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Group Fitness Classes

group fitness classes

Group fitness classes are designed to keep fun and friendship in mind while accommodating all ability levels and busy schedules.

All class descriptions can be viewed below, or download them here.

beginner  |  intermediate advanced


Yoga ClassesCORE & MORE

Mon/Fri: 8:15am

This class will focus on improving your overall strength, flexibility and balance with emphasis on core strength with mat Pilates exercises and a variety of resistance props.


Mon/Wed/Fri: 5:00am

Low-impact exercise and stretching designed to tone and lengthen the muscles. Includes constant core engagement.

Slow Flow Yoga

Mon/Wed: 4:00pm

Strengthening and deep stretching the body while moving to a slower rhythm of movement. A smooth movement (flow) of poses that run together and become like a dance. Let the slow flow of movement and stillness nourish your body and soul. Come find some peace.

Water Aerobics ClassWarm Water Aerobics

Mon/Wed/Fri: Noon

This class, like water aerobics, uses the natural resistance and buoyancy of water against your body to provide a full body workout. This class is done in the therapy pool, which helps keeps your joints warm and eases the pain of common conditions such as arthritis.

Water Aerobics

Mon/Wed: 8:00am

Mon/Wed/Fri: 10:00am

Tues/Thurs: 10:00am

Thurs: 5:30pm


Water aerobics uses the natural resistance and buoyancy of water against your body, along with light water weights, to provide a wide variety of conditioning activity. No swimming is required.

Deep Water Aerobics

Tues/Thurs: 8:00am

This class will take place in the deep end (6ft) of our lap pool. Aqua belts are used to help you float while performing a variety of cardio and resistance training moves. 

Vinyasa Yoga

Thurs: 5:00pm

Sat: 10:00am

This class engages the mind, body, and spirit, using shorter-held positions. The movements in this class are tied together with your breaths. Modifications given for all fitness levels.

Aqua Yoga

Tues/Thurs: 11:00am

Yoga techniques practiced in the water. You will develop better balance, joint health, strength, focus and calmness of the mind. All while gaining greater fluidity in movement. Breath awareness will be emphasized. 



Cardio StrengthBarre Sculpt

Tues/Thurs: 8:20am

Sat: 9:05am

Tone and sculpt multiple muscle groups with this ballet-inspired Barre workout that incorporates Pilates and Yoga. By holding, pulsing, and stretching, you will elongate, lift, and sculpt the entire body

Kick 'n fit

Mon/Wed: 5:30pm

Kick N Fit is an intense, fast-paced, total body workout.  It combines cardio kick-boxing and weight resistance to fully engage the core and booty for toning, strength and endurance.

Strength & Cardio Conditioning

Mon/Wed: 4:15pm

A hybrid interval class involving resistance training, core training, and cardiovascular training. 



Beach Body SeriesCycle/SPIN

Mon/Wed/Fri: 5:45am

Tues/Thurs: 5:45am

Tues/Thurs: 9:15am

Sat: 8:15am


This great cardio journey uses stationary bikes. You will jump, climb, and sprint your way to great health while listening to motivational music. This is interval training at its best.

Step Up ClassStep it up

Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:15 am

A variety of consistent body/muscle mass movements that incorporates a bench apparatus and the floor, to achieve a cardio/fat burning workout. This class is held in the gym to allow for a more free range of movement. You create new brain cells-the eyes that signal to the brain which makes that body move into steps that you can take to the dance floor, all in a group environment.


Mon/Wed/Fri: 9:00am

A variety of repeating activity that tone the arms, legs, abs, back and glute muscles through the use of your own body weight, hand weights, bands and/or balls. This class will engage your fast-twitch muscle fibers. Core isometrics, body balance, and heart conditioning will be used as well. Your heart rate increase with easy-to-follow exercises, followed by a recovery period where your heart will drop back down.





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