Magna Recreation Center
3270 South 8400 West, Magna UT 84044 • 385-468-1835
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Take this introductory course to learn how and when to use the cardiovascular equipment and weight machines.
You will be shown hot to adjust the settings, understand the principles behind weight lifting and proper body mechanics and how to start a training program.
You will also receive a workout logbook to get started!
Preregistration and parental signature required.
Wear comfortable, loose fitting gym clothing and have fun!
Yoga for relaxation which includes stretches and yogic breathing, leaving the body restored and soothes stress.
A free form yoga style that is great for increasing flexibility. It includes spine warmers (namaskars), and variations on poses such as laterals, twists, asymmetries and partial postures in order to access all the parts of the body and leave the student feeling unblocked and free.
Featuring Jazzercise, Jazzercise Express, Jazzercise Sculpt, Jazzercise Circuit, and Jazzercise Personal Touch.
Crank up the energy and burn calories fast in this high-intensity cardiovascular class. Free with your pass or purchase a day pass.
Get up and go in this 60 minute workout tailored to include easy to follow, low-impact movement, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and range of motion exercises. A variety of equipment and tools will be used as well as a chair for support and modifications as needed.
40 minutes of Pilates mat work with an emphasis on core strength, muscular balance, breathing and flexibility combined with 20 minutes of Yoga.
You must be at least 16 years old to use our fitness room and equipment. However, with additional certification, 14 and 15 year olds are eligible to use the equipment through our Youth Weight Room Certification Program. Certification Class is held the first Friday of every month at 5:00pm. Registration must be done in person.
|The Division's Adaptive Recreation Program offers a variety of specialized recreation programming for individuals with disabilities.
Salt Lake County Adaptive Recreation
|The Division does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. Accommodations will be provided free of charge upon request.|
Salt Lake County Inclusion Policy