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Get up and move!

Maybe you’ve been meaning to start but just haven’t found the right routine. Perhaps you’re recovering from an injury or haven’t gotten around to it. Whatever your excuse, today is your day to start working out.

We offer daily group fitness classes for all interests and skill levels, targeting everyone from children to adults. Designed to boost endurance, strength, and motivation, our exercise classes provide you with the newest trends in group fitness. Led by amazing instructors in a variety of classes from cardio to strength training and yoga, our classes will challenge you to move smarter, push harder.

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Aerobic Dance

If you are looking for a fun way to get in shape and stay that way, aerobic dance is it. Burn calories with choreographed routines accompanied by music while you build strength and endurance.

First Aid CPR/AED

Learn the skills and knowledge to help with many different illnesses and injuries and potentially save a life through our hands on training classes in First Aid and CPR/AED.


General fitness classes focus on broad goals of overall health and well-being. If you want to feel fitter, perform everyday tasks easier check out a class today.


Meditation… it makes you a better you! Our classes focus on promoting relaxation, building internal energy and help you develop compassion, patience, and forgiveness.


Strengthen and tone, improve posture or relieve pain, Pilates will help you do that. We offer a variety of classes geared to improve your fundamental strength and stability to move and support your body!

Playtime and Movement

Playtime and movement classes are great for toddlers. These high energy classes are geared for stimulating play through movement, music, story and sensory exploration.

Strength Training

Strength training classes specialize in the use of resistance to induce muscular contraction which builds the strength, anaerobic endurance and muscle size.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise practiced by millions for both physical and spiritual development. It is as a graceful form of exercise and involves a series of movements performed in a slow, and focused manner.  Tai Chi addresses key components of fitness such as muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and, to a lesser degree, aerobic conditioning.


Learn to live a healthier life though a variety of classes, workshops and programs.


Workout fads come and go, but virtually no other exercise program is as enduring as yoga. It is a complete mind-body workout that burns calories and tone muscles plus combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation.

6 Reasons You Should Start Working Out Today

The benefits of exercise are far more than just losing weight. Exercise benefits everything from your sleep quality to your energy level, and even your memory. From making you happier to helping you live longer, regular exercise is key to living a healthy, balanced life.

1. Boost happiness levels.

We’re always looking for ways to be happy and exercise is one of the most obvious steps to take. It’s not a coincidence that you feel better after a good workout, it’s science.

2. Learn to set and achieve goals.

Whether it’s increasing the amount you can deadlift or increasing your cardio workout, setting and achieving fitness goals is an incredible self-confidence boost.

3. Sleep better.

Exercise promotes better quality sleep by strengthening circadian rhythms, which help you more bright-eyed during the day and bring on sleep at night.

4. Get an energy boost.

When you’re feeling exhausted, the last thing you might want to do is squeeze in a workout, but that’s exactly what you should do. Even a low-intensity exercise, the equivalent of a leisurely stroll, drops fatigue levels.

5. Increase strength and flexibility.

Strength training, whether you’re lifting weights, doing bodyweight exercises or incorporating yoga moves, helps improve muscle strength and muscle mass, particularly important as we age.

6. Increase self-confidence.

Exercising can help you feel better about yourself — no matter what type of workout you do or how fit you are.

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