Group Classes

We offer a wide variety of Group Classes

All classes can be modified for your fitness level.

3-2-1:   This is a fast-paced, high-intensity interval training with minimal rest periods.  The class consists of multiple circuits: 3 minutes of strength, 2 minutes of cardio and 1 minute of concentrated core work. Exercises are 30 seconds in length with 10 second rest periods.

20/20: 20 minutes of strength training plus 20 minutes of cardio. 

ASSult: Your ASSets will be on fire after this floor-based, core-centric workout. Not your Grandma’s pilates!

Bars and Bells:  Perfect class for anyone who wants to develop muscular strength and endurance. This class focuses on resistance training. No cardio involved. 

Barre:  Classes are ballet-inspired and mix together elements of Pilates, dance, yoga, and functional training.  The major benefits of barre are improved posture, muscle definition, increased flexibility, and reduced stress. 

C2 (Cardo & Core): This heart pumping 20 minutes of cardio will be completed using machines/equipment, with a 20 minute core finisher, leaving you feeling stronger.

Circuit/TRX Circuit:  Move from station to station, alternating between strength training and cardiovascular training to help increase your muscular strength and muscular endurance along with aerobic fitness.  The intervals of work and rest will vary.  

Cycle Fusion:  This class pairs indoor cycling with an array of conditioning drills/ exercises for a full body workout.  It keeps the heart rate high, builds up endurance, strength, and will leave you sweating!

Fitness Conditioning:  This is an athletic-based workout including plyometric training, agility drills, balance and coordination work and team building exercises. 

Gentle Yoga: Gentle yoga is a great beginners class. During your practice you will move your body in a comfortable way without potential for strains. You may use bolsters and blankets for cushion and comfort. “”

Ropes Circuit: This class combines our classic circuit class with a battle rope. 

Restorative Yoga: Restorative Yoga is a meditative practice using props to encourage a passive release of the mind and body tension, while allowing the body to be supported in the most comfortable position possible. The intension for restorative yoga is to relax as far as possible into the postures, using as little physical effort as possible. It is relaxing and slow paced, with a whole sequence using as few as five or six postures which are hold for long periods of time. All levels welcome.

Tabata:  High intensity interval training.  It consists of eight rounds of ultra-high-intensity exercises in a specific 20-seconds-on, 10-seconds-off interval. Tabata burns a lot of calories and provides a killer full-body workout.

Yoga: This is a Vinyasa style yoga class designed to calm and center the mind and develop strength, flexibility, and balance in the body. All levels are welcome.