Roller Class in the Park!

  • Tuesday, September 15, 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
  • Flanders Park. See directions in event description.
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Cycling Fitness event

Coordinator:  Maria Saley for Tara McKay

Tara McKay, who is a highly qualified fitness trainer and member of EVCC, has generously offered to do a couple of roller classes in the park!

Tara is a Certified Personal Fitness Trainer under the professional and insurance covered affiliation called CSEP, Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. She also has Alberta Fitness and Leadership Certification, First Aid, and CPR along with training in fascia release. 

Here is her message with details on this event: 

With all the cycling and other activities we do it is very important to stretch and ideally "roll" after your event, so this class will teach you roller release exercises for both lower and upper body.
Here are the items that are "absolutely" required:
1. Roller, full length, so 3 feet long.
2. Yoga mat. We will be on the grass so you need a reasonably firm surface underneath you (ie yoga mat) to roll smoothly. A towel will not work as it will not allow the roller to roll effectively.
3. No shoulder, back, or abdominal injuries or soreness as we will be in the "plank" position often.
4. A Big Smile!
Maximum class, 6 people to allow physical distancing.
To access Flander's Park, turn East of Crowchild Trail at the Flander's Park exit. You will travel east down a hill with the Park in view after 1 block. Parking is available street side next to the playground at the Park and we will be on the grass adjacent to it.
I look forward to seeing you so let's hope for good weather!
Yours in Fitness and Wellness,
Tara McKay

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