FSU's Activities for Life Offers Creative Movement Class PDF Print E-mail
Wellness - Wellness
Written by Amy Nazelrod, FSU Activities for Life   
Saturday, 22 January 2011 11:27
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer a creative movement class for children ages 3 to 5 years on Wednesdays, Feb. 9 to March 16, from 5:15 to 6 p.m. in room 106 of the Cordts PE Center. Nicole Frost will instruct the class.

This class will introduce children to dance and movement. Students will learn fundamental skills and musicality as well as experience the use of props to enhance their movement learning. Dance attire should include leotards, tights, ballet slippers or socks; however, leggings, tight-fitting sweatpants and T-shirts are acceptable.

Space is limited to 12 students. The registration and payment deadline is Monday, Feb. 7. For information and registration, contact Amy Nazelrod, AFL coordinator, at 301-687-7934 or This e-mail address ...
Beginners STOTT Pilates Course PDF Print E-mail
Wellness - Wellness
Written by Courtesy Susan Manger, Life Fitness Management   
Friday, 21 January 2011 07:35

Susan Manger will be leading A Beginners STOTT Pilates class twice a week beginning Jan 31st and continuing through March 16th at Life Fitness Management, 1226 National Highway, LaVale, MD. Classes will be offered Mondays and Wednesday from 7PM – 8PM for 8 weeks and will build each week based on skills learned in the previous sessions. Classes are available to anyone interested.

Price:  $150 for 16 classes: General public, $125 for Life Fitness Members

Pilates is an excellent way to improve core strength, posture, balance and overall body alignment.  It is a gentle but powerful form of exercise.

Advance sign up is required, call 301-729-2275


Susan Manger studied on full scholarship at the Washington School of ...
FSU's Activities for Life to Offer Tumbling and Water Aerobics Classes PDF Print E-mail
Wellness - Wellness
Written by Amy Nazelrod, FSU Activities for Life   
Thursday, 20 January 2011 11:11

The Frostburg State University Activities for Life program will offer various tumbling classes  for children ranging in age from 3 and up on Thursdays, beginning Feb. 3. All classes will be held in Cordts Physical Education Center room 170.

The preschool class is for children ages 3 and 4 and is limited to 12 students with little or no formal tumbling training. It will be conducted through April 14 (no class March 24) from 5 to 5:30 p.m. The class will include activities such as cartwheels, rolls and other simple movements. It is designed to teach flexibility, strength, muscle control and coordination. This class requires a parent to participate with each child.

The beginner class is for children ages 5 to 12 and is limited to 15 participants with a minimum of 7. It will be ...

Slow-Cooked Hoppin’ John PDF Print E-mail
Wellness - Wellness
Written by Julie Hartman   
Friday, 07 January 2011 07:39
Hoppin’ John is a Southern New Year’s tradition, bringing good luck in the new year. This slow-cooked vegan version provides all the delicious traditional taste (and good fortune) without the meat.

In addition to a crockpot, you’ll need:
2 Tbs. olive oil
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
1 celery rib, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp. dried thyme
3 ...
Mt. Marathon Club to Ring in New Year With One-Mile Run PDF Print E-mail
Wellness - Wellness
Written by Mountain Maryland Marathon Club   
Tuesday, 28 December 2010 21:37

The Great Allegheny Passage at the Cash Valley trailhead is free of snow and  ice and the forecast is nearly perfect for the first New Year's Eve midnight resolution  run, a 1-mile jaunt from the Brush Tunnel downhill to the trailhead.

An overnight low of 35 degrees is expected Friday night into Saturday - mostly clear with  only a very small chance of precipitation. As the trail winds northwest toward Mount  Savage and Frostburg, the crushed limestone surface is hidden under a layer of snow and ice.

However, the 1-mile section to be used Friday night and Saturday morning are in near-perfect condition, according to a handful of area runners who took to the course Tuesday afternoon.

Entry fees for the low-key run are just $3 for children 12-and-under and $5 for ...


Page 12 of 22

What's Happening?