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  • Yoga Info | Recreational Sports Programs
    years Her passion for yoga and learning started in 2001 which has led her to complete over 600 hours of formal yoga teacher training since 2007 beginning with 8 Limbs and more recently at Seattle Yoga Arts She also teaches Intro to Meditation at the IMA Jason Benchimol Hatha Vinyasa Flow Jason is currently completing his teacher training with the Samarya Center for Humankind ness Jason s classes take inspiration from Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga utilizing traditional and novel Sun Salutation sequences as a platform for introducing and exploring asana postures in greater depth Each student is encouraged to work at his or her edge while cultivating an attitude of non attachment In the spirit of kindness to oneself and self care modifications and adjustments are always encouraged Huijung Kimbell Iyengar Yoga Huijung earned her 200 hour certification at the Center for Yoga of Seattle the only Iyengar studio in Seattle where she also teaches in 2010 She is a teacher in training in the Iyengar method and is preparing for the next level of assessment to become a fully certified Iyengar yoga teacher She gives clear and detailed instructions to help the students learn the important foundations of the poses Her classes generally start with warm ups and standing poses followed by seated poses and relaxation As students progress throughout the quarter the class will become more strenuous and more poses will be introduced including back bends and inversions Huijung does not use music and instead encourages students to listen to their bodies She uses props to accommodate all different body types Sasha Parks Hatha Flow Sasha has a BA in dance from the UW and has been teaching yoga for over ten years She was originally inspired by her study of Ashtanga yoga as taught by Shri K Patabhi Jois in Mysore India She is inspired and motivated the process of seeing her students grow learn and change in deep and subtle ways from the experience of studying yoga Her teaching brings an understanding of the body informed by a study of anatomy dance and alignment based yoga She is certified through the Samarya Center No é Khalfa Vinyasa Flow Noé is a UW graduate who completed his 200 hour training through Yogalife in 2013 and enjoys teaching energetic flow classes inspired by the Ashtanga yoga tradition of linking breath to movement His classes focus on developing strength flexibility and exploring internal body awareness His greatest wish is for each of his students to savor a healthy ongoing body mind relationship He has also studied meditation through Shambhala International as well as life coaching through Hendricks Institute s Conscious Living and Conscious Loving programs Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed Fitness Sports Classes Class Registration Info Class Refund Policy Class Cancellations Drop in Classes Fitness Instructor Tryouts Fitness Info Yoga Info We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/ima/sports-fitness/yoga-info/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Personal Training Eligibility | Recreational Sports Programs
    eligible based on availability You must have an IMA Membership to be eligible How early do I need to register Please allow a minimum of one week advance notice for all first time client appointments At peak times beginning of academic quarter January 2nd longer wait times may apply Note Personal trainers do not hold office hours at the IMA Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed Personal Training Personal Training Eligibility Personal Training Policies Procedures Personal Training Registration Package Info Personal Trainer Profiles Contact Personal Training Carrie Wigton Fitness Coordinator 206 616 2072 cwigton uw edu We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign up to receive emails on IMA news and updates through the IMAnews List Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the IMA About the IMA Contact Us Employment Feedback Form Treadmill Demo Feedback Friday Night Activities Sustainability at the IMA We ve Heard Your Voice Trails Insurance Safety at Night Facilities Hours Fitness Center Swimming Pools Facility Schedules Court Field Reservations Parking Accessibility Climbing Overview Crags Climbing Center Information Climbing Classes Events The Rain City Series Climbing Clubs Golf Driving Range Golf Driving Range Hours Golf Range Bucket Rates Golf Class Info Waterfront Activities Center Waterfront Activities Center Hours Canoe Rowboat Rentals Boat Storage Lounge Meeting Room Reservations Sound Transit Construction Club Sports Club Offerings Donations Online Gear Store Forms Handbooks Intramurals Current Programs Playing Schedules Free Agent Meetings Programs Offered Rules Officials Membership Student Eligibility Membership Info Membership Renewal Basket Use Renewal Cancellation Refund Policy Guest Policy Personal Training

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/ima/personal-training/eligibility/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Personal Training Policies & Procedures | Recreational Sports Programs
    Policy Clients are responsible for arriving on time to their training sessions Trainers are obligated to wait only 15 minutes 10 minutes for 30 minute sessions After 15 minutes 10 minutes for 30 minute sessions the trainer is not required to lead the remaining time of the session and the session may be lost Cancellation Policy Clients are asked to call 24 hours in advance of the scheduled training session You will be charged for appointments cancelled with fewer than 24 hours notice Failure to contact your trainer and call 206 543 2571 M F will result in a session loss Package Expiration Refund Policy Individuals registering for personal training must complete all personal training sessions by the end of the client s eligibility to participate in the program current IMA membership or by the expiration date of the training package whichever comes first All personal training packages expire six 6 months from the date of purchase All packages are non refundable non transferable Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed Personal Training Personal Training Eligibility Personal Training Policies Procedures Personal Training Registration Package Info Personal Trainer Profiles Contact Personal Training Carrie Wigton Fitness Coordinator 206 616 2072 cwigton uw edu We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign up to receive emails on IMA news and updates through the IMAnews List Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the IMA About the IMA Contact Us Employment Feedback Form Treadmill Demo Feedback Friday Night Activities Sustainability at the IMA We ve Heard Your Voice Trails

