Group Fitness Classes

To view our updated Group Fitness Schedule, effective April 1, 2024, click HERE.

 If you would like instructions on how to join our virtual group exercise classes, click HERE.

Group Fitness Class Descriptions

CARDIO & STRENGTH

  • Get a kick out of fitness! Aerobic exercise with boxing & traditional martial arts patterns provides constant low-centered movements to strengthen your muscles & give your heart a workout!

  • This interval-based class combines full-body strength training with a variety of equipment and elements of cardio designed to help strengthen your body head to toe and improve your muscular stamina.

 

DANCE

  • A fusion of Latin and International music/dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting, and based on the principle that a workout should be "FUN AND EASY TO DO." The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. This class builds cardiovascular health, coordination and balance by challenging the heart and working the muscles of the hips, legs and arms with dance moves.

 

 

MIND & BODY

  • Yoga for those who want to take it easy and loosen up without breaking a sweat. Melodic tunes and dim lights help you relax and feel a good stretch throughout the body.
  • Each class is aimed towards a moderately vigorous level with modifications given as needed. Instruction provided in breathing technique, warm-up & posture flow. All levels are welcome if they are comfortable moving at a faster pace with less instruction than beginner poses.


Learn 8 Benefits of why YOU should attend a Group Fitness Class!

Please note: Most of our classes are designed to be all levels so you can participate at your own level of fitness. The instructor will try to offer variations so you can find the level you are most comfortable performing throughout the class.
EFC Recommendation: If you are new to a class, it helps the instructors if you arrive on time for the class and take a moment to introduce yourself to the instructors. This way they can familiarize themselves with any injuries you might have, as well as, find out your current activity level so they can provide you with your best experience in the class.
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