Events and Classes

Apr
22
Mon
2019
Flow Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 22 @ 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Flow, commonly called vinyasa yoga, is a practice where postures are linked with breath work. This one hour class will cover the foundations of a flow sequence: sun salutations, standing postures, balance, spine and core strengthening. We will move slowly, focusing on the movements, working on breath, alignment, and modifications if needed. Open to all levels.
 
Join Leah Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9-10 a.m. at the Wellness Center for Flow Yoga. Class is a $10 drop in fee, bring your own mat.
 
For any questions please reach out leah.walldroff@gmail.com.
Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 5-7) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 22 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 5-7) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center

Welcome to Kenpo Ninja Training for Kids Ages 5-7!
— Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday @ 3:30pm
— At the New Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma
— Training in the “Satsop Multipurpose Room” in the Therapy/Gym on the 1st Floor

What will we Learn in Ninja Training?
– Basic Karate Stances, Blocks, Strikes, and Kicks
– Kenpo Escape & Self-Defense Techniques
– Yoga Balance and Flexibility Training
– Exercise Mind and Body
– Improve Coordination
– Ninja Speed and Reflex Training
– Discipline & Self Respect

What should I bring?
— Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to class, so they may hydrate themselves during breaks.

What should I wear?
— Students are encouraged to wear comfortable athletic clothing.

How much does it cost to attend classes?
— Drop In – $10 per class
— 6 Class Punch Card – $50 ($8.33 per class)
— Monthly Prepay – $5 per class:
1 Class per week – $20 every 4 Weeks
2 Classes per week – $40 every 4 Weeks
3 Classes per week – $60 every 4 Weeks

What is Kenpo Self Defense?
— Mixed Martial Art System
— American Kenpo Combines Karate, Kung-Fu, and Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
— Emphasis on Striking with Hands, Elbows, Knees, and Variety of Kicks
— Primary Focus on Practical Self-Defense Application;
Leathality is comparable to Krav Maga and MMA
— Training Includes Learning How to Both Attack and Defend the Groin.

“If the Fight is Not Over in Four Moves or Less, You Are Losing!”
– William Kwai Sun Chow, Founder of the American “Chinese Kempo,” and Primary Teacher of Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo.

— Above average strength and acrobatic ability not required.
— No Jumping, Spinning, or Flipping ten feet in the air to break boards.
— Competition is neither required nor emphasized.
— Disabled and chronically ill people can train and master Kenpo techniques.
— Most techniques can be modified for all injuries and abilities.
— Many students train alongside or after physical therapy.

Kenpo Literally Translates As: “Way of the Fist”
— Emphasis on Body Mechanics and Fighting Principles/Physics
— Not just “How” to do something, but anatomically “Why”

Balance of Warrior & Scholar
— Students are expected to train their body and their mind.
— Open to learning from new experiences and information.
— Student/Teacher as Ying/Yang Relationship (Tiger and Dragon):
To Learn a Technique, you must Practice it a Hundred Times.
To Master a Technique, you must Teach it a Hundred Times.

“The Humble Man Makes Room For Progress,
The Proud Man Believes He Is Already There.”
– Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo

For more information please visit our website at www.KenpoJD.com

Indoor Rock Climbing @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 22 @ 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Our Wellness Center’s new two-story climbing wall will be open to our community as well as physical therapy patients. Our rock wall utilizes an auto-belay system which is a simple way to learn to climb and a fun way to stay active! Instructor, Nicole Shannon provides basic climbing knowledge and safety information to make your climbing experience efficient and enjoyable.

There are three sessions each Thursday. The cost is $10 per hour of instruction. Exact change, check, credit or debit will be accepted at the event. Please wear gym attire and non-marking gym shoes.

Participants must be at least 5 years of age and weigh at least 30 pounds. Those 13 or under must be accompanied by an adult and anyone under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.

To schedule, or for more information, please call 360-346-2298.

Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 8-12) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 22 @ 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 8-12) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center

Welcome to Kenpo Ninja Training for Kids Ages 8-12!
— Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday @ 4:30pm
— At the New Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma

Training in the Therapy/Gym on the 1st Floor
— In the “Satsop Multipurpose Room” on Mondays & Fridays
— On Wednesdays in Front of the Rock Wall

What will we Learn in Ninja Training?
– Basic Karate Stances, Blocks, Strikes, and Kicks
– Kenpo Escape & Self-Defense Techniques
– Yoga Balance and Flexibility Training
– Exercise Mind and Body
– Improve Coordination
– Ninja Speed and Reflex Training
– Discipline & Self Respect

What should I bring?
— Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to class, so they may hydrate themselves during breaks.

