Longview Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of adult recreation classes to the community. To find more detailed information about each class, click the link below the class description or choose the class from the menu to the left.
For all of our classes, registration opens 2 weeks before the class starts and the deadline is the day before the class begins!
An established instructor leads both dog and handler through the process of learning basic commands and helpful tips for controlling your dog’s behavior.
The self defense class meets twice a week for 4 weeks and is taught by 8th degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, Joe Wolpert. This is a complete martial arts program designed to help men and women of all ages to develop strength, speed, coordination, endurance, and confidence.
Tai Chi is a great exercise for practitioners of all ages and abilities. The forms taught in these classes were selected from the Yang style of Tai Ji Quan. They emphasize the health benefits of Tai Chi with soft, smooth movements and balanced posture. All over the world millions of people embrace the practice of Tai Chi.
Beginning AFTER the Holidays
Adult ladies learn the many traditional dance moves of this ancient art form in this class. Belly dancing is a fun and creative activity with no age limits.
Country Western Dance
Dust off your dancing boots and join us for the return of our country dance classes! Learn how to get out and country group line dance or country two-step for couples. Popular instructor Peggy Sue Stafford is back and teaching the basics of country dancing to get you back out on the dance floor.