• Zumba

    $9.00$70.00

    Saturdays, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

    Get a great aerobic workout when you practice this Latin-inspired dance exercise routine.
    • Ages: Adults and mature teens 16+
    • Session: Weekly (ongoing)
    • Instructor: Robin Goodrich
    • Location: CCAC's new home (3412 Clifton Ave)
    • Payment options:
      • $9/ single class
      • $70/ 10-class pass
    Robin Goodrich Meet Robin, whose true passion has always been music!  Robin has over 10 years of experience in teaching Zumba Fitness™, with certifications in various Zumba™ formats, such as Zumba™ Basic 1 & 2, Zumba Gold™, Zumba Kids & Kids Jr. ™ & Zumba Step™. She also specializes in Zumba™ World Rhythms, such as African, Jamaican, Indian and Brazilian rhythms, as well as CIRCL Mobility™ & Cardio Drumming. Robin is a versatile and dynamic instructor who can adapt to different fitness levels and preferences. Robin started teaching at CCAC in winter semester 2012 and is thrilled to be back at CCAC’s new location. She has also taught at various fitness centers and community venues, such as Mercy Healthplex, Trihealth Fitness Pavilion, Westwood, Northside and Finneytown. Robin offers a medium impact Zumba™ class that incorporates higher & lower level modifications. She welcomes all fitness levels and ensures that everyone feels successful in her classes. She uses both verbal and non-verbal cues to guide the participants through the routines. If you are looking for a fun and effective way to stay fit and healthy, join Robin’s Zumba class and get ready to groove to the beat! 🎶
  • Tuesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 pm

    Tai Chi is the slow, meditative Chinese martial art practiced to promote health, balance, mental calm, and clarity. Come and join us to learn and practice this profound and wonderful art. No previous experience is necessary.
    • Ages: Adults and Mature Teens 14+
    • Session: Ongoing, meets year-round. Class will be on break from May 28 - July 2, resuming on July 9.
    • Instructor: Uri Sella
    • Cost: Pay-what-you-can (suggested donation of $5/class.) Pay online below or in person before class with cash/check
    • Class Location: CCAC's new home (3412 Clifton Ave)
    • How to Register: Email classes@cliftonculturalarts.org with “Tai Chi” in the subject line.
    This is a "Pay-what-you-can" class! We determine the "suggested donation" amount based on the absolute minimum that it costs the center to run this class. If that amount is out of your reach today, enter an amount that you are comfortable with in the box below, then hit "donate" to register. If you can afford it, we encourage you to pay the "suggested donation" amount (or more) so CCAC can continue offering creative experiences that are available and accessible to everyone! If you do not see a "donate" option, the program is full.
    Uri Sella Uri grew up in Israel, where he served in the Israeli army and studied law. Upon graduation, he clerked on the Israeli Supreme Court and, in 1994, moved to New York City to start a career as a corporate lawyer. In New York, he discovered a passion to express himself with paint. Twice a week, after a long day in the office, he would shed his suit and tie and travel downtown to attend Jack Potter’s evening classes on drawing and composition at the School of Visual Arts. Several years later, he decided to abandon the practice of law and joined his wife in Cincinnati. Upon the birth of his first child, he became a stay-at-home father. He also studies and teaches tai chi.
  • Pilates Class Payments

    $10.00$80.00

    Mondays and Fridays, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. and Thursdays, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

    Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core strength. This helps to improve general fitness and overall well-being. Similar to Yoga, Pilates concentrates on posture, balance and flexibility. Pilates also focuses on the mind-body connection. Class payment options:
    • $10 per class for a single class
    • $80 for a 10 class pass
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

    The Nia technique is an expressive body-mind movement and fitness program incorporating dance, martial arts and healing arts, including yoga. It is a cardiovascular program that uses whole-body, expressive, grounded movement. Nia is adaptable to most levels of fitness, age and body types. Class payment options:
    • $10 per class for a single class
    • $6 per class for students (with a valid student ID) and seniors (over 65 years)
    • $80 for a 10 class pass
    • $140 for a 20 class pass
  • Wednesdays, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.

    Connect with your creativity by practicing mindful movements and meditation surrounded by art. All levels welcome, beginner-friendly. (This wellness class is offered in collaboration with World Peace Yoga and is timed to coincide with the exhibit HAIRitage, presented by CCAC's "New Woman" artist-in-residence, Erin Smith Glenn.)
    • Session: March 13 - March 27 (3 weeks)
    • Ages: Adults and mature teens 16+
    • Instructor: World Peace Yoga
    • Location: CCAC's new home (3412 Clifton Ave)
    • Payment options:
      • $18/ drop-in
      • $45/ 3-week session
    World Peace Yoga Created and operating in Clifton on Ludlow Ave. since 2005, World Peace Yoga is a modern yoga studio inspired by ancient wisdom and practices. Our classes are designed with the intention for you to connect with and manifest your most authentic self. We believe the practice of yoga is a form of self-love and self-acceptance. World Peace Yoga works to create a brave space that honors ALL bodies to explore and nourish their physical, emotional, and spiritual self. As a developing, fluid, and ever-transforming studio, we teach a spiritual, holistic approach to yoga with classes, programs, and events that encourage each person to leave a legacy of a life well-lived, a life of compassion and love. We believe the practices of yoga are for any living, breathing body. The only requirement for yoga practice is to breathe. You don’t have to look, dress, or be any way but yourself. This is your practice, your choice, your consent. You are invited to come as you are, allow for pause, and be open to change. The practices of yoga have the ability to move our lives in a positive way, deepening awareness and mindfulness, and it is important that all are welcome and have access. This is what we mean when we say we offer “yoga for people who breathe.” World Peace Yoga is ecstatic about collaborating with the CCAC to offer wellness classes, such as mindful movement, meditation, and yoga in the gallery and on the rooftop. You are in for a beautiful experience.

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