Spring Programs


Spring Vinyasa Flow Yoga Series
(Instructor: Melissa Jo Knepper)
Join Melissa Jo Knepper, RTY200, beginning on Thursday, March 24, for yoga classes crafted to invigorate the body, inspire the mind and assist your spirit in finding peace and tranquility.  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 after studying under the careful guidance and teaching of Rachel Wilson at Om My Yoga Academy in Camp Hill, PA.  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.

Dates: Spring Session 2015 – Thursday, March 24 – Thursday, May 26 (10 sessions) *Due to the possibility of snow or ice classes may be rescheduled at the discretion of the instructor for the safety of the students.

Time: 6 – 7 PM
Location:  Cabin in Siebert Park
Cost per 10 Class session: $66 resident / $71 non-resident
Drop In: $9.00 per class
Deadline to Reg.: March 15th, Min. for class 6/Max. for class 20


Teacher: Janine Galati
Pilates is a corrective exercise method that offers both shape shifting exercise and mind/body education while improving strength, flexibility, balance, coordination and overall posture.  Join Janine on Wednesday mornings for 7:30 am or 8:30 am classes ten weeks to learn the basics of this whole body workout.  Learn how use Body IQ Pilates as a tool for wellness to help improve your over mind/body health.  Bring a mat, towel and water.  Some equipment use will be included.  All levels welcome.  Space is limited so register early!  If you have questions feel free to call Janine at 717-412-4195.

Dates: March 16 – May 18 (10 Weeks)
Times: 7:30am or 8:30 am, please specify when registering
Location:  Body IQ Life, 2208 Market St. Rear Entrance
Cost: $120 resident / $180 non-resident


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.
Dates:  March 29 – June 2 (20 Classes)
Times: 6 PM to 7 PM
Location: Hoover Elementary Multi-Purpose Room
Cost: Residents $132/Non-Residents $143
(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!
Dates:  March 30 – June 1 (10 Classes)
Times: 5 – 6 PM
Location: Camp Hill Borough Building
Cost: Residents $65/Non-Residents $71
(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.

Dates: April 13 – May 25 (7 weeks)
Time: 7:30 – 9:30 PM
Location: Camp Hill High School Gym
Cost: Residents $21 / Non-Residents $28
Drop in: Res.$3 / Non-Res. $4 


Into to Essential Oils Classes 2
(Instructors: Gwenn Wheeler and Laura Kanagy)
Gwenn Wheeler and Laura Kanagy are essential oil wellness advocates with doTERRA International.  They both have school aged children and live locally in the area. Their passion for helping others and natural health solutions led them into educating about healthy living and essential oils. They love to share the benefits of these powerful therapeutic grade oils with people so they may also take control of their own health and wellbeing.  Incorporating the use of Essential Oils to create a healthier lifestyle that includes proper nutrition, hydration, sleep and exercise. Includes a make and take product.

This is an Introduction Class with a Make and Take on the second day of class. If you didn’t get the Intro to Essential Oils in January fear not come join in the fun!

Monday and Wednesday:
Date for Introduction Class: March 28
Date for Make & Take Class: March 30
Times: 6:30-8 pm
Location: Camp Hill Community Room
Cost for Both Classes:  Res. $11 / Non. Res. $22


Afternoon Pilates Fun!
(Instructor: Lynette Pertschi)

The Pilates Method is an approach in mind and body integration that was created by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s. The fundamental principles focus on balance, concentration, control, centered awareness, fluid movements, and breath. Pilates enhances core strength that increases flexibility, coordination and spatial awareness. Pilates engages the whole person, not just the muscles. For everybody from an athlete to a mother, Pilates will develop and enhance stamina, posture, alignment and core strength for elite performance to everyday activities. Pilates focuses on the core muscles first, specifically stomach, butt and back, in a sense, working the muscles from the inside out. This achieves and maintains a balanced aligned body. Just a few benefits from Pilates are: Balance, Posture, Flexibility, Range of Motion, Longer and Leaner Muscles.

Mondays and Thursdays:
Dates: February 29 – May 26
Times: 3:30-4:20 pm
Location: Camp Hill Community Room
Pay as go: $10.00 


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: March 29 – June 2 (No April 26)
Times: 10-11 am
Location: Community Room
Cost: Pay as go: $5