What should I wear?
— Students are encouraged to wear comfortable athletic clothing.

How much does it cost to attend classes?
— Drop In – $10 per class
— 6 Class Punch Card – $50 ($8.33 per class)
— Monthly Prepay – $5 per class:
1 Class per week – $20 every 4 Weeks
2 Classes per week – $40 every 4 Weeks
3 Classes per week – $60 every 4 Weeks

What is Kenpo Self Defense?
— Mixed Martial Art System
— American Kenpo Combines Karate, Kung-Fu, and Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
— Emphasis on Striking with Hands, Elbows, Knees, and Variety of Kicks
— Primary Focus on Practical Self-Defense Application;
Leathality is comparable to Krav Maga and MMA
— Training Includes Learning How to Both Attack and Defend the Groin.

“If the Fight is Not Over in Four Moves or Less, You Are Losing!”
– William Kwai Sun Chow, Founder of the American “Chinese Kempo,” and Primary Teacher of Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo.

— Above average strength and acrobatic ability not required.
— No Jumping, Spinning, or Flipping ten feet in the air to break boards.
— Competition is neither required nor emphasized.
— Disabled and chronically ill people can train and master Kenpo techniques.
— Most techniques can be modified for all injuries and abilities.
— Many students train alongside or after physical therapy.

Kenpo Literally Translates As: “Way of the Fist”
— Emphasis on Body Mechanics and Fighting Principles/Physics
— Not just “How” to do something, but anatomically “Why”

Balance of Warrior & Scholar
— Students are expected to train their body and their mind.
— Open to learning from new experiences and information.
— Student/Teacher as Ying/Yang Relationship (Tiger and Dragon):
To Learn a Technique, you must Practice it a Hundred Times.
To Master a Technique, you must Teach it a Hundred Times.

“The Humble Man Makes Room For Progress,
The Proud Man Believes He Is Already There.”
– Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo

For more information please visit our website at www.KenpoJD.com

Kenpo Self-Defense & Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 22 @ 5:45 PM – 6:45 PM
Kenpo Self-Defense & Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center

Welcome to Kenpo Self-Defense & Yoga Training
— Every Monday Evening @ 5:45pm
— At the New Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma
— Training in the Therapy/Gym on the 1st Floor in the “Satsop Multipurpose Room”

What should I bring?
— Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to class, so they may hydrate themselves during breaks.

What should I wear?
— Students are encouraged to wear comfortable athletic clothing.

How much does it cost to attend classes?
— Drop In – $20 per class
— 6 Class Punch Card – $90 ($15 per class)
— 12 Class Punch Card – $150 ($12.50 per class)
— Monthly Prepay – $10 per class:
1 Class per week – $40 every 4 Weeks
2 Classes per week – $80 every 4 Weeks

What is Kenpo Self Defense?
— Mixed Martial Art System
— American Kenpo Combines Karate, Kung-Fu, and Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
— Emphasis on Striking with Hands, Elbows, Knees, and Variety of Kicks
— Primary Focus on Practical Self-Defense Application;
Leathality is comparable to Krav Maga and MMA
— Training Includes Eye Gouging, Effective Groin Strikes, and Neck Breaking

“If the Fight is Not Over in Four Moves or Less, You Are Losing!”
– William Kwai Sun Chow, Founder of the American “Chinese Kempo,” and Primary Teacher of Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo.

— Above average strength and acrobatic ability not required.
— No Jumping, Spinning, or Flipping ten feet in the air to break boards.
— Competition is neither required nor emphasized.
— Disabled and chronically ill people can train and master Kenpo techniques.
— Most techniques can be modified for all injuries and abilities.
— Many students train alongside or after physical therapy.

Kenpo Literally Translates As: “Way of the Fist”
— Emphasis on Body Mechanics and Fighting Principles/Physics
— Not just “How” to do something, but anatomically “Why”

Balance of Warrior & Scholar
— Students are expected to train their body and their mind.
— Open to learning from new experiences and information.
— Student/Teacher as Ying/Yang Relationship (Tiger and Dragon):
To Learn a Technique, you must Practice it a Hundred Times.
To Master a Technique, you must Teach it a Hundred Times.

