1 Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus Non-Credit Recreation Classes Spring 2015 To Register for class call: (216) For additional course information call the Recreation Office: Richmond Road Highland Hills, OH East Student Services, ESS
2 Class Schedule Golf Anyone? (7 Weeks) ZRCE 1000 CRN# 42330, Fee: $90, Wednesdays, 6:00-7:30pm, 3/25-5/6, ESS 2510 Balls at the driving range are an added expense to be covered by the Student-$6 to $8 per class for a small or large bucket of balls. The first couple of classes will be held at the Eastern Campus. The remainder of the classes will be held outdoors rain or shine, at the instructor s discretion. Class will include instruction on the fundamentals of the swing and the physical skills involved in the game. Rules and etiquette will also be addressed. Space is limited, so register today! Golf Advanced (7 Weeks) ZRCE 1033 CRN# 42331, Fee: $90, Wednesdays, 7:30-9pm, 3/25-5/6, ESS 2510 Balls at the driving range are an added expense to be covered by the Student-$6 to $8 per class for a small or large bucket of balls. The first couple of classes will be held at the Eastern Campus. The remainder of the classes will be held outdoors rain or shine, at the instructor s discretion. This class will emphasize a high level of proficiency in skill performance. Instruction will be on individual basis directed toward improvement of the golf swing. Space is limited, so register today! Advanced Tennis ZRCE 1019 CRN# 41112, Fee: $100, Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm, 1/26-4/20, ESS 1500 Gym Advanced Tennis is perfect for players with a knowledge of the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead and serves. Basic strategies and tactics will be taught. Space is limited, so register today! Advanced Tennis (9 Weeks) ZRCE 1119 CRN# 42333, Fee: $75, Wednesdays, 6:30 to 8:30pm, 2/25 4/29 ESS 1500 Gym CRN# 42334, Fee: $75, Saturdays, 12 to 2pm, 2/28 5/2, ESS 1500 Gym Advanced Tennis is perfect for players with a knowledge of the forehand, backhand, volley, overhead and serves. Basic strategies and tactics will be taught. Space is limited, so register today!
3 Tai Chi *Now offering two sections* ZRCE 1116 CRN# 42312, Fee: $100, Mon. & Wed., 10-10:50am, 1/21-4/20, ESS 2520 CRN# 42311, Fee: $100, Mon. & Wed., 12-12:50pm, 1/21-4/20, ESS 2520 Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art approximately 1,000 years old. It will be taught as an exercise that promotes whole body health. It consists of a series of slow, graceful movements that combine into what is known as the form. People of all ages can benefit from daily practice. Qigong ZRCE 1030 CRN# 42310, Fee: $100, Mon. & Wed., 11-11:50pm, 1/21-4/20, ESS 2520 Qigong (Chi Kung) consists of self healing techniques that were developed in China thousands of years ago. These healing practices combine the use of breathing, sound, movement and mind which, when practiced daily, may prevent illness, strengthen organs and help one regain vitality after an illness. Pilates ZRCE 1115 CRN#42307, Fee: $100, Mon. & Wed., 5:20-6:20pm, 1/21-4/20, ESS 1501 Based on the work of Joseph H. Pilates, this class develops the core abdominal and trunk muscles. The benefits include strengthening the body s core support, developing long, lean muscles and improving flexibility. When a body secures balance, there is less strain on muscles when an individual is moving through normal daily activities. In this way, Pilates practice can prevent injuries from occurring. This class is appropriate for individuals at all levels of fitness.
4 Intro to Weight & Cardio Training ZRCE 1103 CRN# 42319, Fee: $100, Tuesdays & Thurs, 12:30-1:25 pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 2524 Become familiar with Tri-C East s weight room and equipment. This class will provide an introduction to techniques, principles and benefits of a personal conditioning program including: cardiovascular fitness and muscle endurance training. This class will help those who would like to start an exercise program using both cardio equipment and weight training machines. Participants will learn how to set goals and develop a workout/cardio program. Musclerobics ZRCE 1114 CRN# 42308, Fee: $100, Tues. & Thur., 5:15-6:15pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 2524 Musclerobics is a full-body cardio conditioning workout that involves building strength, a range of movement, flexibility and muscle endurance in our new state of the art fitness center. The program includes interval and circuit training. The equipment used includes power bands, flex-tubes, free-weights, workout machines and each individual s own body weight. The workout runs 30 to 45 minutes, consisting of warm-up, workout, cool-down and stretches.
