Yoga & Kettlebells at Mary Hayes Barber Holmes Park
Pittsboro Parks supports a new Pittsboro business venture and helps provide great programming to the community. Yoga and Kettlebell fitness classes will now be offered outdoors at our beautiful Mary Holmes Park. Classes will begin September 19th.
A word from the instructors:
Certified fitness trainers Jill and Marcus Thompson are offering morning and evening Yoga and Kettlebell Pump classes at the Mary Hayes Barber Holmes Park in Pittsboro starting this September. The year-old park is one of the newest additions to the common grounds in Pittsboro. There is a 1/3 mile paved trail leading around a central green area designed with natural rock and stone wall formations, a playground incorporating logs from trees, and other scenic "green" landscaping. Fitness classes are offered outdoors, so students can enjoy the sights and sounds of nature, while also benefiting from a healthy dose of fresh air.
Kettlebell Pump is a fun and unique way to get into awesome shape! Beginners to advanced students love kettlebells because the workout tones the body, boosts the metabolism and gets the heart pumping. Each class is different and students learn a variety of techniques that are put together into an aerobic routine set to music. Kettlebells are provided to the students each class; ranging in size between 5-15lbs. The class schedule is Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 pm, starting September 20th. Only $10 per class!
Yoga helps students improve flexibility, circulation, strength and endurance, and is a great way to teach people how to relax physically and mentally; reducing symptoms of stress and improving ones state of mind. This time tested system for self-improvement introduces students to a path that leads to better health. Class schedule is Tuesday and Thursdays, 9-10 a.m. and Mondays from 5:30- 6:30 p.m., starting September 19th. Only $10 per class!
Both classes incorporate functional fitness- techniques and exercises that help students improve physical performance in real life activities; such as, carrying bulky groceries, moving furniture, climbing stairs and chasing after small children. For more information or to register call 919-397-7532 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit us at