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Overview

From yoga and Pilates classes, to nutrition counseling and personal training sessions, Drexel Recreation Center provides members with the tools needed to achieve a healthy and active lifestyle.  Members are invited to take advantage of additional wellness opportunities at the Recreation Center, including: a three-lane indoor track, fitness assessments, strength equipment, aquatics, squash and a climbing wall.

Personal Training

Professional fitness trainers help improve a client's physical and aerobic conditioning, provide guidance, and create a tailored training program based on each individuals assessment results, health history and current lifestyle.

Nutrition Counseling

Master dietitians help guide and plan meals and snacks, in addition to teaching clients proper cooking techniques for better health and healing.

Massage Therapy

Massage is an excellent form of therapy and relaxation.  The Recreation Center offers Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue and Combination Massage.

Group Exercise

Group exercise classes offer members the opportunity to work out under the guidance of educated instructors that emphasize fun, safety, and wellness.  Class favorites: Core Conditioning, BodyPump™, Pilates, Spinning®, Cardio and Tone, and Yoga.  Classes are open to all Recreation Center members.

Pilates

The Drexel Recreation Center not only offer structured mat Pilates classes as part of the group exercise schedule, but we also have customizable private Pilates sessions available.  Meet with a Pilates apprentice for coaching on some of our many apparatuses, including tower, high chair, high barrel, and the reformer. Register here to view all available classes. *Payment for private classes is done in the Pilates Studio.

Physical Therapy

Faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehhabilitation Sciences provide out-patient clinical services at three locations in a variety of health care settings.  Our practice provides evidence-based clinical services for persons in the surrounding community, serves to integrate academic and clinical experiences for our students, and facilitates clinical research.  For more information please call 215-571-4287 or email ptappts@drexel.edu