Join us for fun, high-energy workouts! Our instructors come with a wide variety of certifications in order to provide a safe environment for you to work at your own ability and fitness level. Group classes are free for all affiliates and $2/class for non-members.
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We are excited to be an officially licensed MOSSA facility! Group Power is a results-driven workout that combines traditional strength-training exercises with high-repetition weightlifting and dynamic functional moves. Group Power launches a new periodized release every January, April, July, and October.
Instructor: Stephanie Rountree
ZUMBA®: Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Ditch the workout and join the party! ZUMBA® is an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness party. All fitness levels welcome.
Instructor: Noel Marpna
Active Recovery involves low intensity exercises through stretching and functional movement of the body. The goal is to allow your body to heal after a workout through movement. We will focus on flexibility, maintaining movement and low intensity exercises.
Instructor: Jillian Dorning
ATS Boxing: Our introductory boxing class will work your entire body while growing your cardio endurance! Participants will learn and engage in fundamental basics and techniques.
Instructor: Ryan Bianchet
Summit is a strength and conditioning class taught by our Personal Trainers. Workouts consist of rotating through a quick-paced circuit of functional movements. All movements incorporated are designed to mimic actions you perform in your day-to-day life, like squatting, lifting, pulling, pushing, etc. All fitness levels are welcome. Modifications will be supplied for beginner lifters.
Instructors: Chaney Allen & Davie Ferraro
Barre Intensity®: Combines attributes of Pilates, dance, and functional fitness training. We incorporate small isolated movements to fatigue the muscles, large range motion to elevate the heart rate, and sequencing that incorporates upper and lower body to make every minute count.