed to bring incredible strength, flexibility, and endurance to the body and a sense of stillness to the mind.
Core De Force - Thursday's at 5:00 pm: MMA-inspired workouts designed to slash inches off your waist and sculpt total-body definition.
"Daily Dose of Mindfulness" is an opportunity for all CSUSM community members to experience guided mindfulness practices with a facilitator through Zoom. Practices range from 5 to 20 minutes and include breath meditation, body scan, mindful eating and movement, compassion and other mindful activities.
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