Mount Rainier, MD: Join Joe’s Movement Emporium on September 20th at 6 pm for the first ever Family Fitness Festival with NCrease Fitness. The evening will feature multiple class sessions and fitness demos with caring and experience teachers, nutrition experts and advice, plus a free personal trainer consultation for those ready to get started on their journey to a happier self. The event will take place in Joe’s theater and studios, located at 3309 Bunker Hill Road in Mt. Rainier, MD. Free parking is available. Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children.
Don’t miss this affordable opportunity to try boxing with a certified boxing coach, bxing conditioning, Zumba, Cross Fit, Tabata, weight and strength training, gentle cardio and strength for active older adults, Flirty Fitness while the kids are kept busy kid-specific Zumba and active movement experiences. Win prizes during Push up challenge, Squat challenge or Plank challenge.
Be sure to check out the certified personal trainer on site and complete a FREE physical fitness assessment. Learn weight, BMI, body fat and muscle percentage; then complete a mini one on one workout session ideal for your fitness goals and learn about nutrition plans that will make all the difference.
Cost is $15 for adults and $7 for children. Student rates and groups rates available, email Neena@joesmovement.org. Purchase tickets online at www.joesmovement.org or call 301-699-1819. Interested in sponsoring or vending at this event? Contact NiClaire Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Joe’s Movement Emporium is the largest independent performing arts center in Prince George’s County, MD. Founded in 1992, it is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that incorporates dance, movement and performing arts traditions from around the world into exceptional educational and artistic experiences. Joe’s unique ability to utilize the arts as a vehicle for progressive education, workforce training and economic growth have made it one of the most well-respected nonprofit organizations in the region. For more information call 301-699-1819 or visit joesmovement.org.