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F I T N E S S / W E L L N E S S N E V A D A C O U N T Y L I V I N G A H O M E S E R V I C E S A N D R E L O C A T I O N D I RESOURCES RECTORY Finding the Perfect Fit A s the emphasis on wellness and healthy living continues, there are more and more opportunities avail- able in Nevada County to help us along the path. They range from community programs to city parks and recreation departments to fitness centers, health clubs and the avail- ability of locally grown food. Here are some ideas to help you find the perfect fit for all of your fitness needs. Training Zone: Pine Creek Shopping Center, Grass Valley. New to the area, this medium-sized, full service health club is located in a redesigned, remodeled 15,000 square foot space. The facility offers over 50 classes, new equipment, child care with activities, and plans call for an outdoor chil- dren’s play area. (530) 802-5510. Anytime Fitness: Brunswick Basin, Grass Valley. This store front, family friendly fitness center is open 24/7. It offers classes, wellness, and a get started program with follow-up plan. (530) 652-4680. South Yuba Club: 130 West Berryhill Dr., Grass Valley. A newly renovated club offer- ing a place for workouts and socializing. It has a pool, tennis courts, mind/body and team training rooms, new equipment and a bistro. (530) 272-7676. Fit Culture Studios: 75 Bost Ave., Nevada City. Features personalized eating, exercise and life strategies to fit each unique individual. Personal and group training ses- sions are available as are coaching programs. (530) 265-5342. South Yuba Club: 555 Searls Ave., Neva- da City. Along with a variety of equipment, this facility has a swimming pool, group classes, weight loss program and child care. (530) 470-9100. Gold Country Community Services: LOVE Building, Condon Park, Grass Valley. Organization offers fitness classes for adults of all ages including line dancing and Tai Chi. (530) 615-4541. Grass Valley, it can provide a safe place to start and find your level of comfort. There are four groups – walkers, walk/runners, runners and trail runners. Each has a coach. Participants also learn about other programs that will impact their health and wellness. Sponsored by Trkac Specialty Running Store, Sierra TrailBlazers, Trkac Racing Team and Gilligan’s Hillagains, the annual event is held in the evening. Another option for those serious about running is a marathon, half-marathon and 5K program designed to train for specific races. Sponsored by Trkac Running Store, sessions are held up to three times a year with one set for July. They include track work and long runs two days a week for 10 to 18 weeks. Information/Both Programs: Trkac, (530) 274-4422. BriarPatch Co-op This natural foods community market is a hub for learning about healthy food. Cooking classes, wellness section, local products. Located at 290 Sierra College Dr., Grass Valley, (530) 272-5333. Insight Healthy Living Directory & Magazine Published twice a year, (530) 265-9255. Available on line: insightdirectory.com Recreation Bear River Recreation & Park District, brrpd.org Truckee Donner Recreation and Parks, tdrpd.org Parks Grass Valley – see page 29 Nevada City – see page 41 Truckee – see page 44 Get Moving Program Each spring for the past several years 200 to 250 people show up for Get Moving, a free, 10-week community training program designed for everyone from beginner walk- ers to advanced runners. Held once a week at Nevada Union High School’s track located off Ridge Road in 148 NE VADA COUNTY GO L D Get Moving Training Program Get Up and Go