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PROGRAMS

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Healthy Choices at Sarah Heinz House

HEALTHY CHOICES

Options include Gym classes, Fitness classes, Starter/Prep Fitness, Junior/Intermediate Fitness, Middle/Senior Fitness, and Sports Leagues.

 

Questions? Please contact Yasir Al Salih alsalih@sarahheinzhouse.org

AVAILABLE SESSIONS

Gym Classes: FREE

  • Starter: 1st-2nd 

  • Prep: 3rd-4th 

  • Junior: 5th-6th 

  • Intermediate: 7th-8th 

  • Middler/senior: 9th-12th 

  • Description: Free weekly class designed to introduce members to a wide variety of physical activities while teaching skills, sportsmanship, and teambuilding.

  • This program ensure that all members can be exposed to our vision of teaching them the value of a healthy lifestyle.

 
Fitness Classes: FEE $25

  • Find Your Power

  • Wednesdays 7:30-8:30 pm

  • Thursdays 5:30-6:30 pm

  • 5th and up

  • Description: Members will have an opportunity to use our weightlifting center with an experienced gym and training staff. Members will learn basic weightlifting safety, proper body mechanics for lifting, and strive toward personal goals with their own individualized exercise programming. 

 
Starter/Prep Fitness: FEE $25

  • Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 pm

  • 1st-4th grades

  • This course is designed to introduce elementary aged members to the benefits of daily movement. The class will explore different modalities of exercise throughout the entire semester. Examples of units include but are not limited to beginner weightlifting, proper body mechanics and lifting safety, circuit training, yoga, Pilates, and HIIT.

 
Little Dribbler Basketball Program: FEE $60

  • Tuesdays 5:00-5:45 pm

  • Preschool – 1st grade

  • Focusing on fundamentals of dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, and basketball terminology.

 
Junior/Intermediate Fitness: FEE $25

  • Fridays 5:30-6:30 pm

  • 5th-8th grades

  • This course is designed to introduce middle school members to the benefits of daily movement. The class will explore different modalities of exercise throughout the entire semester. Some of these exercise modalities include but are not limited to weightlifting, yoga, pilates, HIIT, and circuit training

 
Open Programs: FREE

  • Mondays thru Fridays 3:00-9:00 pm

  • Open gym is free unstructured supervised activity time where the gymnasium is available to members to play pick-up sports such as basketball or volleyball, participate in fitness stations, run laps, etc.  

 
Prep Gym/Swim: FREE

  • Mondays 5:30-7:00 pm

  • 3rd-4th grades

  • Structed class, 1 hour in gym and 30 minutes in the pool

 
Junior Gym/Swim: FREE

  • Thursdays 5:30-7:00 pm

  • 5th-6th grades

  • Structed class, 1 hour in gym and 30 minutes in the pool

 

Starter Gym/Swim: FREE

  • Fridays 5:30-7:00 pm

  • 1st- 2nd grades

  • Structed class, 1 hour in gym and 30 minutes in the pool

 

Intermediate/Middler/Senior Gym: FREE

  • Thursdays 7:30-8:30 pm

  • 9th-12th grades

  • Structed gym class

 

Cooking (Juniors and Up): FEE $60

  • Mondays 6:00-7:00 pm

  • Students from grades 5th to 12th will learn how to cook nutritious meals that they can share with their families and friends. These cooking lessons will help students develop valuable life skills and the tools necessary to make informed food choices and therefore maintain a healthier lifestyle. 

 
Cooking (Starters and Preps): FEE $60

  • Thursdays 7:00-8:00 pm

  • Students from grades 1st to 4th will learn how to cook nutritious meals that they can share with their families and friends. These cooking lessons will help students develop valuable life skills and the tools necessary to make informed food choices and therefore maintain a healthier lifestyle. 

 
Martial Arts 1: FEE $120

  • Wednesdays 6:30-7:15 pm

  • Members will be instructed and participate in an integrated program of martial arts including elements from Karate, Kung Fu, Xingyi, Self-Defense and Sparring fundamentals taught by black belt qualified volunteer instructors.

  • Students progress at beginner’s white belt level up to and beyond a black belt with testing occurring at the end of each semester. To pass rank, the student must take a written test, a physical performance test, spar with their peers and break at least one board equivalent in thickness and difficulty proportional to their testing rank.

 

Martial Arts 2: FEE $120 

  • Wednesdays 7:30-8:15 pm

  • Members will be instructed and participate in an integrated program of martial arts including elements from Karate, Kung Fu, Xingyi, Self-Defense and Sparring fundamentals taught by black belt qualified volunteer instructors.

  • Students progress at beginner’s white belt level up to and beyond a black belt with testing occurring at the end of each semester. To pass rank, the student must take a written test, a physical performance test, spar with their peers and break at least one board equivalent in thickness and difficulty proportional to their testing rank.

 
Calm Corner: FREE

  • Thursdays 6:00-7:00 pm

  • 1st-4th grades

  • The Calm Corner program offers a fun and engaging way for members to develop and practice the social-emotional skills needed to manage challenges and succeed in school, Sarah Heinz House, life. Social-emotional competence is a foundation for school and social success.

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