Faculty Staff Group Exercise
Student Recreation and Wellness Center Faculty/Staff Group Exercise
The Division of Human Resources, in collaboration with Recreational Services, is pleased to offer the following sessions. A Student Recreation and Wellness Center membership is not required to attend and there is no cost to Kent State University employees. Pre-registration is required. Visit the Employee Wellness events calendar to register.
Join SRWC Instructors, each Monday Through Thursday for In-person and Virtual via zoom fitness classes. For information and to register, please click here to see the Employee Wellness Calendar of Events
- Mondays - Total Body Toning (12:15—1:00 pm) virtual and in-person. This workout will focus on body weight exercises, so no equipment is required, and all fitness levels are welcome. All you need is comfortable clothing and a bottle of water. If you are joining remotely you may also choose to utilize a couch/chair, throw pillow and a towel, but these items are optional.
- Tuesdays - Rejuvenate yourself with Lunchtime Yoga (12:15 - 1:00 pm) virtual and in-person. This class will focus on awareness of breath and the connection between breath and movement. We will awaken the mind and energize the body while learning alignment. The class will begin and end with relaxation. This practice is open-minded and free of judgment. Requests are always welcome!
- Wednesdays - Office Express Workout (12:15 - 12:45 pm) virtual and in-person. Limited on time, space, or equipment to exercise during your workday? No problem! Stay active and energized both physically and mentally with this 30-minute, office friendly workout that focuses on strength, cardio and flexibility without the need for additional equipment or space. Easily modifiable for anyone; all levels of fitness are welcome!
- Thursday - Spinning (12:15 - 1:00 pm) in-person only. Spinning is an indoor stationary cycling class that focuses on improving your cardiovascular and muscular fitness with biking on simulated flat roads, hills and jumps, followed by off-the-bike strength training and core exercises.