UPDATE: The strong winds in the forecast are not very conducive to a Kinstretch class, so today’s class is unfortunately cancelled. Thank you to everyone who has supported Feel Good Fridays this month, and take care!
About Feel Good Fridays
This April, Downtown Frederick Partnership is partnering with local fitness, health and wellness organizations to offer free or low-cost outdoor wellness classes every Friday in April. All classes take place at the Carroll Creek Amphitheater (located across the creek from the C. Burr Artz Public Library, between Carroll Street and Market Street).
Learn more about Feel Good Fridays at downtownfrederick.org/feelgoodfridays.
About this Class
Kinstretch® is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility and USABLE ranges of motion. Kinstretch® is about giving you MORE MOVEMENT OPTIONS through joint specific training leading to injury prevention, performance, strength and motivation to move and do the activities you love more often.
Find YOUR way to lasting movement freedom, strength and flexibility with Kinstretch®.
No experience necessary. Please bring a mat or blanket and water. We focus on a target joint — giving us countless options to adapt the base positions. This class is for everyBODY!
• Increase range of motion
• Less stiffness
• More usable space, less restriction
• If you are moving better, you may want to move more
• Decrease injury
• Peace of mind
• Body knowledge that will last forever
• Perform and feel better during your current fitness routines
Registration + Payment
Advance registration is recommended. In order to maintain physical distancing inside the amphitheater, class attendance will be capped at no more than 40 attendees.Register Here
Suggested donation of $10 can be paid in-person or online here. If anyone wants to donate a different amount, send it through paypal to email@example.com or venmo @Sue-Leveille
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes — non pinching (you can wear work clothes as long as they aren’t pinching)
We will utilize the environment around us (the steps and/or amphitheater walls)
A couple of tennis balls or wash clothes (something to squeeze in your hands — optional)
A mat or blanket