Spring Quarter Dates: 4/8-6/7

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Train to Run

No matter where you are in your running career we will work on goal setting and improving running efficiency and overall performance. One day a week will be speed work at the track. The other day will be to hone in on pacing and to get a feel for the road/trail. Special attention to running form, working smarter not harder and how to best prevent injury is integrated into each workout. The focus is on fun and overall wellness.

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation
Tuesday/Thursday7:00 AM – 7:50 AMAll LevelsRachel AumannCobb Track/AOERC Upstairs

Bio

Rachel has been at Stanford in various positions since 2007 and currently works in the Dean of Students Office. She came to running and triathlon her mid-20s and discovered the incredible benefits running had to mind, body and soul and lives to share this discovery with others. She currently competes in mostly mid-distances trail races and has delved into competition in nearly all distances up to 30 miles. Now a certified run coach through RRCA and with 10 years of training and competition experience, Rachel hopes to help the Stanford community get the most out of their running, regardless of their overall fitness goals.

Fees

Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Golf

Beginning
Learn the fundamentals of grip, stance, alignment & posture. We will cover all basic aspects the student will need to play nine holes. We will introduce putting, chipping full & partial swing. The basic rules and etiquette will be covered also.

Advanced Beginning
Previous experience required either beginning golf or some basic knowledge. Refine the golf swing with our focus on learning how the ball flight laws effect where the ball goes. Work on developing a more consistent and repeatable golf swing with an emphasis on the impact position. Discuss swing plane and path and how these effect where the golf ball goes.

Intermediate
Take your game to the next level an emphasis will be placed on learning how to improve your ability to score. The short game will be a major focus in this class. Students will be encouraged to play on the golf course and bring scorecards to their instructor. We will discuss how to hit different shots high, low, right to left and left to right.D

Instructors will have practice clubs and balls available for use during classes. They can help guide you to select the proper items if you wish to make purchases for your own use but it is not required that you have your own clubs and balls for class.

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $205/twice per week, $155/once per week
Staff and faculty: $260/twice per week, $200/once per week
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $315/twice per week, $245/once per week
*Please note that there is no BeWell rate for golf classes.*

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Monday/Wednesday10:30-11:30 AMIntermediateJake HuttDriving Range 
Monday/Wednesday11:30-12:30 PMBeginningJake HuttDriving Range 
Tuesday/Thursday10:30-11:30 AMBeginningJake HuttDriving Range 
Tuesday/Thursday11:30-12:30 PMIntermediateJake HuttDriving Range 
Tuesday/Thursday5:15-6:15 PMBeginningKurt UchiyamaDriving Range 
Tuesday/Thursday6:30-7:30 PMIntermediateKurt UchiyamaDriving Range 
Friday12:00-1:30 PMBeginningPhil MaroneDriving Range 
Friday3:30-5:00 PMAdvanced beginningPhil MaroneDriving Range 
Friday5:15-6:45 PMBeginningPhil MaroneDriving Range 

Tennis

Tennis classes will cover rules, technique, and general play. Learn and develop skills by playing with other participants of similar skill level.

Beginning: This course will focus on teaching the following skills: Forehand, backhand, serve, and net play; rules and scoring

Intermediate: This course is designed to review the fundamental strokes and their use in a game situation along with singles and doubles tactics. Prerequisite: average ability in fundamental strokes, and regular playing experience; NTRP rating of 3.0 or equivalent.

Advanced: This course focuses on drills that emphasize footwork, serve and return, approach shots, volleys, lobs, and overheads. Student will also learn strategies for competition in singles and doubles. Prerequisite: above average strokes and game playing ability; NTRP equivalent rating of 4.0 or above.

Note: Non-marking tennis shoes are required for class.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own racquets. There will be a few available to borrow.

Instructor/Location

Corinne Mansourian, Matt Thornton and Thor Holt
West Campus Courts

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Tuesday/Thursday12:00 – 12:50 PMIntermediateThor HoltWest Courts
Monday/Wednesday10:00 – 10:50 AMBeginningCorinne MansourianWest Courts 
Monday/Wednesday11:00 – 11:50 AMIntermediateCorinne MansourianWest Courts 
Monday/Wednesday1:00 – 1:50 PMIntermediateCorinne MansourianWest Courts 
Monday/Wednesday2:00 – 2:50 PMAdvancedCorinne MansourianWest Courts
Friday11:30 – 1:10 PMIntermediateMatt ThorntonWest Courts

Ashtanga Yoga

Mysore is a guided self practice. This is a personal teaching style designed for your background in yoga. All skill levels are welcome and this is an open studio and available for participants to drop in at their convenience between 11am- 1pm.

