Group Exercise and Spinning Classes


Sunrise Yoga

A calming way to ease into the day by gradually building heat and challenging flexibility and range of motion with a combination of reclined, standing and seated poses.

Yoga Alive

A mindful class that provides a warm-up to loosen the body and encourage deeper breathing that uses specific therapeutic practices using props to address targeted areas and standing practice to build strength and endurance. Core work and floor stretches wrap up your session

Chair Pilates

Emphasizes spinal alignment, proper breathing, core strength, and flexibility – outcome is a well balanced body!

Power Yoga

This is a more athletic class to build strength with focus on standing poses as well as some basic sun salutations.

Core Flow Yoga

A creative, fun-flowing class with emphasis on core strength, stability and the transitions between poses. A strong focus on how the breath moves with the poses to build a supple but strong body.

Yoga Flow

Vinyasa Flow for beginners to seasoned students to include breath work and meditation. This physical practice results in greater flexibility, strength, and balance.


The class is Instructors Choice, but all yoga is beneficial so whether it be a flowing format, a power class or even restorative you will leave feeling refreshed!


A mind and body workout with flows and long holds to work muscles for body-toning. Includes rounds of Sun Salutations with strong standing postures that target and sculpt all major muscle groups. Jill will lead a brisk flowing practice that taps into your fat-burning cardiovascular capabilities and define arms, chest, abs, legs and buttock.


Focus on building strength without bulk, improve flexibility and agility, and help to prevent injury.



Fit for Life

A low impact class for those who want a workout that is less stressful to the joints. Thirty minutes of aerobics and 30 minutes of toning.

Cardio Sculpt

This class will focus on muscular endurance, strength training and aerobic conditioning.

Zumba Toning

Targeted body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Zumba moves to create a calorie-torching, strength training, dance fitness party.


This class focuses on muscular endurance, strength training & aerobic conditioning.

F.I.T. Boot Camp – Functional Interval Training – led by MIKE WALKER FITNESS PERSONAL TRAINING. Guaranteed to bring results! $5 for members/non-members, child care included.

U-Jam – Athletic hip-hop to bollywood dance fitness workout that combines dance & high energy music for a workout that is bound to get your heart rate up, your body moving, & make you sweat. This class is approachable & easy to follow no matter what level you are.




This class contains step patterns and combinations using an elevated platform to target the cardiovascular system.


Hypnotic, easy to follow Latin rhythms that create a dynamic workout system that will blow you away.



Cardio Circuit

Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a circuit workout.


mproving function is the focus of this conditioning class. Basic choreography includes weights, tubing & SilverSneaker balls.



Core Conditioning

Strengthen the core — hips, abdominals, back and shoulders.


Work with weights, tubing, and balls while incorporating movements that include every major muscle group.




A modern Japanese martial art that works on defensive moves, stamina, flexibility and releasing stress. No competition. Classes held in our community classroom.



Spinning is an athletic training program designed to provide all levels of students with a fun, safe and challenging workout. Remember to bring a towel and water to your spinning class, and we recommend you also bring a heart rate monitor and biking shorts or a gel seat cover.

Spinning Room Rules

  • No entry after the class has started.
  • No one is allowed into the spinning room until the instructor arrives.
  • Wipe off bike after each use.

To make your experience more enjoyable, please observe the following guidelines:

  • Inform the instructor if you are new or need special assistance.
  • Familiarize yourself with the bike and its operation. To stop the pedals pull up on the resistance knob and keep your legs clear of moving pedals.
  • Check your bike and all adjustments. Seat height, fore/aft seat position and handlebar height.
  • Make sure all ‘pop-ins’ are completely engaged.
  • Position your shoe with the ball of your foot over the center of the pedal. Tuck in your laces and be sure your foot is securely attached to the pedal.
  • You should always have some resistance on the bike and be comfortable at ‘walking’ pace before increasing your speed.
  • Stay in control. Maintain your form and transition smoothly between movements.



Endurance & Aerobic Base—Train your body to be more efficient at metabolizing fat and maintain a comfortable pace for extended periods. You will work your heart and your lungs at a steady pace rather than forcing them to do more than they really can. By doing this, they’re going to be stronger overall.

Intervals—Emphasis will be on speed, tempo, timing and rhythm. Higher RPM on flats and hills mixed with recovery stretches will help you develop the ability to recover quickly after work efforts.

Strength—Strength rides promote muscular and cardiovascular development that will enable one to feel like a strong and powerful climber.

Instructors Choice—The instructor may choose one of the four formats above so be prepared for surprises and challenges no matter the terrain.