Fitness Classes & Groups
The Social Center strives to offer classes, facilities and groups for those interested in fitness.
The Center is always open to new class proposals!
Please check the calendar page for the current schedule.
Click Facilities for more information about availability of our courts.
Click the blue box below for the latest class updates and cancellations on our Facebook Group, "Social Center Fitness."
When the outdoor courts become unavailable through winter, the Social Center sponsors pickleball for adults at the Mountain View Campus of BVCS in Elizabethtown because the school requires a sponsor to provide liability insurance for non-school events and activities.
The Center agrees to provide this coverage to offer community members an opportunity to have fun and get exercise. In return, the Center asks players to abide by guidelines in order to have a safe environment where all players are welcome and participate.
Chec the facebook group "Social Center Pickleball" for days and times.
Adult Recreational Pickleball
(at BVCS Mountain View campus in Elizabethtown)
Platform Tennis Membership
Platform Tennis is a racket sport enjoyed by all ages. It is the only racket sport that can be enjoyed outdoors in cold weather. This unique appeal attracts people who desire fresh air, competition, and social engagement.
Membership is required to use our Platform Court. Click here for more information.
Karin DeMuro hopes to offer yoga classes in the fall. Please check back for updates.
Karin has been leading fitness classes at the Center since 2011. She is a Certified Yoga Alliance teacher, RYT - 200 YA certified, and a Certified Zumba Fitness Instructor.
Karin's Monday class is a Hatha/Vinyasa class. It is a slower and nicely-paced class, yet designed for all levels. Starting with breath work, Karin can help focus on proper positioning for the Asansas (poses), helping to build your strength and flexibility.
Karin's Wednesday class is a Yin class. Yin is a much slower-paced, meditative version of yoga. Poses are on the floor (seated or laying), and are held for a longer period of time with the use of various supports (bolsters, blocks, blankets, etc). These are more passive holds, with little muscle engagement, so that one can target the inner connective tissue.
Contact Karin for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.