Group Classes


Our certified group fitness instructors provide classes to improve your cardio, strength, flexibility, balance, and mind. Join the camaraderie as our instructors motivate and encourage you.


All group fitness classes include modifications for various fitness levels; however, please read our class descriptions that detail the level of choreography and impact you should expect.


Students and members may bring a guest age 17+ for $10 per visit. The guest fee includes access to the entire facility, not just fitness classes.


Dependents age 10+ may attend Friday 5:30 p.m., Saturday 8:15 & 9:15 a.m., and Sunday 3:30 p.m., and 4:30 p.m. classes.


Please check our online schedule each day for class changes and/or cancellations.


Water aerobics: The pools close in the event of thunder or lightening. If weather is questionable, call 30 minutes before class (460-6065) to confirm if the pools are open or closed.


Class Descriptions


Barre Sculpt: Pilates, yoga, and ballet-based movements to improve core strength, flexibility, and posture. Low-impact and some choreography. Max of 24 people per class (first come, first serve).


Body Sculpt: Resistance train with dumbbells, exercise bands, Body Bars, kettlebells, or exercise balls. Low-impact.


Bootcamp: Alternate between cardio & strength stations for an all-body workout. Low- or high-impact (your choice).


CardioBoxing/TurboKick®: A high-energy kickboxing class with punches and kicks. The routine is choreographed to the music. No physical contact. Low- or high-impact (your choice).


Core Focus: A 15-minute class to increase your core body strength & endurance. Abdominal and lower back exercises to improve functional movement, balance, and coordination.


Cycle: Similar to Spinning®, this is indoor bike riding with climbs, sprints, and more! If you have never taken a class, please arrive early to learn bike set-up. Non-impact. No choreography. Max of 25 people per class (first come, first serve).


H.I.I.T.: High Intensity Interval Training. 30-minute class. Brief intervals of high-exertion cardio exercises alternated with brief rest periods. Expect some high-impact exercises.


INSANITY®: A self-paced, interval workout. You will do each exercise for 30-60 seconds. Contains cardio, strength, balance, agility, and coordination exercises. No choreography. Low or high-impact (modifications shown).


Meditation: Held the 3rd, , 4th, and 5th Sunday of each month. Sit easy and rest your mind as a meditation coach

guides you.


NE (No Equipment) Bootcamp: Just like it sounds...cardio, strength, and stretching with no equipment. Meets at the indoor track. Expect some high-impact exercises. Participants should place valuables in a locker. Mats will not be provided for floorwork—patrons may bring their own.


Power Pilates: Improve cardio, strength, and endurance with this Pilates inspired workout. Use light weights, stability balls, and bands while improving your muscle definition. Low-impact.


 Step: Up the intensity by stepping up and down on a bench with fun footwork. The routine is choreographed to the music. Low- or high-impact (your choice).


TRX®: Use the TRX® Suspension Trainer to train your cardio, strength, balance, core, and flexibility. Max of 9 people per class (first come, first serve).


 TRX® Basics: Introductory class to learn how to set up and execute moves on the suspension trainer.


 TRX® Circuit: A more advanced class that moves at a faster pace and includes some cardio exercises


 TRX® & Roll: 25-30 minutes on the suspension trainer with 15-20 minutes of foam rolling for myofascial release.


 TRX® Stretch: Like yoga? Then try this 30-minute class that focuses on flexibility and balance.


Warrior: High-intensity class using body-weight and resistance band exercises. Recommended only for individuals with an advanced level of physical fitness and expect some high-impact exercises.


Water Aerobics: Join us in the pool for a full-body workout! One-piece swimsuit recommended. Indoor pool in cold weather; outdoor pool in warm weather. Low-impact (shallow), non-impact (deep). You must be able to swim to participate in deep water classes.


Yoga: Lengthen, strengthen, and balance your body. Please ask individual instructors what type of yoga will be practiced at the beginning of class, as their routines may change from week to week. Bring your own yoga mat; for health reasons, we do not provide.


 Beginning Yoga: Expect to move! This is not just lying on a mat. More attention is given to the breakdown of  the poses and a chance to learn them.


 Yoga Flow: Move at a faster pace with less time between each pose.


Zumba®: Like to dance? Latin-based moves for a fun cardio workout choreographed to the music. Low- or high-impact (your choice).

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