“The Humble Man Makes Room For Progress,
The Proud Man Believes He Is Already There.”
– Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo

For more information please visit our website at www.KenpoJD.com

Apr
24
Wed
2019
Flow Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 24 @ 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Flow, commonly called vinyasa yoga, is a practice where postures are linked with breath work. This one hour class will cover the foundations of a flow sequence: sun salutations, standing postures, balance, spine and core strengthening. We will move slowly, focusing on the movements, working on breath, alignment, and modifications if needed. Open to all levels.
 
Join Leah Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9-10 a.m. at the Wellness Center for Flow Yoga. Class is a $10 drop in fee, bring your own mat.
 
For any questions please reach out leah.walldroff@gmail.com.
Gentle Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 24 @ 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

Gain stability, strength and flexibility while reducing stress and pain!

Slower paced and less challenging than Flow Yoga, yet with like components of posture alignment and classic yoga. This class is suitable for seniors, those with moderate limitations and others preferring an easier class.

2019 YOGA CLASS PRICES
$30 – New Student – first 4 classes in a row
$15 – Drop In
$80 – 8 Class Punch Card – 2-month expiration
$88 – 8 Class Punch Card – 3-month expiration
$96 – 8 Class Punch Card – 4-month expiration
$8/class – sliding scale and students

Sheri will accept payment directly in the form of cash, check and $15 minimum for credit and debit cards. For more information or with questions, please call or text Sheri at . Participants are encouraged to bring a yoga mat if they have one.

Classes are taught by Sheri Sinclair, yoga instructor and massage therapist. For over 20 years the focus of Sheri’s career has been wellness, starting with becoming a licensed massage therapist in 1995 and in 2001 a certified yoga instructor. She has also completed a 200-hour yoga certification and became certified as a posture alignment specialist. Sheri is passionate about teaching yoga and the importance of posture.

Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 5-7) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 24 @ 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 5-7) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center

Welcome to Kenpo Ninja Training for Kids Ages 5-7!
— Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday @ 3:30pm
— At the New Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma
— Training in the “Satsop Multipurpose Room” in the Therapy/Gym on the 1st Floor

What will we Learn in Ninja Training?
– Basic Karate Stances, Blocks, Strikes, and Kicks
– Kenpo Escape & Self-Defense Techniques
– Yoga Balance and Flexibility Training
– Exercise Mind and Body
– Improve Coordination
– Ninja Speed and Reflex Training
– Discipline & Self Respect

What should I bring?
— Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to class, so they may hydrate themselves during breaks.

What should I wear?
— Students are encouraged to wear comfortable athletic clothing.

How much does it cost to attend classes?
— Drop In – $10 per class
— 6 Class Punch Card – $50 ($8.33 per class)
— Monthly Prepay – $5 per class:
1 Class per week – $20 every 4 Weeks
2 Classes per week – $40 every 4 Weeks
3 Classes per week – $60 every 4 Weeks

What is Kenpo Self Defense?
— Mixed Martial Art System
— American Kenpo Combines Karate, Kung-Fu, and Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
— Emphasis on Striking with Hands, Elbows, Knees, and Variety of Kicks
— Primary Focus on Practical Self-Defense Application;
Leathality is comparable to Krav Maga and MMA
— Training Includes Learning How to Both Attack and Defend the Groin.

“If the Fight is Not Over in Four Moves or Less, You Are Losing!”
– William Kwai Sun Chow, Founder of the American “Chinese Kempo,” and Primary Teacher of Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo.

— Above average strength and acrobatic ability not required.
— No Jumping, Spinning, or Flipping ten feet in the air to break boards.
— Competition is neither required nor emphasized.
— Disabled and chronically ill people can train and master Kenpo techniques.
— Most techniques can be modified for all injuries and abilities.
— Many students train alongside or after physical therapy.

Kenpo Literally Translates As: “Way of the Fist”
— Emphasis on Body Mechanics and Fighting Principles/Physics
— Not just “How” to do something, but anatomically “Why”

Balance of Warrior & Scholar
— Students are expected to train their body and their mind.
— Open to learning from new experiences and information.
— Student/Teacher as Ying/Yang Relationship (Tiger and Dragon):
To Learn a Technique, you must Practice it a Hundred Times.
To Master a Technique, you must Teach it a Hundred Times.

