Small Group Classes

Encouraging ● Social ● Fun

What Classes Do We Offer?

1. Alzheimer’s prevention class This class is appropriate for people who wish to optimize their brain health. Each class consists of an exercise session and an information and discussion session on various topics related to brain health. Social interaction is encouraged because that is an important pillar of optimal brain health.

2. Beginner’s spin class. This class is appropriate for people who are new to spinning and perhaps new to exercise in general. Each session will include a combination of time on the bike, functional strength training, and stretching. And best of all, our bikes are equipped with big, comfortable, cushioned seats, so that your fanny enjoys the ride too!

3. Intermediate spin This class is appropriate for those who are comfortable with a longer, more challenging ride on the bike.

4. “Feats of Strength” Level 1 This class is appropriate for people who are new to exercise and want to enhance their ability to engage in an active lifestyle for many years to come. Each session will include a “circuit” of exercises that challenges all of your muscle groups and movement patterns while also enhancing your cardiorespiratory fitness.

5. “Feats of Strength” Level 2 This class is appropriate for “graduates” of Level 1.

6. PWR! Moves This class is appropriate for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. It is a floor based class and includes PWR! moves done in a chair, standing, and on a mat.

7. Pedaling for Parkinson’s  This class is appropriate for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. It is done on our spin bikes (equipped with big, cushioned seats) and does not require previous spin or bike riding experience.

8. Down’s But Not Out!  This class is appropriate for teens and adults who have been diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome. Each session will include exercises and social interactions that enhance the participants total body wellness. Participation in this class requires a doctor’s authorization.

9. The Full Spectrum  This class is appropriate for teens and adults who have been diagnosed with autism. Each session will include exercises that challenge the “full spectrum” of muscle groups and movement patterns as well as social interactions that enhance the participants total body wellness. A parent or care-giver must be present during class.

10. Chair class Our chair class is designed for those who want to participate in a fun, total body wellness class, but are not comfortable participating in a standing class.

11. The Happy Belly This class is designed to provide a safe, fun workout for women who are currently pregnant or who have recently delivered their babies. It features a mixture of cardio training, strength training and modified abdominal exercises. Participants must have a signed doctor`s release to participate.

How Does It Work?

Step 1: We provide you with a free 15-minute consultation, either on the phone or in-person, so that you can learn more about our small group classes. If we mutually agree that one or more of our classes is a good fit for your needs, then we proceed to step 2.

Step 2: We ask you to complete a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q). Based on your answers to these questions, you may be able to immediately proceed to step 3, or we may need your doctor to sign a release form that authorizes you to participate in our classes before proceeding to step 3.

Step 3: At this point, you can choose to purchase access to an 8-week class that meets two times per week (for a total of 16 sessions). The price is $100 for access to an 8-week class that includes 16 one-hour sessions. This translates to a rate of $6.25 for each one-hour class.  You can cancel your participation in a class at any time for any reason and receive a FULL refund for any remaining unused sessions.

Step 4: At the end of 8 weeks, you can choose to purchase access to additional 8-week small group classes, or continue your fitness journey on your own.