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April 08, 2020

Adaptive Spin

In a challenging yet safe workout, we will pedal our way to increased fitness through simulated terrain accompanied by great tunes and energy pumping drills. For an upper body workout, Krank Cycle bikes are also available for use. 

This class will be taught by integrating the Kranckcycle, which is an upper body erg that allows participants of all abilities to experience a spin class.

9:30-10:15 am

Chinook 20
What to bring: Dress comfortably and bring water. 

Open to all WSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, Moscow and Pullman Community members and advocates

Event partner: UREC

Adaptive Spin Registration
two students using different machines for spin class

Adaptive Pink Gloves Boxing

Let's work to reveal the champion within ourselves in this circuit-style, non-contact boxing format with values rooted in women's empowerment and community! Gloves are required and will be available for use.

Pink Gloves Boxing is a fitness boxing conditioning class available to participants of all mobility and ability levels! Exercises may be done in seated or standing positions.

10:30-11:15 am

Chinook 30
What to bring: Dress comfortably and bring water. 

Open to all WSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, Moscow and Pullman Community members and advocates

Event partner: UREC

Adaptive Pink Glove Boxing Registration
girl in a boxing class punching a bag

Qigong: Moving Meditation

Qigong is a centuries old form of traditional medicine from China that incorporates slow movement, breathing and intention.  This form of exercise helps provide balance and awareness in the body by encouraging your own body's healing ability unblock stagnation. Liz Lee has is a Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner with over 20 years of experience. Liz currently practices at Pullman Regional Hospital with Summit Therapy.

3:00-4:00 pm

Chinook 150 (holds up to 240 participants)

Open to all WSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, Moscow and Pullman Community members and advocates

Presentation partner: Pullman Regional

Qigong: Moving Meditation Registration
yin yang logo

The Weight of Water: Documentary Showing and Author Q&A with Buddy Levy

The Weight of Water is a story of a blind man balancing fear in the chaos of kayaking whitewater rapids . . . not to mention drowning, and the powerful desire to be free from a prison of darkness. He embarks, alone in his own boat, into the home of the most iconic whitewater in the world, the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.

5:30- 8:00 pm

CUB Auditorium 

Open to all WSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, Moscow and Pullman Community members and advocates

Weight of Water Registration