Area of Interests
Chehalis Summer Hours
Start May 27th
Monday - Friday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friday, May 24th
In the Aquatic Center of Centralia Thorbeckes. Free to Family Memberships.
Middle School Swim Week!
The middle school will be in the pool from 8am-11:30 and 12:15-2:30
-Hot tub and sauna will remain open for our members.
Changes to Hydroworks classes for the week:
- 6am classes stays the same.
- 9am classes will move to 7am all week long.
- 11am classes will move to 11:30am all week long.
Yoga & Pilates
Fridays @ 4:30pm
(This will be replacing Rep Reebok)
Starting May 10th!
This class is a fusion of Yoga, Power Yoga and Pilates.
SUMMER CLASS TIMES
ADAPT Adult classes:
5:30am, 9am, 5:30pm * M-F
ADAPT SAP classes for Athletes:
8am * M-F
Mondays & Thursdays @ 11:00am
At Centralia Thorbeckes
2020 Borst Avenue Centralia, WA
May 1st-June 30th
Single paid in full 3 month membership
$99.95 + tax
June 1st-June 30th
Adapt Training Now in Centralia!
with Ross Hojem
1st Session Free!
For more information on STC, click here. For more information on Adapt, click here.
Help Someone - Get Happy.
According to the federal government's health statistics, about one in ever 10 Americans takes an antidepressant. And even though many aren't on medication, there are still an overwhelming number of individuals who report that they spend the majority of their day feeling stressed out, sad, unhappy or unfulfilled.
And I can tell you for sure - one of the quickest and most powerful ways to pull yourself out of a slump and raise your spirits a little, is to help someone else.
Pope's Kids Place held their Third Annual Gala this past weekend, an event that celebrates their sponsors and volunteers, and raises funds in order to be able to continue their services for the kids in our community.
I couldn't believe the amount of volunteers that worked on this project, some who donate their time year-round for this organization, and I was even more overwhelmed by the amount of hours they put in for this event.
But what was especially cool about these people, is that they were SMILING while doing it.
They held a sense of meaning and purpose that many of us don't get to experience on a regular basis in our own lives.
I visited some of the families with children who had learning or development disabilities, and even one family who had a child with a terminal syndrome who has been going downhill since she was four.
And I'll tell you what, when I sat down to interview these families, my own problems that I felt were so big and so consuming, just disappeared.
I challenge you this week to Go help someone - anyone. And make this something you do every single day. Get out of your own head, your own sorrows and help someone less fortunate than you.
We are DESIGNED to help each other - we're wired that way, which is why it feels so good when we do it, and feels so unfulfilling when we don't.
Have an awesome week!
For more information and to schedule your free Strategy Session with Edie, visit Edie's Website or call 366-388-0994