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CLOVERDALE REVEILLE, CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21,2011 -- Page 11 I Evolve Fitness Studio brings group exercise classes to Cloverdale. The studio is located above Antiques & Uniques, 124 S. Cloverdale Blvd. Suite 134. Pictured are Rachel Messenger, left, who teaches Pilates; Maria :Alvarez, who started Evolve and coaches indoor spin classes; Marie Gronewold, yoga teacher; Anastasia Raschke who teaches African Dance- North Bay Style and Nancy Freitas, who teaches Yamuna Body Rolling. Evolve Fitn Studio offers variety of exercise cl Five women have joined together Freitas says "Yamuna Body Rolling i. to offer a wide range of fitness op- improves core fitness, range of mo- tions for Cloverdale, all under one tion, posture and can prevent and roof. Evolve Fitness Studio is locat- repair injuries." The drop-in fee is ed in Suite 134, on the second floor $10 per class or $30 for a month of )above Antiques & Uniques, at 124 classes. q S. Cloverdale Blvd. Instructors of- Rachel Messenger teaches Pilates fer classes that are affordable and at Evolve, which focuses on the fun- fun so that participants can get and damentals of both classic and con- ~stay healthy and strong. There are temporary Pilates. The principles no sign-up fees and no membership focus on core stabilization and :: dues. You pay as you go. Discounts alignment of the abdominals, pel- are available when you purchase vic area and back, using specific ex- multi-class packages. Call 707-635- ercises which strengthen, lengthen '. 8239 for the studio's hotline and and stabilize. Students experience updated schedule information, the benefits of increased flexibility, Classes take place Monday added strength, balance and pos- ~through Saturday starting at 6:15 ture. There are two classes each a.m. There are also evening classes week on Monday and Thursday at several days a week. Currently 9 a.m. yoga, pilates, indoor cycling (spin- Yoga is taught by Marie Grone- ning), strength, body rolling and wold twice a week, on Tuesday African dance are offered. As new from 6 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from i certified instructors come on board, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. There is no charge ~new c~fi'~Si~s~-i|l become a~ffable.~ ...... f~ ~the firm cl~i'ss "and $5 for drop- Maria Alvarez started Evolve and teaches indoor cycling which "uses indoor bikes that mimic the ~experience of riding a road bike. Students get on their bikes, the i lights are dimmed and then "music and coaching are added to create an -~ experience that is a cross between meditation on a bike and a dance party on a bike. It is the most fun way to burn 400 to 600 calories in , one hour," Alvarez said. The cost is $5 to drop-in and $60 for 30 days, , equal to 16 or 17 classes. Nancy Freitas teaches Yamuna Body Rolling, a healing and fitness system which begins with bone stimulation and stimulates muscles to lengthen and realign the body, 'eliminating structural imbalances. • Business After Hours, presented by the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce this Thursday, Sept. 22 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. It is being hosted by La Reva Myles and her Sky Ranch Productions & In- vestments and Sky Ranch Culi- nary Events at the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pedroncelli Winery is the evening's featured wine pourer. There is no admis- sion charge, but please bring business cards and your business promotional material to share with other area business people. If you would like to host an up- coming mixer, contact Neena Hanchett at 894-3339. • River Rock Casino celebrates California Indian Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25. The cultural celebration hon- ors California's Native American residents and explores their deep-rooted and unique culture. The day will begin with a Native American blessing and dance performances from various groups. Fry bread, Indian tacos and other traditional foods and crafts will also be showcased. For more information call 857-2777 or visit www.riverrockcasino.com. • Redwood Credit Union has been named an SBA Preferred Lender by the U.S. Small Business Ad- ministration through its Pre- ferred Lender Program. That designation allows RCU to streamline the loan process and provide faster approvals and funding to local small businesses, shaving about two weeks off the loan process, said Michael Downey, Senior Vice President of Business Services for RCU. Dominic Haxton,left, grandson of ins after that. She also offers month- George and Nancy Rivas, was a Post ly rates. Production Assistant, in the recently African Dance-North Bay Style is released movie, TheHelp. His name taught by Anastasia Raschke, who is in the credits. He enjoyed working has been dancing most of her life. at the studio amongst the cast and Her class is on Thursdays at 6:45 crew. He was asked to give atour of p.m. Raschke is a psychologist who Dream Works Studio to Stephen treats women with eating disorders and has found that dance, specifi- Spielberg, who owns the studio. He cally with African rhythms, is a asked Dominic about himself. healing activity. "It helps a woman Dominic t01d him that he became to feel so much better about her interested in 01d movies that he ownbody. Ajoyfulcommunityde- watched with his grandmother, velops when a woman dances in Adre0ne Haxt0n. Dominic has been the company of other women (and very busy since he graduated from also with the few men who dare to USC on May, 11 2007, where he join in.) "Dancing increases radiant health, diminishes depression, anx- received his Bachelor of Fine Arts - iety and a multitude of other dis- Writing For Screen and Televis0n tresses," Raschke added. Degree. lib nor I SoulCollage Workshop Created by Seena Frost- Facilitated by Amanda West Are you ready to step out and spend a day in a small group being creative, sharing stories, and having fun? Amanda West is a Marriage and Family Therapist who's been leading groups for many years. Recently, she took a workshop to learn about the SoulCollage process. She loves the way it helps people gain access to their feelings. If you are curious about your person- ality, and you are looking for a more intimate relation- ship with yourself, this one-day workshop, to be held on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is for you. SoulCollage is a personal process of uncovering and reawakening our essence. It is a journey to open one's heart and mind and to listen to our internal voices. It can help us understand who we are and why we re- spond the way we do. For questions call 894-4826 and talk to Maggie. A $5 donation is requested. Better Balance with Vanessa Kettler On Tuesdays in October, between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m., The Cloverdale Senior Center will be hosting a series of four 60-minute classes on improving your balance, taught by Vanessa Kettler. The goal of the Better Bal- ance series is to teach participants an exercise routine which will increase steadiness and stability if practiced consistently. This series is appropriate for anyone Interested m improving their balance, including people who use walkers or canes, those who have had a fall or near fall, or anyone who is afraid of fallIng. Those with peripher- al neuropathy, especially neuropathy of the feet, will also greatly benefit. Each of the four classes will as well focus on particu- lar interests using additional exercises: Class 1 - How do we actually improve our balance? Class 2 - Strengthening the legs Class 3 - The spine & increasIng core strength Class 4 - Arthritis & injury rehabilitation Vanessa currently teaches exercise for active elders throughout Sonoma County. Many students are amazed at their improvement. She has taught exercise within SRJC's Older Adult Program for over 11 years, and recently presented a seminar on Fall Prevention at the Cloverdale Senior Center. Vanessa is also a profes- sional dancer with an abiding interest in improving balance as we get older. Donation is just $12 for all four classes. Sign up now at the Center, or call 894-4826. Classic cars and motorcycles brought a number of people to downtown Cloverdale for the 18th were almost 200 vehicles entered. Larry Robinson photo A classic coupe. Larry Robinson photo The 2011 Best of Show-Car trophy. Another classic from the 1930s was among the many Steve Tice photo Car & Motorcycle Show. Steve Tice photo $1 Drafts •$1 Hot Dogs $1 Nachos. ;1 Chili annual show. 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