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Cardio & Total Body Workouts

RIP & RIP 30

RIP is a barbell workout that incorporates functional orthopedic strength training. Every movement plane is attacked using weights and bodyweight. Featuring safe and motivating exercises, and great music to create a thrilling group fitness atmosphere.

RIP 30 is an express version of RIP.

Tabata Training

One Tabata interval requires only four minutes, but they will be four of the most intense you’ve ever experienced.

Fit 4 Life

This class focuses on improving balance, mobility, and coordination while strengthening small muscle groups for a functional, healthy body & mind. All abilities are welcome in this class!

Immersive Cycle

Join us for a cycling program that brings the outdoor ride – inside. Interval-based cadence training takes your classes through sprints, intervals, hills, and mountains, to achieve results and personal goals.

Barre, Zumba & Dance


Barre is an intensive body shaping experience that produces reliable results, no matter the person or fitness level. It is not a dance class, but it is influenced by classical and modern dance as well as Pilates, yoga and deep stretching.

Barre Extreme Cardio

Elevate your heart rate to burn fat using high intensity intervals combined with body changing barre exercise.You’ll do tabata style workouts, longer cardio intervals, low impact fat blasts, and sculpting exercises to hit every main muscle and truly see what Barre motto “Shake to Change” means!


It’s more than a workout. It’s a party. Zumba® combines fitness and fun, using almost every muscle of the body as you shimmy, shake and stomp to hypnotic Latin rhythms.

Werq Dance Fitness

WERQ is a wildly addictive cardio dance workout built on zero judgment and good vibes only. Join us for a high-energy sweat session set to trending pop and hip-hop favorites!

Aquatic Exercise

Hydro Fitness

It’s a great way to lose weight without breaking a sweat in our pool. And it makes toning those trouble spots much easier.


An hour of fun water fitness moves, pumpin’ music to get you moving, in high intensity interval bursts of 20 seconds with 10 second rests. Burn more calories and improve strength and cardiovascular endurance.


This class incorporates various methods of buoyancy that aid a participant to tread water for resistance training. The first half of the class will include a warm-up and 25 minutes of aqua-aerobics with sporadic cueing of “feet on, now off ” the pool floor. The constant change in body positioning, vertically and horizontally, taxes the body without putting stress on the joints, allowing for a moderate to advanced workout. However, exercises can be modified to fit each individual’s fitness level. The second half of the class includes 25 minutes of muscle sculpting and toning, ending with stretch. Individuals who enjoy resistance exercise, pilates, barre, and dance training will find their niche in this class.

Yoga, Pilates, & More

Flow Yoga

Flow is a yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates workout that builds flexibility and strength. Controlled breathing, concentration and a carefully structured series of stretches, moves and poses creates the ultimate mind-body experience.

Gentle Stretch

Gentle Stretch is a beginner level yoga class that focuses on range of motion and stability level exercises, which is great for gaining flexibility and core strength.


Pilates remains a favorite among fitness fans. Pilates helps keep muscles loose and flexible, making your body less susceptible to injury and allowing it to recuperate while still working your muscles. Pilates is a resistance exercise, that mostly works your core.

Pilates Plus

This workout will build upon the concepts of Pilates to bring you a low-impact, total body workout. This is a mat-based class in which you will perform repetitive exercises designed around Pilates reformer exercises and traditional strength training principles. With a heavy focus on core strengthening and alignment, this class may help relieve back pain, improve posture, and tone your muscles.

Restorative Yoga

This practice is designed for those who suffer from chronic body fatigue or experience acute pain from overactivity. Through its relaxed postures and breathing techniques, Restorative Yoga helps to restore energy to tense muscles and release tight areas of the body. Restorative poses are mostly seated and reclining with the use of a chair, bolsters, blocks, balls, sandbags, and blankets. All poses are held (with prop support) for several minutes to ensure the release of synovial fluid to lubricate the connective tissue surrounding joints as well as to soften the tight knots found deep in the fascia tissue.


Yoga increases the range of motion in joints. And no matter your level of yoga, most people see results in very short order. It also improves; strength, muscle-tone, posture, and more.

YogaBarre Fusion

Yoga and Barre all-in one!