“The Humble Man Makes Room For Progress,
The Proud Man Believes He Is Already There.”
– Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo

For more information please visit our website at www.KenpoJD.com

Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 8-12) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 24 @ 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Kids Kenpo Ninja Class (Ages 8-12) @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center

Welcome to Kenpo Ninja Training for Kids Ages 8-12!
— Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday @ 4:30pm
— At the New Summit Pacific Wellness Center in Elma

Training in the Therapy/Gym on the 1st Floor
— In the “Satsop Multipurpose Room” on Mondays & Fridays
— On Wednesdays in Front of the Rock Wall

What will we Learn in Ninja Training?
– Basic Karate Stances, Blocks, Strikes, and Kicks
– Kenpo Escape & Self-Defense Techniques
– Yoga Balance and Flexibility Training
– Exercise Mind and Body
– Improve Coordination
– Ninja Speed and Reflex Training
– Discipline & Self Respect

What should I bring?
— Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to class, so they may hydrate themselves during breaks.

What should I wear?
— Students are encouraged to wear comfortable athletic clothing.

How much does it cost to attend classes?
— Drop In – $10 per class
— 6 Class Punch Card – $50 ($8.33 per class)
— Monthly Prepay – $5 per class:
1 Class per week – $20 every 4 Weeks
2 Classes per week – $40 every 4 Weeks
3 Classes per week – $60 every 4 Weeks

What is Kenpo Self Defense?
— Mixed Martial Art System
— American Kenpo Combines Karate, Kung-Fu, and Jiu-Jitsu Techniques
— Emphasis on Striking with Hands, Elbows, Knees, and Variety of Kicks
— Primary Focus on Practical Self-Defense Application;
Leathality is comparable to Krav Maga and MMA
— Training Includes Learning How to Both Attack and Defend the Groin.

“If the Fight is Not Over in Four Moves or Less, You Are Losing!”
– William Kwai Sun Chow, Founder of the American “Chinese Kempo,” and Primary Teacher of Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo.

— Above average strength and acrobatic ability not required.
— No Jumping, Spinning, or Flipping ten feet in the air to break boards.
— Competition is neither required nor emphasized.
— Disabled and chronically ill people can train and master Kenpo techniques.
— Most techniques can be modified for all injuries and abilities.
— Many students train alongside or after physical therapy.

Kenpo Literally Translates As: “Way of the Fist”
— Emphasis on Body Mechanics and Fighting Principles/Physics
— Not just “How” to do something, but anatomically “Why”

Balance of Warrior & Scholar
— Students are expected to train their body and their mind.
— Open to learning from new experiences and information.
— Student/Teacher as Ying/Yang Relationship (Tiger and Dragon):
To Learn a Technique, you must Practice it a Hundred Times.
To Master a Technique, you must Teach it a Hundred Times.

“The Humble Man Makes Room For Progress,
The Proud Man Believes He Is Already There.”
– Ed Parker Sr., Founder of American Kenpo

For more information please visit our website at www.KenpoJD.com

Flow Yoga @ Summit Pacific Wellness Center
Apr 24 @ 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM

Gain stability, strength and flexibility while reducing stress and pain!

Posture alignment focused warm ups and classic yoga postures woven into a flow style of yoga. This class is suitable for generally healthy beginners, those with mild limitations and practicing yogis alike.

2019 YOGA CLASS PRICES
$30 – New Student – first 4 classes in a row
$15 – Drop In
$80 – 8 Class Punch Card – 2-month expiration
$88 – 8 Class Punch Card – 3-month expiration
$96 – 8 Class Punch Card – 4-month expiration
$8/class – sliding scale and students

Sheri will accept payment directly in the form of cash, check and $15 minimum for credit and debit cards. For more information or with questions, please call or text Sheri at 360-589-9433. Participants are encouraged to bring a yoga mat if they have one.

Classes are taught by Sheri Sinclair, yoga instructor and massage therapist. For over 20 years the focus of Sheri’s career has been wellness, starting with becoming a licensed massage therapist in 1995 and in 2001 a certified yoga instructor. She has also completed a 200-hour yoga certification and became certified as a posture alignment specialist. Sheri is passionate about teaching yoga and the importance of posture.