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  • Personal Training Registration & Package Info | Recreational Sports Programs
    staff reserve the right to require a doctor s medical clearance prior to participation in the program for participants whom they feel might be at risk Personal Training Introductory Package 1 5 hours First Time Clients Only All new clients must purchase the Personal Training Introductory Package The session will be held in the Personal Training Room 208 The session will begin with a 30 minute health screening conducted by the personal trainer The client s health history and goals will be discussed based on the health history paperwork Additionally the trainer will also determine appropriate target heart rates conduct a blood pressure screening and measure body fat composition The remaining 60 minutes entails one on one training on the fitness floor The client will be sent home with the results of their exercise screening and a workout routine developed by the trainer First Time Client Package Fee 60 sales tax Current Clients Returning Client Registration Forms For your convenience you may download the required forms below and bring them with when you register Medical Clearance Form please include this form if you have any changes in your medical condition Word PDF Personal Training Registration Current Client Word PDF Client Information Sheet Word PDF Registration Register for additional personal training sessions in person or via fax or mail Your personal trainer will contact you when he she has been notified by the Fitness Coordinator of your purchase Please allow 2 3 business days for the trainer to be notified All clients are required to purchase additional training sessions before trainers will schedule them Register by Walk in 9 00 a m 6 00 p m M F 206 543 2571 In person registration will be taken at the Programs Office desk 3rd floor IMA Read the Personal Trainer Profiles and choose a trainer Pay for your session package checks Visa MasterCard and cash accepted Register by Fax 206 685 4661 For current clients only Submit your registration along with MasterCard Visa Discover authorization Register by Mail University of Washington Sports Fitness Classes Box 354090 Seattle WA 98195 4090 Check Visa MasterCard Discover accepted Session Package Fees One Person Student Price Effective January 1 2014 Single Session 38 00 sales tax 4 Sessions 140 00 sales tax 8 Sessions 265 00 sales tax 12 Sessions 360 00 sales tax Faculty Staff Spouse DP Price Effective January 1 2014 Single Session 48 00 sales tax 4 Sessions 180 00 sales tax 8 Sessions 345 00 sales tax 12 Sessions 480 00 sales tax Session Package Fees Partner Training 2 people Student Price Effective January 1 2014 4 Sessions 210 00 sales tax 8 Sessions 360 00 sales tax 12 Sessions 480 00 sales tax Faculty Staff Spouse DP Price Effective January 1 2014 4 Sessions 250 00 sales tax 8 Sessions 440 00 sales tax 12 Sessions 600 00 sales tax Note All personal training packages are subject to the Washington State sales tax Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments

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  • Personal Trainer Profiles | Recreational Sports Programs
    exercises that require you to use your core My workouts include using the TRX Suspension System kettle bells and free weights as well as incorporating body weight exercises I ve worked with OSU s athletes metabolic clients at the PRO Sports Club as well as individual who just want to lose weight and get in better shape Depending on your goals I will tailor a workout routine to meet your specific needs In 2002 I competed in the WABDL s world championship for the deadlift and won I competed in several world championships before retiring from the sport in 2005 to focus on rock climbing snowboarding and yoga When not training you can find me up in the mountains rock climbing Specialties General Fitness Power Lifting Metabolic Disorders Sport Specific Training Jason s Schedule PDF Juli Education Certifications B S Exercise Science University of New Mexico Certified Personal Trainer CPT American College of Sports Medicine Background As a personal trainer the success of my client is the measure by which I judge my own success In order for a goal to be realistic a client s fitness nutrition and attitude must support it Having worked in a variety of personal training and physical therapy settings I have experience with wide ranging goals and abilities Whether you are starting from scratch or are an accomplished athlete I will work with you to develop a challenging and fun program that promotes not only your goals but also your personal understanding of a healthy lifestyle Having participated in volleyball track yoga tennis soccer swimming and horseback riding throughout my life I have gained understanding of a wide variety of sport specific training principles I recently moved to Seattle in the hopes of pursuing graduate study of physical therapy at UW My experiences as an aide and volunteer in a variety of physical therapy settings have strengthened my knowledge of prehab rehab and functional training When I m not training volunteering or taking classes I enjoy the diverse recreational activities available in Seattle Running playing volleyball hiking camping skiing playing piano reading cooking and spending time with friends all score high on my list of favorite things to do Specialties Prehab Rehab Sport Specific Strength Training Functional Training Weight Management Posture Plyometrics Juli s Schedule PDF Kevan Education Certification B A English World Literature Pitzer College Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist CSCS National Strength Conditioning Association Background Every person is different and what works for one may not work for another but what we all have in common is the ability to reach our goals through hard smart training and determination For the past two years I ve pushed many of my clients past what they believed were their physical limits I believe in intense training programs that are rich in variety and that challenge not only the muscles and the cardiovascular system but also the link between the mind and the body Having trained in boxing I often implement aspects of the sport into

