Are you too busy or tired to cook at the end of the day? Want some new, delicious and
easy-to-prepare meals? Discover which products you can simply ‘heat and eat,’ as well as how to use a few ingredients to create delicious, healthy meals in under 15 minutes. Really!
Join us for for inspiration, specific product information and simple, yet flavorful recipes, this class is for you whether you are preparing meals for one, two or more.
Sample demonstrated recipes and receive a healthy products list for each store.
Date: Thursday January 23
Time: 7-8:30 P.M.
Sign up yourself as well as bring a friend at the front desk. You do not need to be a member of In Forma to come! Class size is limited, so call us to reserve your seat.
About the instructor:
Jamie Davidson has been teaching busy people how to eat nutritiously and conveniently for over 20 years. She has a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and has been in field of health promotion her entire career beginning with her work with the YMCA as a Fitness Director. She has created and directed fitness programs, cardiac rehab programs, weight management programs, corporate wellness programs and healthy cooking classes.
If you’re looking to improve your tennis game, then we have a new class that’s perfect for you. Starting January 14, Core for Tennis is a complete development program for tennis players of all levels and ages.
This group training course focuses on specific movement patterns proven to increase strength, flexibility and reaction time to the tennis ball.
You’ll be under the care and supervision of certified trainers: National Academy of Sports Medicine, Certified Performance Enhancement, United States Professional Tennis Association and United States Professional Tennis Registry.
Join us starting January 14 every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7pm.
For details and to join the class, call us at (925) 254-6877 or ask at the front desk.
Photo credit: ebbandflowphotography / Creative Commons
In the larger integral spectrum of health and fitness, our emotional experiences plays a very important role. Think about how your mental attitude effects your perspective in life, even only during the cycle of a day. Quickly, you’ll see that emotions are a primary driving force for just about all that we do, and don’t do.
Bearing this in mind, when it comes to health and fitness, the emotional drive behind our reasons for staying healthy has a direct impact on the quality of our results. In other words, the result of our work and its impact on our health is not determined only by what we do but by how we do it.
An exercise program that is connived and performed with the intention of enjoying the process, appreciated for its benefits on our body and mind, that is creative, fun and effective has a very different impact then one that is conceived and performed unwillingly, with unpleasant feelings attached to it, that is not fun or motivating.
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Well, this is very exciting! What you are about to read is the very first Blog for In Forma, better yet, for In Forma’s NEW web site!
As we open this new “season” for In Forma, with the newly updated, more informative and expansive website, we intend on renewing our commitment to service you, our clients, at the best of our ability. This renewed commitment is also a reflection of our ongoing evolution and dedication to continue to create an environment in which health, fitness, education and community, come together to support an integral approach to life and wellbeing.
We’ll do our best to continue to offer you a wide range of health and fitness classes that are reflective of our integral approach, from the latest contemporary fitness creation of our talented instructors, to the much needed use of the ancient health and spiritual practices of the East as in Yoga and Tai Chi. Now more than ever, the integration between the scientific and more body-focused approach of West and the ancient wisdom practices of the East, is an essential element to help us support the demands of our frantic lifestyles. If seen as two aspects of an all-encompassing approach to health, integrating contemporary fitness and ancient practices in a balanced blend of life supporting activities make just perfect sense. Read more >>
Fitness Center Hours
Weekdays 6am to 9pm
Weekends 7am to 5pm
Classes daily. Check the schedule to find just the right one for you.
23A Orinda Way
Orinda, CA 94563
Ample free parking in the rear.
- 7:30 am - Vinyasa Yoga I-II*
- 8:30 am - Cardio Pump
- 9:30 am - Vinyasa Yoga I-II*
- 10:00 am - TRX
- 5:00 pm - Functional Fitness
- 6:00 pm - Cardio Blitz
In Forma Services
- Fitness Center with a full line of Strength and Cardio Equipment
- Yoga, Pilates and Fitness Studio
- Barre and TRX Classes
- Extensive Fitness & Cardio Program
- Full Yoga Program
- Amazing Personal Training Staff
- Pilates Program on Mat & Reformer
- Nutritional Consulting
- Parkinson's Exercise Therapy Group
- Workshops & Specialty Classes
- Yoga/Fitness Props and More