5 Archery ZRCE 1120 CRN# 42309, Fee: $100, Tues. & Thurs pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 1500 Have you been reading Hunger Games or Game of Thrones or do you just want to learn archery? Then we ve got the class for you. No prior experience necessary. We supply all equipment and will go over safety procedures. Chicago Style Steppin Dance ZRCE 1117 CRN#42313, Fee: $85, Monday, 6:30-8:30pm, 1/26-4/20, ESS 1501 CRN# 42314, Fee: $85, Tuesday, 6:30-8:30pm, 1/20-4/14, ESS 1501 CRN# 42315, Fee: $85, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm, 1/21-4/15, ESS 1501 This eloquent dance will help you put a sway in your body, glide in your stride and a pep in your step, learning basic and advance fundamental steps with or without a partner such as basic and advance foot work, spins, structure, lane etiquette, new and old school choreographed coupled and trio dance moves with an added bonus of several Chicago Style ballroom walks. Sizzling Salsa ZRCE 1099 CRN# 42316, Fee: $85, Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm, 1/22-4/16, Room: ESS 1501 Salsa is a vibrant, energetic rhythmical dance. This class starts with the basics, including footwork, partnering, and stretching. The first half of the class includes warm-up, which is based on stretching, isolations, and footwork; the second half includes partnering and dancing. Proper attire is non-restrictive clothing or yoga clothes and non-gripping sneakers or dance shoes. Bring a water bottle and a sassy attitude.
6 Aqua Aerobics ZRCE 1110 CRN# 42322, Fee: $140, Mon. & Wed., 5-5:50pm, 1/21-4/20, ESS 1520 Pool CRN# 42324, Fee: $140, Tues. & Thur., 9-9:50am, 1/20-4/16, ESS 1520 Pool Aqua Aerobics will help shape and tone your body as well as keep your heart rate up without punishing your joints and bones. Although this course will use both deep and shallow water, you do not need to know how to swim. Water Walking/Aqua Zen ZRCE 1123 CRN# 42323, Fee: $140, Mon. & Wed., 6-6:50pm, 1/21-4/20, ESS 1520 Pool We re mixing it up in the pool. Join us for this brand new class that will combine exercise and relaxation! Enjoy an exhilarating water walking class that will conclude with Ai Chi, a water-based total body strengthening and relaxation progression that bridges Tai-chi and Qi Gong. High Impact Aqua Aerobics ZRCE 1107 CRN# 42328, Fee: $195, Mon, Wed & Fri., 10:30-11:20 am, 1/21-4/20, ESS 1520 Pool You do not need to know how to swim to take this class. Aqua Boot Camp is a high intensity workout that combines cardiovascular, strength, abdominal, and aerobic training. This class emphasizes agility, strength and speed to create a highly intense athletic workout in the pool and on the deck.
7 Adult Learn To Swim ZRCE 1109 CRN# 42318, Fee: $140, Tues. & Thurs., 6-6:50 pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 1520 Pool Adult Learn To Swim is designed for people with little or no water experience. Class will help to provide an understanding of the basic skills required for swimming such as floating, kicking and breathing. The goal of this course is to get non-swimmers over their water fears, and swim at least half a lap using a proficient freestyle and or backstroke by the end of the course. Low Impact Aqua Aerobics ZRCE 1087 CRN# 42317, Fee: $140, Tues. & Thurs., 5-5:50 pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 1520 Pool Aqua Aerobics will help shape and tone your body as well as keep your heart rate up without punishing your joints and bones. You do not need to know how to swim to take this course.
8 Aqua Bootcamp ZRCE 1087 CRN# 42321, Fee: $140, T & Th, 7-7:50pm, 1/20-4/16, ESS 1520 Pool You do not need to know how to swim to take this class. Aqua Boot Camp is a high intensity workout that combines cardiovascular, strength, abdominal, and aerobic training. This class emphasizes agility, strength and speed to create a highly intense athletic workout in the pool and on the deck. Rhythm & Stroke ZRCE 1129 CRN# 42320, Fee: $140, M & W, 7-7:50pm, 1/21-4/20, Room: ESS 1520 Pool Come get a taste of what you've been missing. Let Andre' put the rhythm back in your stroke. Rhythm and Stroke is a multidimensional water workout combining rhythmic body and swimming movements with aerobics intensity. Work the water, move with purpose, Rhythm and Stroke is for you. Learn proper breathing technique and effective swimming drills. Must know basic swimming fundamentals. Adult Learn to Swim ZRCE 1064 CRN# 42326, Fee: $70, Saturdays, 10:35-11:30am 1/24-4/18, ESS 1520 Pool Adult Learn To Swim is designed for people with little or no water experience. Class will help to provide an understanding of the basic skills required for swimming such as floating, kicking and breathing. The goal of this course is to get non-swimmers over their water fears, and swim at least half a lap using a proficient freestyle and or backstroke by the end of the course. Aquasize ZRCE 1113 CRN# 42327, Fee: $70, Saturday, 11:35-12:30pm, 1/24-4/18, ESS 1520 Pool Aquasize will help shape and tone your body as well as keep your heart rate up without punishing your joints and bones. Although this course will use both deep and shallow water, you do not need to know how to swim.
