Group Fitness & Movement Classes
We have a variety of group movement classes for all levels of fitness. Our fitness instructors are CPR-certified, fully-credentialed and are trained to safely conduct group fitness classes.
One-hour Classes are offered on-site or remotely at a flat rate per class with no minimum/maximum participants and can be funded by participants or corporate wellness funds.
One-Hour Fitness Classes
Whether you are looking for an inner glow and outer radiance or a challenging workout, yoga can provide you both, depending on how deep you choose to go into a pose. Classes include energizing exercises, deep relaxation, flexibility and inner core strength. Comfortable clothing, a yoga mat, water and a towel are all you need!
Add a little fun to your work day while improving your overall fitness and muscle tone with any of our dance classes for a low-impact but high-intensity workout including traditional aerobic dance steps. We can bring any type of dance to your worksite including Zumba, belly- dancing, and more!
Time to move, blast the calories, sweat, and have fun! Throw away the spanks and girdles! This class is the answer to a tighter stomach and stronger back. That’s the best of both worlds! Appropriate for all fitness levels.
Tai Chi art embracing the mind, body and spirit – Originating in ancient China, tai chi is one of the most effective exercises for health of mind and body. The essential principles include mind integrated with the body; control of movements and breathing; generating internal energy and mindfulness. The ultimate purpose of tai chi is to cultivate the qi or life energy within us to flow smoothly and powerfully throughout the body. Similarly, Qigong can be described as a mind-body-spirit practice that improves one's mental and physical health by integrating posture, movement, breathing technique, self-massage, sound, and focused intent.
Meditation is a mind-body practice that’s been used for centuries to promote calmness, improve physiological balance, and improve overall health. There are many studies that have demonstrated how beneficial regular meditation can be on the mind and body. Which is why more and more companies are starting to offer a meditation program for employees.
Learn how to combat the negative effects of prolonged sitting. Sitting all day can cause back pain, joint dysfunction, muscle inactivation, and decreased metabolism. The best way to find balance is to move intermittently throughout the day and become aware of posture and movement patterns. This class provides simple stretches, yoga postures and breathing techniques that can be incorporated into the workday.
Regardless of your current physical activity and ability levels, we will show you that you don't need much equipment to benefit from personal training or help you challenge yourself to your best potential. Our certified personal trainers will help you lose weight, gain energy, build muscle tone, sleep great, and be more productive and focused at home and at work.
Multi-session Fitness Programs
Have you been wanting to get into exercise but don’t know where to begin? Or do you feel that you need a gym membership or expensive personal training sessions in order to get started?
The Fitness for a Healthy Life program is a combination of education, demonstration and practice of the foundations of a safe and effective fitness program (at home or in the gym).
The topics covered during this program are:
- Proper form/body mechanics
- Safety and avoiding injuries
- Program design
- Working with your personal goals
- Establishing a home exercise routine
- Understanding why exercise and building muscle is beneficial
- Learning the basics of nutrition for fitness
Session 1 – Introduction and Getting Started
- Goal setting
- Benefits of physical activity
- Effects of resistance training
Session 2 – Safety and Avoiding Injury
- How to warm up
- How to cool down
- Benefits of flexibility training
Session 3 – Proper Form and Body Mechanics
- Functional movement
- Standard body movement
- Progression moves
Session 4 – Workout Design
Session 5 – Popular Fitness Fads and Myths
- Popular training programs
- Fitness Myths
- Diet and supplements
- Long term success & plateau
Session 6 – Nutrition for Fitness
- Staying hydrated
- Balanced diet
- Calories in and calories out
- Apps for fitness
In this comprehensive 8-week walking and nutrition basics program the focus is on walking safety, program design, and motivation. For the nutrition component, we talk about what “real” food is and what it does for the body.
Employees “walk away” feeling empowered by a newly established walking routine and knowing how to make their food work for them
Session 1: Walking Basics and Diet Clean-up
- Walking safety
- Setting goals
- Pick walking team champions
- Food as fuel – diet clean-up for optimal energy
Session 2: Treating Your Body Right
• Practice stretches for walking
• Proper body mechanics while walking
- Menu planning
- Pulse and target heart rate
- Facing the elements
- Healthy Carbs
- Squeezing exercise into your schedule
- Navigating the maze of “good fats, bad fats”
- Get the most out of your workout
- Stepping up your steps
- Utilizing all of your muscles
- Change it up!
- Circuit training routine
- Quality proteins
- Vegetarian options
- Finding ways to stay motivated
- Mindful eating
- Walking as a way of life
Session 3: Menu Planning & Walking in the Zone
Session 4: Nutrition Basics: Carbs & Making Exercise Happen
Session 5: Nutrition Basics: Fat & Maximizing Your Workout
Session 6: Adding Strength Training to your Walking Routine
Session 7: Nutrition Basics: Proteins and Staying Motivated
Session 8: Living the New You: Maintenance Strategies and Mindfulness