Spring & Summer Programs 2017

ADULT CLASSES

Spring Vinyasa Flow Yoga Series
(Instructor: Melissa Jo Knepper)
Join Melissa Jo Knepper, RTY200, beginning on Thursday, January 12, for yoga classes crafted to invigorate the body, inspire the mind and assist your spirit in finding peace and tranquility.  Melissa will be offering a ten-week series of Vinyasa Flow Yoga Classes on Thursdays starting March 23 – May 25. Classes will vary each week but will be focused on connecting your breath to movement, gentle warm up asanas (postures), invigorating flow, long holds, inversions, balance work, and relaxation. This yoga class is suitable for beginners and current students looking for an outlet to remove the stress from their lives and come into balance while still getting a invigorating workout.  Melissa Jo Knepper took her first yoga class in 1995 and realized that by practicing yoga she would gain the knowledge to change her life. Melissa has been teaching Vinyasa yoga since August of 2013 and became Registered Yoga Alliance Instructor at the RYT200 level.  Make plans to join Melissa on Thursdays to experience the journey of yoga…come relax and renew!  Please bring a yoga mat, block, strap, blanket, bottle of water (if you have these available) and wear comfortable clothes.

Thursday:
Dates: Spring Session 2017 – Thursday, March 23 – Thursday, May 25 (10 sessions)
Time: 6 – 7 PM
Location:  Cabin in Siebert Park
Cost per 10 Class session: $73 resident / $83 non-resident
Drop In: $10.00 per class
Deadline to Reg.: March 20th, Min. for class 6/Max. for class 20


Jacki’s Aerobic Dance

(Instructor: Sandy Cronin)
This class provides a one hour fun class of well choreographed routines to
upbeat music.  This dance workout class includes a warm up, abdominal work
and vertifirm for the hips and thighs.  Hand held weights (max. 6 pounds
per hand) and ankle weights (2 ½ pounds per leg) are optional.  All
routines, including the booster, six aerobic dances and cool down can be
geared to anyone’s fitness level.

Tuesdays/Thursdays:
Dates:  March 28 – June 1 (20 Classes)
Times: 6 PM to 7 PM
Location: Hoover Elementary Multi-Purpose Room
Cost: Residents $132/Non-Residents $140
(Drop in – $9)

Jacki’s Aerobic Step
(Instructor: Sandy Cronin)
Jacki Sorensen’s Strong Step(TM) is a low-impact, high energy, maximally
effective fitness class that’s fun and easy! Using a STEP to increase lower
body resistance, the subtly choreographed routines have an athletic style
that appeals to anyone interested in getting a head-to-toe workout. In your
Get-It-All-Together class you’ll stretch, squat, press, crunch and “aerobic
condition” yourself into a total body fitness while enjoying music from The
Hot 100, Adult Contemporary, Latin, Rock ‘n Roll, Country, Hip Hop and
more! Come and experience the effectiveness and excitement of our regular
roll-out of new routines to keep you challenged and motivated. Grab your
water bottle, and put on your athletic shoes!

Wednesdays:
Dates:  March 29 – May 31 (10 Classes)
Times: 5 – 6 PM
Location: Camp Hill Borough Building
Cost: Residents $66/Non-Residents $70
(Drop in – $9) 


Co-Ed Volleyball
(Coordinator: Richard Sandusky)
Come and join in on the fun and exercise of recreational volleyball.  Teams are picked each night to mix and match talent and encourage socialization.  This program is open to adults over 18 yrs, old.  We must have a minimum number of paid in full players to have the program available for drop in players.

Wednesday:
Dates: February 8th – May 24th
Time: 8 – 10 pm
Location: Camp Hill High School Gym
Pay as you go: Res. $3 / Non-Res. $4 


Zumba Gold®
(Instructor: Jenn Dusart)
This has been such a hit we will be continuing this class with the help of Jenn Dusart.  These are pay as you go classes.  Zumba Gold® uses Latin and international rhythms such as salsa, merengue, cumbia, and many more to create a fun fitness program for the active older adult population or the true beginner (deconditioned participant). It addresses the anatomical, physiological and psychological needs specific to these populations.

