Area of Interests
- STC ADAPT
- GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE
- CROSS FIT SCHEDULE
- SWIMMING LESSONS FORM
- AQUATIC SCHEDULE
- TENNIS COURT SCHEDULE
- BASKETBALL COURT SCHEDULE
- 2103 SUMMER CAMPS FORM
As of April 30th - due to a delay in permits and parts, the pool closure dates are undetermined. Therefore the aquatic center will remain open until further notice.We will post the new closure dates when notified that all permits and parts are in place.
Friday, May 17th
In the Aquatic Center of Centralia Thorbeckes. Free to Family Memberships.
Middle School Swim Week!
The middle school will be in the pool from 8am-11:30 and 12:15-2:30
-Hot tub and sauna will remain open for our members.
Changes to Hydroworks classes for the week:
- 6am classes stays the same.
- 9am classes will move to 7am all week long.
- 11am classes will move to 11:30am all week long.
Yoga & Pilates
Fridays @ 4:30pm
(This will be replacing Rep Reebok)
Starting May 10th!
This class is a fusion of Yoga, Power Yoga and Pilates.
May 1st-June 30th
Single paid in full 3 month membership
$99.95 + tax
June 1st-June 30th
KEEP OUR POOL
May 18, 2013 * 8am-10am
2 pancakes, 2 scrambled eggs, 2 bacon,
2 sausage, juice & coffee
Proceeds benefit "Keep Our Pool"
Times, they are a changin' don't you think? I mean it really is amazing how quickly things change these days. And your ability to adapt to all this change (or your resistance to it) can make life feel like an adventure or a horror movie.
I found some really great quotes on "change" this week, so I thought I'd share a few:
"If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it." - Mary Engelbreit
"When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves." - Viktor Frankl
"Things do not change; we change."
-Henry David Thoreau
"It's not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change." - Charles Darwin
This week, think about something that you've really wanted to change for a long time and have either procrastinated on, or you've been afraid that changing it might cause you or someone else a little healthy discomfort. (Yes - I did say "healthy" and "discomfort" in the same sentence...on purpose.) Then take some action and make that change.
Think about something that has changed around you and you've been resistant to accept or "play" with that change. Maybe you've even thrown a few grown up fits about it. To get yourself out of that "stuck" place, take Mary Engelbreit's sweet advice and "change the way you think about it."
Have an awesome week!
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