Lululemon Athletica 2956 College Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 Located in Berkeley, Lululemon Athletica is a provider of athletic apparel and accessories for dancing, running and…More yoga. Committed to serving its community, this Lululemon Athletica additionally offers patrons in-store events, complimentary yoga classes and workshops, including self-defense, Run Club and more.
Berkeley Ballet Theater 2640 College Ave, Berkeley, CA94704 The Berkeley Ballet Theater offers classical ballet training for children and adults. It has classes each week in…More pre-ballet, beginning and intermediate pointe, pas de deux, advanced ballet and ballet fundamentals. It also puts on special shows like Sleeping Beauty every spring and performs The Nutcracker in the winter. Furthermore, it provides free movement classes for people with Parkinson's disease on the first, third and fifth Wednesday of every month.
Hipline Dance Fitness 3167 College Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 Hipline Dance Fitness is a dance and fitness studio for women. It offers such classes as belly dancing, dance cardio,…More and its signature "Shimmy Pop" and "Shimmy Flow" classes. Classes are led by professional trainers and dancers and are open to women of all skill levels and ages. Hipline offers a variety of monthly pass types and class packages. Workshops also are offered occasionally as well. To view an entire class schedule, visit the website provided.
LaFoot Plus 2917 College Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 LaFoot Plus is a sports and wellness center located on College Avenue. It stocks a wide variety of quality footwear,…More including running, walking and court shoes. It also provides custom shoe fitting that uses your personal biomechanics and Optimal Performance Index System shoe data. Other products at the store include wrist, elbow, knee and ankle braces that are specially designed to alleviate pain. LaFoot Plus also offers physical therapy services to customers.
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 1940 Virginia St, Berkeley, CA94709 Intervarsity Christian Fellowship is an evangelical campus mission that serves students and faculty at college campuses…More across the country. Cal Christian Fellowship is part of a family of ministries at Berkeley, including three ethnic-specific ministries and a Greek ministry. The ministries provide a variety of weekly activities such as small group gatherings, large group gatherings, flag football, basketball and other intramural sports and community outreach programs.
Maybeck High School is a private, teacher-run school that was founded in 1972 in Berkeley and has been at its current…More campus since 2009. The school offers small classes lead in a seminar-style and begins each academic year with a school-wide camping trip.</p>
<p>With approximately 120 enrolled students, Maybeck High’s curriculum includes a Special Programs session every spring: students spend two weeks engaging in a specialized activity in their interest area such as sports, theater arts and international travel.</p>
<p>The school is located in the education wing of St. John’s Presbyterian Church, although it is not affiliated with the church.</p>
UC-Berkeley Hearst Gym 200 Hearst Gymnasium , Bekeley, CA94720 Cal's physical education classes (distinct from recreational or intercollegiate sports) are headquartered in…More this campus architectural treasure, designed by Julia Morgan, architect of Hearst Castle. Cal patroness Phoebe Hearst (William Randolph's mother) felt it was important that a female architect build what was originally Cal's gymnasium for women. The building is showing its age, but its marble-lined pools and deck are still open for recreational swimming, swim classes and sunbathing. Until 1979, when the facility went co-ed, patrons were required to wear campus-issued one-piece flapper-style swimsuits, complete with modesty panels, that were boiled after each wearing to help keep germs out of the interstices of the pools' marble lining. These suits took on a lot of water, so it was impossible to swim very fast while wearing them. The small West Pool, also marble-lined, opens off the women's locker room and is for women only. It's popular with older women for water-exercise classes. There's also a women's-only clothing-optional sun deck. The building also has plenty of old-school exercise rooms, including two with sprung floors for dance classes. Men's and women's lockers are available for rent per semester. Visit the website for recreational swim hours at Cal's four pools, including Hearst.