Instructor/Location

Anne Finstad, Beata Skrzypacz, Robbie Cavallero
Ford Racquetball Courts

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $50
Staff and faculty: $60
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $70
*Please note that there is no BeWell rate for Ashtanga Yoga.*

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation
Monday- Friday11 AM- 1 PMAll levelsStaffFord Racquetball Courts

Pre & Post-Natal Fitness Program

Motherhood is a huge life transition! Our experienced instructors create a safe, supportive, nurturing environment to empower women through this transformative experience while also providing the opportunity to connect with other mothers. The pace of our classes accommodate the needs of all pre and post-natal mothers. Quarterly program fee allows access to both classes.

Days, Time, Location & Instructor

DaysTimesLevelInstructorLocation 
Wednesday1:30 – 2:20 PMPre/Post Natal Cardio Strength Rec ClassLinda ManuelAOERC Studio 111
Thursday11:30 – 12:20 PMPre/Post Natal Yoga Rec ClassSharon DawsonAOERC Studio 111

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Beginning/Intermediate Olympic Weightlifting

This class will help develop the skills and strength necessary to perform the Olympic Lift (snatch & clean and jerk). Appropriate for beginners looking for first-time instruction, as well intermediate lifters looking to improve their foundations with hands-on coaching and progressions of the Olympic Lifts. The class will also include progressive programming to improve strength specific to the Olympic Lifts and will span 8 weeks.

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Tuesday/Thursday4:30 – 6:00 PMBeginningIrina VitmanAO Training Studio
Tuesday/Thursday6:00 – 7:30 PMIntermediate/AdvancedIrina VitmanAO Training Studio

Instructor: Irina Vitman
Location: AOERC Personal Training Studio, Room 112

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $150
Staff and faculty: $195
Fellow/Visiting Scholar/Post-Doc: $150
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $225

1 section, 8-week class, capped at 10 lifters.

Gymnastics

Learn the basic fundamentals of Gymnastics. This class will introduce participants to all gymnastics apparatus; Floor Exercise, Vault, High Bar, Uneven Bars, Trampoline, Rings, Tumble Track, Pommel Horse, Balance Beam and Parallel Bars. Instruction will include flexibility, strength, tumbling basics, fundamental on all apparatus and basic spotting. Prerequisites: Willingness to work hard at things that may be scary or difficult and that require some strength and flexibility. No prior gymnastics experience is required.

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

1x/week Students/Post-docs: $35
Staff and faculty: $70
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $75
BeWell: $35
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Monday/Wednesday12:00 – 12:50 PMBeginningNate Bart/Tommy TannenbuamFord
Tuesday/Thursday10:30 – 12:45 PMBeginning/IntermediateNate Bart/Tommy TannenbuamFord
Friday10:30 – 12:20 PMTumbling, Strength & FlexibilityNate Bart/Tommy TannenbuamFord

Squash

Learn how to play squash safely and effectively by learning the tactics, technique and rules of this fast-paced, exciting game! Racquets, balls, and eye protection are provided, non-marking shoes are requested.D

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Monday/Wednesday2:00 – 2:50 PMAll levelsMatthew BernsteinACSR Squash Courts 

Badminton

Badminton classes will cover rules, technique, and general play. Learn and develop skills by playing with other participants of similar skill level.

Beginning:

This course is designed to teach the basic skills necessary to play the game of badminton.  Fitness and training principles will be discussed as well as singles and doubles strategy.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own racquets. There will be a few available to borrow.

Instructor/Location

Matthew Thornton
AOERC Basketball Courts

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Monday/Wednesday11:30 – 12:20 PMIntermediate BadmintonMatt ThorntonAOERC Courts

Basketball

Intermediate Basketball

Although this course is designed for players of intermediate to advanced skill level, it is open to anyone hoping to improve as a player.

The focus will be placed on individual skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding, defending, and post play. Team offensive and defensive principles will be taught through intra-class competition.

Instructor/Location

Matthew Thornton
AOERC Basketball Courts

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $60
Staff and faculty: $110
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120
BeWell: $60
(eligible Stanford staff and faculty who have completed their SHALA in the current year)

Dates/Times

DayTimeLevelInstructorLocation 
Monday/Wednesday10:30 – 11:20 AMIntermediate Basketball SkillsMatt ThorntonAOERC Courts

Climbing

This course is designed to give beginners an introduction to indoor rock climbing. No prior rock climbing experience or knowledge is required. Topics covered include belaying skills (properly using the top-rope safety system), bouldering & spotting technique, climbing grade scales, types of handholds, and basic footwork.

Fees
Students/Post-docs: $100
Staff and faculty: $120
Alumni, hospital employees, partners, spouses, retirees, dependents over 18: $120

Dates/Times

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