Fitness classes, massage, and Quiet Minds

HealthWorks has arranged a variety of onsite services for employees.

Classes and massage with a charge are reimbursable through the Trade Time for Fitness program.

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Massage

Available for employees. Sitting in a massage chair opens back muscles, relieves strain on the neck and provides relaxation for eyes. Just a few minutes of massage to the neck, back, arms and hands can increase circulation, returning energy levels and helping keep the body injury free.

Blue Mountain Healing Arts

Provided by Anna Preston (Blue Mountain Healing Arts)

Times and location

  • Third Thursday of the month, 1-5 p.m., Eden Prairie Library, Room varies between the small conference and large meeting room

Cost

  • 10 minutes for $12
  • 20 minutes for $24

Appointments

A sign-up sheet is located in the Eden Prairie Library workroom. Questions? Contact Anna at 612-232-8694 or email info@bluemountainhealingarts.com.

Bodywork by Reka

Provided by therapist Reka Laeger-Hagemeister (Bodywork by Reka).

Times and location

  • Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., HealthWorks offices, Government Center, SW street level

Cost

  • 20 minutes for $25 

Appointments

Call Reka at 507-456-8222 or email info@bodyworkbyreka.com

Rafa House Therapeutics

Provided by Patricia Arana (Rafa House Therapeutics).  

Times and location

  • Fourth Thursday of the month, Northwest Family Service Center, Room 374

Cost

  • 10 minutes for $15
  • 20 minutes for $25
  • 30 minutes for  $35

Appointments

Rafa services and treatments

View and schedule appointments - select Hennepin County from the All Service Categories drop down

Pilates

Isolates and tones core stabilizing muscles for better posture and core strength. Helps tone and lengthen muscles. 

Provided by Fit to Live. Please bring a mat or towel.

Time and location

Cost

  • $60 for 6 sessions ($57 for 6 sessions if 8-9 people in class, $54 for 6 sessions if 10 or more people in class) 

Quiet Minds

Quiet Minds is a 20 minute practice of quiet time, meditation and stillness during the workday.  There is a designated start time at 12:20 and end time at 12:40, but the time is not guided.  It is designed for individuals familiar with meditation or other quiet practice.  

Time and location

  • Tuesdays, 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. in the Government Center, HealthWorks Conference Room (street level, SW corner)

Cost

  • There is no cost to attend

Registration

  • Drop-in, no registration required

Tai Chi

Traditional Chinese exercise, practiced for centuries. Slow, relaxed postures are a form of moving meditation. Promotes deeper breathing, improved balance, and stress management. 

Classes include warm-ups, standing mediation and form instruction on Cheng-man Ch'ing Yang-Style form. Wear loose-fitting clothing and comfortable shoes.

Each session requires a minimum of five students.

Six-week introductory classes start January 10. Returning students are permitted to attend any of the offered class times. Contact instructor for details.

Times and location

Tuesdays at

  • 11:15 - 11:45 a.m., Government Center, Room A-610
  • Noon - 12:30 p.m., Government Center, Room A-610
  • 12:40 - 1:10 p.m., Government Center, Room A-610
  • 4 - 5 p.m., Government Center, Room C2350*

*On February 7, the 4-5 class will be held in Government Center, Room A410. 

Cost

Payment due on the first day you attend. Cash or check only. Checks payable to Julie Cisler

  • $64 for six weeks
  • $15 per class for individual sessions

Attending a single class

Because a sequence of movements is part of the curriculum, and due to the short class time, persons attending a single class are encouraged to attend the first or second week class is offered. You may be allowed to attend as a single-class student for later sessions, contingent on approval of the instructor.

Registration

Email Julie Cisler at juliecisler13@hotmail.com or call 612-876-7915.

Yoga

Twin Cities Metro Yoga

Twin Cities Metro Yoga’s classes are low impact and more restorative, designed especially for the workday. You’ll learn how different breathing techniques can change your mood and how to include yoga in your daily life. Guided relaxation and imagery are included. The 45-minute class format is designed to accommodate all skill levels. Please bring your own mat. Blocks and straps provided.

Times and location 

Mondays, 11:15 a.m. to noon* 

  • Government Center, Employee Development Center (next to HealthWorks)

*No class on October 31  

Fridays, 12:15 to 1 p.m.*

  • Government Center, Employee Development Center (next to HealthWorks) 

*No class on November 4 and November 11

Cost

  • $45 for 4 week class card

Registration

Call 651-730-5548 or email Nita Miller at millerwhite@comcast.net.

Fit to Live

Times and location 

Gentle Yoga

Yoga for Every-Body

  • Tuesdays, 12:10 to 12:55 p.m., Grain Exchange, suite 806
  • Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 p.m., North Minneapolis Human Service Center, community room 115
  • Thursdays, 12:30 to 1:15 p.m., Ridgedale Library, room 172  

Cost and registration

Call Fit to Live at 612-722-6571 or email Linda Simon at linda.simon@usfamily.net.

Zumba

A fun cardio workout with easy dance steps done to a Latin and international beat. Toning can be added to help you be totally fit. Please bring mat or towel.

Provided by Fit to Live.

Time and location

Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., North Minneapolis Human Service Center, community room 115

Cost

  • $48 for 6 sessions

Registration 

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