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  • About the IMA | Recreational Sports Programs
    maintain a healthy lifestyle State of the art facilities are available to encourage and motivate students and others to learn practical health and wellness activities for long term benefits Eighty two different sports and fitness programs are offered to reach the wide interests of a diverse student population By understanding the importance of and participating in regular exercise through sports and fitness activities students create lifelong habits for wise use of their leisure time Participation in such activities also assists students in performing well in a demanding academic environment by encouraging balanced development of mind and body Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed About the IMA Feedback Form Sustainability at the IMA Contact Us Employment Opportunities We ve Heard Your Voice Friday Night Activities Treadmill Demo Feedback Trails Insurance Safety at Night We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign up to receive emails on IMA news and updates through the IMAnews List Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the IMA About the IMA Contact Us Employment Feedback Form Treadmill Demo Feedback Friday Night Activities Sustainability at the IMA We ve Heard Your Voice Trails Insurance Safety at Night Facilities Hours Fitness Center Swimming Pools Facility Schedules Court Field Reservations Parking Accessibility Climbing Overview Crags Climbing Center Information Climbing Classes Events The Rain City Series Climbing Clubs Golf Driving Range Golf Driving Range Hours Golf Range Bucket Rates Golf Class Info Waterfront Activities Center Waterfront Activities Center Hours Canoe Rowboat Rentals Boat Storage Lounge Meeting Room Reservations Sound Transit Construction Club Sports Club

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  • Contact Us | Recreational Sports Programs
    206 543 6971 Club Sports 206 543 9499 imaclubs uw edu Crags Climbing Center 206 616 1144 imacrags uw edu Sports Fitness 206 543 2571 imafit uw edu Golf Driving Range 206 543 8759 imagolf uw edu Waterfront Activities Center 206 543 9433 h2ofront uw edu Gary Leonard Interim Director Associate Director Operations Facilities 206 685 1144 gleonard uw edu Katie Beth Associate Director Programmed Activities 206 543 7089 kbeth6 uw edu Jim Seagren Assistant Director WAC Golf Range 206 685 7518 seagren uw edu Mailing Address UW IMA Building Box 354090 3924 Montlake Ave NE Seattle WA 98195 Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed About the IMA Feedback Form Sustainability at the IMA Contact Us Employment Opportunities We ve Heard Your Voice Friday Night Activities Treadmill Demo Feedback Trails Insurance Safety at Night We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign up to receive emails on IMA news and updates through the IMAnews List Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the IMA About the IMA Contact Us Employment Feedback Form Treadmill Demo Feedback Friday Night Activities Sustainability at the IMA We ve Heard Your Voice Trails Insurance Safety at Night Facilities Hours Fitness Center Swimming Pools Facility Schedules Court Field Reservations Parking Accessibility Climbing Overview Crags Climbing Center Information Climbing Classes Events The Rain City Series Climbing Clubs Golf Driving Range Golf Driving Range Hours Golf Range Bucket Rates Golf Class Info Waterfront Activities Center Waterfront Activities Center Hours Canoe Rowboat Rentals Boat Storage Lounge Meeting Room Reservations Sound Transit Construction Club

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  • Feedback Form | Recreational Sports Programs
    Safety Key Resources About the IMA Feedback Form Feedback Form Broken equipment Complaints Kudos Comments Let us hear from you All fields required Name Email Phone Message Share this Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Comments are closed About the IMA Feedback Form Sustainability at the IMA Contact Us Employment Opportunities We ve Heard Your Voice Friday Night Activities Treadmill Demo Feedback Trails Insurance Safety at Night We re on Facebook Like the IMA on Facebook to find out when we have special events deals or contests Get IMA News Sign up to receive emails on IMA news and updates through the IMAnews List Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore the IMA About the IMA Contact Us Employment Feedback Form Treadmill Demo Feedback Friday Night Activities Sustainability at the IMA We ve Heard Your Voice Trails Insurance Safety at Night Facilities Hours Fitness Center Swimming Pools Facility Schedules Court Field Reservations Parking Accessibility Climbing Overview Crags Climbing Center Information Climbing Classes Events The Rain City Series Climbing Clubs Golf Driving Range Golf Driving Range Hours Golf Range Bucket Rates Golf Class Info Waterfront Activities Center Waterfront Activities Center Hours Canoe Rowboat Rentals Boat Storage Lounge Meeting Room Reservations Sound Transit Construction Club Sports Club Offerings Donations Online Gear Store Forms Handbooks Intramurals Current Programs Playing Schedules Free Agent Meetings Programs Offered Rules Officials Membership Student Eligibility Membership Info Membership Renewal Basket Use Renewal Cancellation Refund Policy Guest Policy Personal Training Eligibility Policies Procedures Registration Package Info Trainer Profiles Sports Fitness Classes Registration Info Refund Policy Changes Cancellations Drop in Classes Fitness Instructor Tryouts Fitness Info Yoga Info Welcome to the IMA Seattle Washington Contact

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