Keep Up With The Lake House February 9

Fitness and Recreation

SIPOA has modified the face mask requirements as follows:

  • Face masks are required for individuals in indoor settings where people will be gathered for periods longer than 15 minutes and where 6 feet or more of separation cannot be maintained. This includes the library and gathering rooms for events such as meetings, card games, massage, etc. For social gatherings that include food/drink, individuals may remove their masks while actively eating or drinking (and maintaining social distancing.)
  • Individuals who are actively exercising inside the Lake House fitness area may remove masks while exercising. A 6’ distance from other individuals should be maintained.
  • For transient presence (e.g., less than 15 minutes) while traversing from one indoor space to another, face masks and physical distancing of 6 feet are recommended but not required.
  • SIPOA staff is required to wear masks in indoor settings when interacting with individuals where 6 feet distance cannot be maintained.

Please keep in mind that even vaccinated individuals, and those originally believed to be at low risk, continue to be in danger of getting the virus, and perhaps worse, of spreading it to others. If you are concerned about COVID exposure, please continue to wear face masks as your comfort level dictates, and/or move your activities and social interactions outside.

Fitness Classes

The February schedule for fitness and recreation classes is available. To view the schedule, click here. It does not include the semi-private classes listed below.

Class Cancellations:

  • HIIT Boxing scheduled at 8:15 am will be cancelled on Saturday, February 19.
  • Barre Fusion scheduled at 11:35 am will be cancelled on Saturday, February 19.

Semi-Private Series

Sign up now for the following Semi-Private classes offered in February:

Fitness Rewired (Outdoor) Semi-Private Series – This class focuses on cardio, strength, mobility, balance, and overall fitness. It will give you a challenging workout.
-Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 8:30 am – 9:30 am from February 28 – April 1. $150 for the series.
-This class is taught by Kayleigh Breaux and Patti Romano.

Yin Yoga Semi-Private Series – This class is a slow, soothing, and meditative style of yoga where the legs, hips, and lower back are the main benefits.
-Tuesdays at 5:15 pm on 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, and 3/29 (Please note, no class on 3/22). $56 for the series.
-This class is taught by Natasha Stevens

Chair Yoga Semi-Private Series – This is a gentle form of yoga that can be done sitting on a chair or standing on the ground while using the chair for support.
-Wednesdays at 2:30 pm from March 2 – March 30.  $70 for the series.
-This class is taught by Natasha Stevens

Body Strong Semi-Private Series – This class focuses on becoming strong, confident, and stable in your own body. It is a bodyweight resistance strength class.
-Thursdays at 7:00 am – 7:45 am from March 3 through March 31. $50 for the series.
-This class is taught by Kayleigh Breaux.

For more information about the classes above, go to sipoa.org and click on The Lake House, Semi-Private Series, or click here to be directed to the semi-private series page.

The Seabrook Island Property Owners website includes everything you need to know about all the classes, any cancellations that may occur, The Lake House Spa, and The Lake House Guide. Once on the SIPOA website, look at the area close to the top of the homepage for The Lake House. There is a dropdown menu with all this information.

-Submitted by Jamie Mogus Mixson, The Lake House Manager

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