Join us this Saturday, September 19 for a morning of health and wellness! In addition to the usual healthy produce and other offerings from our vendors, experts will be on hand to give demonstrations and answer questions, free fitness classes will be offered throughout the morning and fantastic prizes await market shoppers. See below for complete details and fitness class locations and requirements (e.g. bring your yoga mat!).
Free Fitness Class Schedule
All scheduled activities are free of charge. Please see below for important details.
7:00am: Bootcamp with Cheverly Fitness Bootcamp / Town Gym
Please note this is prior to market opening.
Ages: all ages and fitness levels
Bring: yoga mat and water
Wear: comfortable clothing and shoes with good support
8:00am: Yoga with Kelly Fisher / 50 minutes / Basketball Court
Ages: 12 and up
Bring: yoga mat if you have one
Wear: comfortable clothes
9:00am: Bootcamp by Boz-Wellness (arrive five minutes early)
Ages: 18 or over, 16 with written parental consent
Bring: Dumbbells (between 8lb-20lb depending on strength level), water and a yoga mat; gloves are optional as certain exercises are on the ground
Wear: Comfortable exercise clothes
10:00am: Meditation with Kelly Fisher / 30 minutes / Tennis Court
Bring: something for to sit on -- a cushion or small meditation bench is good
10:30am: Kids' fitness demonstration with Anna Smith
Pay a visit to our sponsor, Dimensions Healthcare System!
8:00am-12:00pm: Stop by the Dimensions table to get information about their programs and services, ask questions, and receive one of their nifty give-aways.
Special: Kids' Nutrition
10:00am-12:00pm: Please stop by the Dimensions demonstration table during this timeframe to learn from their nutritionist about healthy snack options for kids and adults. Free samples will be provided.
Cheverly Community Market Time and Location
The Market takes place every other Saturday throughout the season -- plus two special annual Market events -- from 8:00am until noon.
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