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Tampa sports and recreation classes, tryouts

Low-impact exercise: Cheryl Montgomery, an aerobic instructor and personal trainer, will lead participants through a total fitness experience that includes cardiovascular conditioning, balance, flexibility and strengthening segments. The class meets 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Students must register in advance. The cost is $36 a month. Life Enrichment Center, 9704 N Boulevard, Tampa. (813) 932-0241.

Tennis: Players 5 and older can get tips from a certified professional. The first lesson is free. Call (813) 486-8909 or visit

Volleyball: Club Storm volleyball competitive teams' tryouts are at various times on Sunday for high school girls. Visit to register and try out. Call (813) 962-3220 or e-mail

Tai Chi QiGong: Improve balance and release stress. $20 to $30 each month. Saturday 9 to 10 a.m., New Day Unity Fellowship, 8012 W Waters Ave.

Yang style tai chi: Improve balance, strength and stamina with Yang style tai chi. A beginning and intermediate class are offered. $60. Life Enrichment Center, 9704 N Boulevard, Tampa. Call (813) 932-0241 or visit . The beginning class is 6 to 7 p.m. Monday; the intermediate class is 7 to 8 p.m. Monday.

Free yoga: Free stress-relief yoga, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Monday, Lotus Pond, 6201 Lynn Road, Tampa. (813) 961-3160.

Dance: Learn modern dance instruction and choreographic tools from Forever Moving, an adult modern dance company. The group is accepting new members and meets weekly. $7 per class. 10 to 11 a.m. today, Life Enrichment Center, 9704 N Boulevard, Tampa. (813) 932-0241.

Tampa sports and recreation classes, tryouts 11/18/10 [Last modified: Thursday, November 18, 2010 3:30am]
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