Holiday Club Hours:
New Year’s Eve: 5am-6pm
New Year’s Day: 5am-10pm
The café is not selling Complete Nutrition Pre-X7 (watermelon). You can purchase the pre workout for $3 per a scoop.
Youth Program Hours:
New Year’s Eve: 8am-1pm
New Year’s Day: 9am-4pm
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Prairie Life Fitness (8525 Q St, Omaha, NE)
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Please be sure to notify Membership of any changes with you Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or credit card information before the 25th of every month.
Youth Punch Cards
Now offering Youth Guest Punch Cards! Use them towards swim lessons or team, racquetball, gym time or just to come hang out with mom and dad! 10 visits for just $50+ tax. For more details please see the front desk. (Buy a punch card today and get your first visit FREE)
Kara Lyles firstname.lastname@example.org & Susanne Draper email@example.com
Homeschool PE run on Monday’s and Wednesday’s at 2pm. Personal Trainer Jake Wood will be here to run, jump, and play with your kids! There will be NO PE 1/16 for MLK day
Kid’s Night In: January 13: Winter Wonderland
Bring the kids from 5pm-9pm for a cozy night in. The night will consist of fun activities, dinner, snack and finishing the night up with a movie. Cost for the first child is $20 and $15 for additional children, all children must be on the same membership, or same family. Ages 3 and older are, and non-members are welcome to participate in this event. Registration is limited so register online at prairielife.com
or contact Kara Lyles with any questions.
Zanshin Martial Arts
The next session of Zanshin Martial Arts will begin January 10th – March 2nd. Contact Daniel McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions about the program. Registration opens on December 20th online at prairielife.com under youth class registration.
Kids Contracts are continuing through the fall for kids who are 9+. To get a kids contract you need to have a parent and child stop in the nursery to read and sign a contract. It is a great way for our older kids that don't want to come in the nursery or adv. room anymore to enjoy the gym.
GROUP X: Joan Beck email@example.com
A new class schedule will begin on January 9th
PILATES: Charlene Covey firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a New Year! Are you ready to become an even better YOU? Why not give Pilates a try? Here are 10 reasons why Pilates leads to a happier, healthier life. I can't think of a better time to be HAPPIER and HEALTHIER than 2017! Sign up today for a demo and began 2017 the right way! Contact Charlene Covey @ email@example.com
or 402-679-6386. Mention this top ten list and get your first session FREE!
1. You can do it on your lunch break.
Even though it works you hard, it does not leave you spent and sweaty, so you can easily fit it into a busy lifestyle.
2. A flat belly.
Most ab exercises focus on the superficial abdominals that won't give you a flat stomach. Pilates targets the deep core, which leads to a flat tummy, a narrow waist, and-bonus!-a healthy spine.
3. It makes you think.
Pilates is a surprisingly intellectual method of exercise. It requires one to focus on how one's body is moving. This keeps the mind engaged and challenged. Studies have shown it can even aid in the prevention of Alzheimer's.
4. It's a pain killer.
Pilates is great for injury prevention because it focuses on the muscles that support and protect joints and the spine, restoring proper body mechanics.
5. You'll stand up straighter.
Great posture makes us look younger and more attractive, and it actually keeps us balanced and youthful.
6. No pretzel-like contortions necessary.
A Pilates routine can be modified to accommodate injuries or can be amped up for the serious athlete and everyone in between.
7. It's a go-to workout.
You can do it on the go, anytime, any place. Many Pilates exercises can be done with just body weight and no props. It also works the muscles that we might not hit in other activities, making it an ideal complement to running, tennis, biking, and other athletic pursuits.
8. It's a lifelong practice.
Pilates is so safe and balancing for the body that you can begin at any age and continue into your later decades. It won't wear down the body, and you don't have to give it up as you age.
9. It builds strength and flexibility in an efficient and effective way. E
ach Pilates exercise both stretches and strengthens through moves that work the muscles while they are lengthening.
10. You get in touch.
Pilates can deepen the mind-body connection, which can improve many other facets of our lives such as interpersonal relationships, stress management, and eating habits.
PERSONAL TRAINING: Matt Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org
Teens in Training (TNT)
Boys and girls ages 10 to 13 are encouraged to take a safety course with one of our certified personal trainers on how to properly and safely train upstairs. Once they have graduated from the certification program they will be permitted to workout upstairs with a guardian 19 years or older. (TNT50)
Teens, ages 12 an order can also choose a package in which they will receive their certification along with 3 personal training sessions. The training sessions will be geared towards the teen’s strength, ability, and coordination. These sessions will allow your teen to have a better idea of what types of workouts will be beneficial for them and their growing and changing body. This course is a one-time fee of $120.00. *Additional personal training can be purchased. (TNT120)
AQUATICS: Peg Ryan email@example.com
The new session for swimming lessons and swim team will begin January 9, 2017- March 4, 2016. Registration will open online on December 19, 2016-January 2, 2017.