Group Fitness

Fill up your water bottle, lace up your sneakers, and grab a friend - we've got plenty of ways for you to meet your fitness goals alongside your people! Join us for daily group fitness classes included in your membership. See below for fitness schedules and class descriptions.

July 2024 GX Calendar by Susannah Gillespie

Class Descriptions

Learn more about all of our group fitness classes.*

*Some classes coming in late 2024 - early 2025.


This low-impact class for all levels will give you a great mix of dance inspired moves (without actually dancing). You’ll work on small pulsing moves and high repetitions that create muscle strength and endurance while also giving you a great cardio burn. Your instructor will empower and challenge you to dig deeper to find your own ‘edge’. You’ll walk out of class feeling a little wobbly, but stronger, more flexible, and extremely accomplished.


A great way to get an awesome workout without leaving home.  Conditioning and strength training are the mainstay of each session.  We try to achieve a total body workout with focus on different body parts on different days., intermixing strength and cardio challenges throughout the workout. The goal is to keep everyone stimulated by varying formats and continuously adding new challenges.  Specific weight loads are self inflicted, with the coaching merely instructing light, medium or heavy weights for any particular exercise.  The individual participant makes the final choice.  Resistance bands, a variety of weights, a stability ball , a chair and a mat are prerequisites.  A bosu ball and a slam ball are suggested, but not required. Even though it is a Zoom workout, the high energy level is created by everyone on the Zoom.  


This class uses bag work, shadow boxing, and footwork to challenge your body in a workout with elements of cardio and strength exercises. Excellent for developing your core, your speed, reaction, and stress release, each class will be designed to teach both boxing technique and self defense skills. 


This class combats the decreasing bone density as we age with strength, resistance, stability, balance, and flexibility training. Working while standing and seated, we strengthen the upper back,  pelvis, arms and legs, use free-weights and more!


This chair-based class can be practiced while seated or standing next to a chair. Yoga poses are practiced to strengthen the body, make it more flexible, increase circulation, and aid in balance. 


Target your front core (abs), back core (think low back/postural muscles), and glutes (your booty). This class will strengthen, help sculpt, and shape the glutes, thighs, back, and core muscles. Each week will feature a perfect blend of cardio, endurance, and strength exercises. Your instructor will also lead you using equipment like weights, barbells, dumbbells, bands, balls, or gliding discs to keep your workout fresh.


Super Fun, Energic Cardio Fitness Dance Class for ALL levels!!! Make New Friends while learning Fantastic New Dance Moves from all around the World including Salsa, Merengue, Calypso and Hip-Hop!!


For an active recovery this series of exercises performed on or against a foam roller helps to reduce soreness and inflammation. Designed to restore and massage muscle groups. Through body weight and a rolling motion (or rocking motion) on the foam roller one can give themselves a deep tissue massage.  


With both standing, sitting, and laying yoga's poses,  each slow movement is linked to breath.  Each movement in and out of postures is designed to protect and nurture our joints, muscles, and connective tissue and improves flexibility. 


Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, BODYPUMP gives you a total body workout. It will burn up to 400 calories**. Instructors will coach you through the scientifically-backed moves and techniques pumping out encouragement, motivation and great music – helping you achieve much more than on your own!


Parkinson's Power & Flex brings a variety of training methods to address the different symptoms of Parkinson's. Elements of strength, cardiovascular, and flexibility training are combined with gait, posture, balance, and cognitive work. Guided relaxation and breathwork complete each session.  Class movements and structure are scientifically researched and developed to help slow symptom progression and help improve quality of life.  


The class for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease involves regular exercises, such as stretching, bicycling, running, jumping rope, push-ups, balancing and lots of non-contact boxing, led by specialized trainers and coaches. Rock Steady Boxing serves men and women of all ages, levels of ability, and symptom severity


A fast-paced challenging workouts that are done in 30 minutes? BOOM was developed by leading fitness experts to improve strength, flexibility and endurance in convenient 30-minute workouts.  


focuses on strengthening muscles and increasing range of movement for daily life activities. Participants can use hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a SilverSneakers ball. Often a chair is used for seated exercises or standing support. 


A full-body exercise class that combines yoga-inspired flows, cardio, strength and balance training (with or without dumbbells), and flexibility, all set to music. Your instructor offers variations for all fitness levels so everyone can feel success from day 1. This class can help improve posture, reduce back pain, and tone muscles. It’s your one stop shop for everything your body needs each week!


A high-intensity, low-impact group exercise class that takes place on stationary bikes in an indoor cycling studio (and you can even join us virtually). Spin classes are designed to be motivational and engaging, and often feature energetic music and an inspiring instructor who leads the class through challenging exercises.  Indoor cycling classes offer a safe ride and a spectacular cardio rush.  Great music with a beat that mimics the varying terrain will make the time fly by as we challenge your heart, lungs and legs to be the best they can be. There are no traffic lights or stop signs OR CARS, but nice flats, challenging uphills and lightning fast descent.  


Tai Chi is a practice that works your mind and body using slow and fast intentional movements, breathing techniques, and a rich array of techniques to relax, center and strengthen the body and mind. Tai Chi is practiced for health, personal development, and even self-defense. Medical research supports that Tai Chi and Qigong can improve balance, musculoskeletal strength and flexibility, cardio-respiratory health, cognitive function, immune system response, and emotional well-being. 


A slow-paced, restorative style of yoga experience on the floor. You’ll  increase mobility, mobilize, stretch, and hydrate your body’s connective tissue, joints, ligaments, and fascia. You’ll experience a deeply calm and relaxing space aided by props like bolsters, blankets, and yoga blocks to work within the limitations of your own body.  Participants often report feeling like they have had a massage the next day with less pain and greater body balance. Yin is considered a lunar or ‘cool’ practice as opposed to heat-building practices, so bring a sweat shirt or socks if you get cold.


A series of specific postures that are designed to improve strength, flexibility, and balance while also promoting mental concentration and calmness. Breathing techniques along with physical and mental focus throughout the practice give a meditation feel. Students are encouraged to  move at their own pace. 


An interval-style dance fitness party that combines low-intensity and high-intensity moves. You'll burn lots of calories as you move to the rhythm with Latin-inspired dance moves. The best part of it all is that it doesn't even feel like exercise!