Tuesdays and Thursdays:
Dates: February 14 – May 25, No class 2/28 & 5/16
Times: 10-11 am
Location: Camp Hill Community Room
Pay as go: $5.00 


Open Water Class:
(Instructor: Nicole Richardson)
Certification courses are taught by P.A.D.I. instructors from Harrisburg’s West Shore Scuba.  Participant must be in good health, at least 12 years old and able to swim 200 yards.  You will need to have supplies before the class and to find out the cost of items needed please call the Scuba Shop at 717-836-7699 to arrange for New or Used Mask, fins, snorkel and text book.  All additional scuba equipment will be provided.  Textbook cost is $80. Open water dives and additional costs to the class fee are involved to become certified and will depend on either local or Florida Keys dive site selection.  Registration is required.  All questions should be directed to Harrisburg’s West Shore Scuba at 717-836-7699

Thursdays:
Ages: 12 and up
Dates: July 16 – August 3
Times: 5:30-8 PM
Location: Camp Hill Borough Pool
Cost: Residents $207 / Non-Residents $218


Discover Scuba:
(Instructor: Nicole Richardson)
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to breathe underwater? If you want to find out but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into a certification course, Discover Scuba Diving will let you try scuba to see if you like it
While not an actual scuba certification, during the Discover Scuba Diving experience you’ll learn how to use scuba equipment in shallow water and get a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world.  You need to bring swimsuit and towel, all other equipment is provided.

Thursday:
Ages: 10 and up
Dates: June 29th
Times: 5:30 – 8 PM
Location: Camp Hill Borough Pool
Cost: Residents $54 / Non-Residents $60


YOUTH/TEEN PROGRAMS
Machine Makers 101
(Instructor: Sylvan Edge Staff)
Let Your Child’s Imagination Soar!
In Engineering, your child will take on fun, hands-on challenges, such as building simple machines. Every session has a creative theme to inspire the kids as they experiment with important STEM concepts.  Your child and a buddy will work on a new project in each class — building a cool machine with LEGO® bricks. Using both their hands and their minds, the kids will investigate important science and engineering. Best of all, your child will think like a real engineer: building a machine or structure, testing it, taking it apart, and then redesigning it to come up with a better solution.  The kids get so involved in their projects they don’t even realize they’re learning essential STEM and problem-solving skills.  At the end of each engineering class, your child will complete a wrap-up activity to reinforce the concepts he or she learned. You’re welcome to use it to continue the STEM conversation at home. Don’t be surprised if you hear all about the machines during the car ride home. These projects are cool!

Mondays:
Grades: 1 – 3
Dates:  March 6 – March 27
Times: 3:30-4:30 pm
Cost:  Res. $99 / Non. Res. $109


Girls Field Hockey Clinics
Attention all 1st – 6th Grade Girls!!  The Camp Hill Field Hockey Staff and Players would like to invite you to a two day clinic.  During the clinics the participants will learn and work on skills.  Field Hockey Sticks will be available for use at the clinics and if you are interested in buying a stick reach out to Julie Colestock at jcolestock@camphillsd.k12.pa.us.  Girls will need to wear sneakers and appropriate fitness attire.  They also need shin guards, water bottles and mouth guards suggested but optional.

Sundays:
Grades: 1st – 3rd and 4th – 6th
Dates: March 19th & March 26th,  Rain date April 2nd
Costs for Clinics: Res. $30 / Non. Res. $40
Locations: High School Gym
Times: Grades 1st – 3rd: 1 – 2:30 pm; Grades 4th – 6th: 3 – 4:30 pm


Tennis Lessons for ages 6 – 8
(Instructor Greg Herb)
This program will assist you in learning how to play or will assist you in enhancing the skills you all ready have.  Participants are asked to bring their own racquet.  The program is available for beginners.

Mondays/Wednesdays:
Dates: June 12th – 28th
Time: 8:30 AM – 9:15 AM
Location: Siebert Park Tennis Courts
Cost: Res. $52 / Non. Res. $67
(Minimum 5 / Maximum 20 participants)
Registration is due one week before session.


Tennis Lessons for ages 9 – 14
(Instructor Greg Herb)
This program will assist you in learning how to play or will assist you in enhancing the skills you already have.  Participants are asked to bring their own rackets.  The program is available for beginners and intermediate.

Mondays / Wednesdays:
(Instructor Greg Herb)
Dates June 12th – 28th
Times: 10:00-11:00 (beginners and intermediate)
Location: Siebert Park Tennis Courts
Cost: Res. $52 / Non. Res. $67
(Minimum 5 / Maximum 20 participants)
Registration is due one week before session.