Classes & Programs

Group exercise schedule

 

Barre Fusion

The class is a full body workout that concentrates on strengthening, lengthening, and stretching the entire body. Each class combines ballet inspired moves with elements of Pilates and yoga.

HIIT

High Intensity Interval Training improving aerobic and anaerobic fitness.

Indoor Cycling

Group cycling class using Keiser bikes. Increase aerobic endurance and capacity while climbing hills, sprinting, and doing intervals. This cardio workout is for everyone!

Power Cut

Build strength and lean body mass in this weight training class.

Cycle Circuit

Cycle on the bike and weights off the bike for a complete workout.

Stretch 

Increase flexibility and balance in this gentle and controlled class

Tai-Chi

This graceful form of exercise involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing

TRX Yoga

Advance your TRX Suspension Training knowledge and skill set with yoga inspired movements that emphasize mobility, stability and strength. TRX has your back by supporting you through challenging poses making them more accessible for the beginner or advanced student.

Yoga

Practice a group of physical, mental, health and wellness disciplines
–    Classic: Increase flexibility and balance through this gentle practice

Boxing 

Put on your boxing gloves and get ready to punch, kick, jumping jacks, step, core board and more. Great cardio & strength workout

 

Rock Steady Boxing

Designed for Parkinson’s Disease members to train in boxing, balance, stretch and to incorporate coordination of all exercises.

PiYo

Pilates and yoga inspired full-body workout. Incorporates strength, balance, cardio, and flexibility. No equipment needed.

Zumba

Fuse hypnotic Latin rhythms with easy to follow moves.

 

Judo

A Japanese martial art that was founded in 1882. Judo known for its competitive element, where the objective is to either throw or takedown an opponent to the ground, immobilize or subdue an opponent with a pin, or force an opponent to submit with a joint lock or a chokes.

Pilates

An alternative to typical strength training regimes. Traditionally strength-training methods like free weights and Nautilus machines isolate muscle groups. Pilates, however, works to develop control and balance in the body by utilizing a broader group of muscles and proper execution of each exercise.

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Monday - Thursday: 5am - 8pm

Friday: 5am - 7pm

Saturday - Sunday: 7am - 3pm

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