July 26, 2016

Thinking about taking Group Fitness for the first time? Beginners are always welcome! You may start a class at any time (no need to wait for a new session). If you’re new, remember to do what your body is comfortable with: it’s completely fine to modify movements. All Group Fitness classes are included in your membership, so there’s no risk in trying them all!

Not a Member?  Try your first class free of charge.  You can either become a Y  member and get all classes free of charge or you can pay a daily guest fee of $6 ($3 for students).  Guests become a Y member for the day and get full access to the facility.


12:30-1:15 PM             Cardio Flow






INSANITY is a revolutionary cardio-based total body conditioning program based on the principles of MAX Interval Training. … INSANITY’s interval training is the pinnacle of cardio training.

Pound is a full body cardio jam session, combining light resistance with constant simulated drumming. The workout fuses cardio, Pilates, isometric movements, isometric poses and plyometrics.

Kickboxing will get you out of the couch, out of the classroom, and into an exhilarating total body workout where a fusion of dance and martial arts meet. Lace up and get ready to kick fat cells in the gut, knockout stress, and gain strength.

This class will be a full body workout with plyometric movements. Class will help you build muscle, and get your body working as a full unit in strength and speed.


A Bollywood-inspired dance fitness program, BollyX helps you burn calories, get in shape and unleash your inner rockstar all at once! The pumping Bollywood beats mixed with high intensity dance moves will give you a total body workout in just 45 minutes. BollyX is redefining healthy living in a whole new way. Come join us for a class and perform like a rockstar!

Cardio Flow

Cardio Flow combines yoga and athletics for a unique mind-body experience! Classes feature traditional yoga poses, plyometric and strength movements, such as jumping jacks and lunges. Cardio Flow moves quickly to elevate your heart rate, then slows down to focus on stretching and breathing. It’s a total-body workout that challenges the notion that yoga only is slow and meditative.