9 Mommy & Me ZRCE 1112 CRN# 42325, Fee: $40, Saturday, 10-10:30am, 1/24-4/18, Room: ESS 1520 Pool Dads are welcome too, or even both parents...we just liked the name! For children 6 months to 5 years old. Parents are required to be in the water with their children (one adult per child). This class will allow your child to become familiar with water, expend energy, and bond with parents. This is not learn to swim, it is a time to have fun learning with your child in the water through songs, motion and exercise. Example of class: 5 minutes entering pool and independent warm up, 20 minutes instructor lead activity, 5 minute independent cool down. Aqua Flexercise ZRCE 1124 CRN# 42329, Fee: $40, Days: You pick! Time: Any 8 classes! All classes are in ESS 1520 Pool Having trouble picking just one class? No need to worry, just sign up for Aqua Flexercise! Once you register for the course stop into the Recreation office (ESS 1521) or see a lifeguard to get your Flexercise course record. When attending class you must arrive on time and present your course record and MyTri-C ID to the lifeguard on duty or instructor. You ll be able to drop into any of the classes listed below up to 8 times. Aqua Aerobics : Mondays & Wednesdays 5-5:50pm Aqua Aerobics : Tuesdays & Thursdays 9-9:50am Water Walking Aqua Zen: Mondays & Wednesdays 6-6:50pm High Impact Aqua Aerobics : M, W, & F 12-12:50pm Aqua Bootcamp : Tuesdays & Thursdays 7-7:50pm Aquasize: Saturdays 11:35-12:30pm Low Impact Aqua Aerobics: T & Th 5:50pm See class descriptions for more details and dates. We cannot be responsible for lost course record cards.
10 New Recreation Department Guest Card! Community members may purchase Guest Cards to gain entry to the Recreation Facilities. A fee of $5 will be deducted per visit for use of the pool and fitness center. If you plan on taking advantage of both facilities, make sure you tell the Fitness Center attendant or Lifeguard on duty prior to leaving the facility where you paid. What is the Guest Card? The Guest Card allows community members not enrolled in classes and, who do not have a student, faculty or staff My Tri-C ID card, to add funds to their Guest Card to gain entrance to the Recreation Department s Pool or Fitness Center. How do I get a card? Cards may be obtained from either the Enrollment Office or the Cash Loading Station conveniently located near the campus ATM station on the first floor of the Student Services Building around the corner from Public Safety. Will the Guest Card cost me anything? There is a one-time $1 fee for the Guest Card. This card is reusable so do not discard them once your funds run out; simply reload your card with more money. If you are not currently enrolled at Tri-C, but have a MyTri-C Card from previous enrollment, you can load funds onto that card without purchasing the Guest Card. Other cash loading cards such as the Massage Therapy card will also work as a guest card. If you are not a currently enrolled student, $5 will be deducted from your card for each visit. How do I add money to my Guest Card? Funds can be loaded onto the card by one of three ways: 1. At the Cash Loading Station follow the instruction posted above the machine for loading cash. Do not load it under Dining Dollars 2. At the Online Card Office, (link to this site can be found at 3. At the campus Enrollment Center (hours)? What if I lose my Guest Card? When funds are loaded onto your Guest Card, it is like losing a gift card. We cannot refund money for a lost card. If you do happen to lose your card, you are able to log on to the Online Card Office to suspend your card (you will need to know the guest card number or have an account already set up for the card). Cards found on campus will be turned in to the Enrollment Center, if you know your Guest Card number you can check with them to see if it was turned in.
11 Cuyahoga Community College Cancellation & Refund Policy Cancellations: You will be contacted by the Recreation Department if a class has been cancelled. Please make certain that, when registering, you include your current phone number or address. Refunds: Please contact the Eastern Campus Recreation Department at (216) or Continuing Education Department at (216) if you wish to withdraw from a class. You will receive a 100% refund if the college cancels a course or you withdraw one or more weeks before the class starts. An 80% refund applies if you withdraw after the first class and before the second class. No refund applies after the second class session. Parking Policy! Starting Fall 2012, the College will implement a new Campus Security and Maintenance Fee for all students registered for classes. This fee will replace the current student hangtag system. Below is the tiered fee structure based on credit hours charged: 1-3 credit hours (no fee) 4-11 credit hours ($40.00) 12+ credit hours ($60.00) Program 60 Admission Through program 60, residents of Ohio aged 60 and older may register for regularly scheduled credit and non-credit classes on a non-credit, tuition-free, space-available basis.
Cuyahoga Community College Western Campus Non-Credit Recreation Classes W Spring 2016 Non-Credit Recreation Classes Non-Credit Registration: 216-987-3075 Recreation Office: 216-987-5456 Campus Fit Line:
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