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Walk-In: $12 Resident/ $14 Non-Resident
Cardio Kickboxing Punch and kick your way through 50 minutes of non-stop, high energy kickboxing combinations combined with agility drills and core work for an intense full body workout.
HIIT = High Intensity Interval Training. Various formats and timed intervals will be used. Bodyweight, cardio and resistance training incorporated into each class for an intense total body workout. Modifications given, all fitness levels welcomed!
Zumba Fitness A fusion of Latin and International music/dance themes with peppy music that creates dynamic and exciting workouts that anyone can do!
Total Body Fitness Strengthen, tone and sculpt your entire body! Various equipment will be used for interval training and a mix of cardio intervals.
Restorative Yoga A soothing, restorative practice composed of long-held postures often using props to relax & rejuvenate. This style of yoga focuses on a passive approach to target deep connective tissue, fascial release and joint health. It offers the perfect balance to a cardio/strength-based workout, or simply an exhausting day. All levels welcome.
Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga A slower style yoga class, includes focusing on breath, becoming aware of the body, and stripping away the chatter of the mind. All levels and abilities welcome.
Vinyasa Yoga A style of yoga characterized by sequencing postures moving from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Otherwise known as a “flow style” of yoga. It is a class that offers both yin and yang – powerful, energetic movements paired with focus on breath and calming the nervous system. Each class will be familiar, yet offer variation in postures and breathing techniques. All levels welcome.
Line Dancing for Seniors Dance your way into wellness! You will learn basic line dances while improving your strength, balance, and coordination. No equipment needed. Beginning to intermediate levels. No chairs used during this class.
Senior Aerobics Mix A fun mix of choreographed, non-impact, and toning exercises geared for the more mobile, active, older adults. Intermediate fitness level or higher; chairs are optional.
SilverSneakers Classic Various equipment will be used to focus on strengthening muscles and increasing range of motion for daily life activities. A chair is used for seated exercises or standing support. This is a low intensity class for beginners to intermediate.
Chair Yoga A unique yoga style that adapts positions and poses through creative use of a chair. Includes breathing exercises, basic poses, use of supports, meditation and relaxation. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels