Click here to view the PDF of the program participation form. This may be printed and turned in at Recreation Department Office (124 South Street) OR at the Town Finance Office (116 N. Main Street) along with payment.
The Program Participation Form must be completed (either online or on paper) in order to participate in all programs and classes facilitated by the Town of Farmville Parks and Recreation Department.
Payment must be made to the Town of Farmville Finance Office (Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm). For in person visits (cash, check, or card), visit the Finance Office at 116 North Main Street, Farmville, VA 23901. Payments may also be made over the phone by calling the Finance Office: (434) 392-3333.
Enjoy workouts for the body and mind and learn self-defense techniques as you work your way towards earning a black belt!
$5 per session or $32 per month (covers 8 sessions), please contact the Farmville Recreation Department for further details.
TUESDAYS 7 PM—9 PM
THURSDAYS 7 PM9 PM
ALL CLASSES TAUGHT AT: South Street Conference Center: 124 South St
Classes are taught by Sensei Harris, who has many years of experience both teaching and practicing karate.
Mind and Body: Eight Weeks to Wellness. The class is a broad-based health enhancement program combining education with practice. The program integrates health research with tested behavior change principles to help participants make lasting lifestyle changes. It offers an excellent opportunity with support from others for people who want to improve their overall health. The program has eight health themes known to be central to lifelong health. Everyone is welcome!
CLASSES ON PAUSE
Classes incorporate breathing, meditation, movement, and mindfulness to create a holistic yoga experience fit for all ages. $4 per session, please contact the Farmville Recreation Department for further details.
CLASSES ON PAUSE
Classes are taught by Certified Yoga Instructor Torian Jones.
Torian, a native of Farmville, Va, is the sole owner of Beyouniquorn, LLC, where she has operated as a birth and postpartum doula and yoga instructor since 2021. While receiving yoga training under the leadership of the Honorable Dr. Ylishehbah Lovelace, Torian vowed to do her part in changing the misconceptions of yoga in the black community and to instill the many holistic benefits of the art. As a community advocate, she has a heart to serve pregnant women, youth and elders. Torian is excited to give back to the community through yoga and integrative therapy. Her motto for yoga is 'Yoga doesn't make life perfect, yoga gives you the tools to navigate life's imperfections'.
What classes would you like to take?
If you would like to take a class that we are not currently offering, let us know so that we may look for an instructor and others who share the same interests. Areas of interest may include sports, arts and crafts, music, drama, fitness, self-improvement, travel, and many others of which we are not aware. In planning our future lineup of programming, trips, and special events, we appreciate your input. Is there a program, trip, or event you would like to see offered by our department? We would welcome any comments or suggestions citizens may have regarding recreational services.
Contact the Recreation Department by phone at 434-391-1125 or by email at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your suggestions and comments.