Seattle Center Summer Fitness Starts June 19
Features Free Zumba® Classes and Gentle Yoga
Lunchtime and evening outdoor fitness sessions, free and open to all ages and abilities:
Zumba® Class – Instructor Daniel Santos of Bahia in Motion adds his Brazilian flavor to hypnotic Latin and World rhythms to create a fun and dynamic workout with easy to follow steps. No prior dance experience is necessary. Water, towel, workout clothes, and comfortable sneakers are suggested.
Gentle Yoga – Instructor Terri Dyer of Home Yoga and Wellness Center encourages participants to gently stretch their bodies and breathe stress away while having fun and enjoying lots of fresh air. The class focuses on fluid movements to increase range of motion and joint and muscle flexibility. A yoga mat is required.
WHEN & WHERE:
Zumba® Class: Tuesdays, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m., June 19 – Aug. 21, Fisher Pavilion Rooftop
Gentle Yoga: Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., June 20 – Aug. 22, (excluding July 4) Exhibition Hall Lawn
Seattle Center Summer Fitness celebrates the season with healthy, fun and free outdoor fitness opportunities for neighbors, visitors, and those who work in the area. Come on down and join the fun!
For more information on Summer Fitness and other Seattle Center programming, visit www.seattlecenter.com or call 206.684.7200.
ABOUT SEATTLE CENTER
Since its beginning 50 years ago, Seattle Center has served as a cultural and civic gathering place in the core of our region. In 2012, The Next Fifty at Seattle Center celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1962 World’s Fair and the physical legacy it left. The 74-acre campus exists to delight and inspire the human spirit in each person and bring together our rich and varied community. The 12 million visits to Seattle Center each year generate $1.15 billion in business activity and $387 million in labor income.
Next 50 premier partners include: Bartell Drugs, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Coca-Cola, Grousemont Foundation, Microsoft, Seattle Center Monorail, T-Mobile, TPN (The Production Network) and World Vision. Funding and participating partners include: 206 Inc., 4Culture, City of Seattle, Global Health Nexus, Hill & Knowlton Strategies, KOMO 4 TV, KUOW 94.9 Public Radio, One to the World, Safeco Insurance: A Liberty Mutual Company, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Sheraton Seattle Hotel and Washington Economic Development Commission.