For more than three decades, the U-M School of Kinesiology has offered community programs for Southeastern Michiganders at all stages of life. We're proud to serve our neighbors through educational and motivational programs that inspire healthy and active lifestyles.
We've re-named two of our most popular programs:
Registration for Winter 2017 is open! Take a look at our schedule to pick a great class for you! Just click on the activities listed below to see our offerings. Or you can go to the KCP EventBrite page (http://UM-KCP.eventbrite.com)
Kinesiology Community Programs is proud to offer the following Activity Classes throughout the year:
* Can be taken for credit. Check with your academic advisor to ensure the credit will be accepted by your school or college. Please note: for credit you still need to register through the KCP EventBrite page (http://UM-KCP.eventbrite.com). After talking with your advisor regarding credit, please contact Kerry Winkelseth (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an override.
KidSport Summer Camp at Scarlett Middle School offers children ages 4-13 the opportunity to learn and play a variety of team sports, individual sports, team building games, fitness and other physical education activities and swimming lessons in a non-competitive and fun sports environment. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in children’s physical education. Kidsport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Learn more on our KidSport Summer Camp page.
U-Meet the Athlete is now KidSport Clinics! This program gives kids grades K-8 the opportunity to participate in sport clinics with University of Michigan varsity student-athletes. The goal is to have fun while stressing the importance of mastering sport-specific fundamentals, doing well in school, and living a healthy lifestyle. Learn more on our KidSport Clinics page.
The Health and Fitness Teacher Workshop is held annually each December for K-12 health and fitness educators. The goal of these workshops is to provide ready-to-implement ideas and practices teachers can take right back to their classroom in the areas of health, physical education, recreation, sports and athletics, dance, professional development, and adapted activity. Learn more and register on our Health and Fitness Workshop page.
Join us on weekdays from 9:00-10:00am in the Macy's court at the Ann Arbor Briarwood Mall for the Lifetime Fitness program. The classes are designed for senior adults but are open to everyone. Learn more on our Lifetime Fitness page.