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SPORTS YOKOHAMA Vol.44:

Sports Centers Host Various Classes (Advance Application Required or Free for All) You Will Find a Class That Suits Your Needs

The sports centers in Yokohama City host a vast variety of classes from those intended for children and families to those themed on physical fitness, sports and even culture.
In addition to classes that require advanced applications, which typically consist of 10 lessons each, free-for-all classes are also available in which you can participate as convenient to you. From this extensive lineup of classes, you will find one that appeals to your interest!
Here are some classes that require advanced applications and some others that are free for all (see here for the contact information of the sports center concerned).

The Hodogaya Sports Center has a tennis court on its rooftop.
This tennis school offers a surprisingly wide range of courses from weekday mornings to Saturday nights. Its 19 courses include the “Morning” and “Night” courses for learning the basics of tennis while having fun, the “Junior” course targeted at elementary school pupils and the “Semi-private” course launched this year to provide participants with more detailed instructions.
The Hodogaya Sports Center introduced a “trial system” for all the courses in April this year. Under this system, anyone interested in a course is allowed to participate on a trial basis as long as the course is not full. Not only does the system allow prospective users to experience the atmosphere of the classes at first hand, but it also makes the classes accessible to those who fail to sign up during the application period. The system is very popular among users as it provides more opportunities to take part in the tennis school.

Hodogaya Sports Center

The Seya Sports Center hosts a number of junior programs, including the junior futsal lessons, junior hip-hop lessons and junior sports lessons for first to fourth graders, kindergarteners and parents with children aged 3-4 or aged 2-3, as well as lessons on baby massaging. The gymnastic school for young children is an exercise program where infants learn to exercise by using different kinds of equipment and their own body. Through exercise, the kids also learn to communicate with instructors and peers. The school allows its participants to acquire the basic gymnastic skills while having fun and is well received not only by the children enrolled in the program but by their parents as well.

Seya Sports Center

The Asahi Sports Center offers free-for-all lessons of futsal, basketball, aerobics and yoga. It boasts a rich lineup of yoga programs in particular. The “Relax Yoga” lesson on Tuesday night is recommended for novices who want to attend a yoga class casually. The lesson is focused on the basic yoga exercises that are easy to learn. Since it starts at 21:30, the program is attended by people with many different backgrounds, such as those on their way home and those who want to do yoga to relax before going to sleep.
There are also other unique free-for-all programs that are popular, including the “Back Shape-up Yoga” lesson that starts at 11:45 on Wednesday and the “Ballet Exercise for Adult Beginners” that starts at 19:15 on Thursday.

Asahi Sports Center

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Sports Centers Host Various Classes (Advance Application Required or Free for All) You Will Find a Class That Suits Your Needs

The sports centers in Yokohama City host a vast variety of classes from those intended for children and families to those themed on physical fitness, sports and even culture.
In addition to classes that require advanced applications, which typically consist of 10 lessons each, free-for-all classes are also available in which you can participate as convenient to you. From this extensive lineup of classes, you will find one that appeals to your interest!
Here are some classes that require advanced applications and some others that are free for all (see here for the contact information of the sports center concerned).

The Hodogaya Sports Center has a tennis court on its rooftop.
This tennis school offers a surprisingly wide range of courses from weekday mornings to Saturday nights. Its 19 courses include the “Morning” and “Night” courses for learning the basics of tennis while having fun, the “Junior” course targeted at elementary school pupils and the “Semi-private” course launched this year to provide participants with more detailed instructions.
The Hodogaya Sports Center introduced a “trial system” for all the courses in April this year. Under this system, anyone interested in a course is allowed to participate on a trial basis as long as the course is not full. Not only does the system allow prospective users to experience the atmosphere of the classes at first hand, but it also makes the classes accessible to those who fail to sign up during the application period. The system is very popular among users as it provides more opportunities to take part in the tennis school.

Hodogaya Sports Center

The Seya Sports Center hosts a number of junior programs, including the junior futsal lessons, junior hip-hop lessons and junior sports lessons for first to fourth graders, kindergarteners and parents with children aged 3-4 or aged 2-3, as well as lessons on baby massaging. The gymnastic school for young children is an exercise program where infants learn to exercise by using different kinds of equipment and their own body. Through exercise, the kids also learn to communicate with instructors and peers. The school allows its participants to acquire the basic gymnastic skills while having fun and is well received not only by the children enrolled in the program but by their parents as well.

Seya Sports Center

The Asahi Sports Center offers free-for-all lessons of futsal, basketball, aerobics and yoga. It boasts a rich lineup of yoga programs in particular. The “Relax Yoga” lesson on Tuesday night is recommended for novices who want to attend a yoga class casually. The lesson is focused on the basic yoga exercises that are easy to learn. Since it starts at 21:30, the program is attended by people with many different backgrounds, such as those on their way home and those who want to do yoga to relax before going to sleep.
There are also other unique free-for-all programs that are popular, including the “Back Shape-up Yoga” lesson that starts at 11:45 on Wednesday and the “Ballet Exercise for Adult Beginners” that starts at 19:15 on Thursday.

Asahi Sports Center

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