Group Exercise
 
We offer a wide variety of classes for everyone at every stage, from beginning to challenging. We have class options that help you work on specific health issues, and others that give you a comprehensive, full-body workout. Classes are ongoing, there is no registration so you can drop-in any time.


Class schedule is subject to change. Classes may be added or removed at any time. 
Please see group exercise schedule link above for up to date class information. All classes are 50–55 minutes unless noted in the description. 

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Intensity Rating Guide

 Gentle: For those just starting exercise, returning from injury or not sure where to start.
 Light: For those who have had some experience exercising, have minor activity in their daily life or those that have tried gentle classes and found them to be too easy.
 Moderate: For those who are regular exercisers, have regular activity in their daily life or tried light classes and found them to be too easy. 
 Moderate-Challenge: For those who would like to challenge themselves without feeling overwhelmed, have high activity in their daily life or tried moderate classes and want more. Instructors offer optional levels to make class challenging. 


Class Descriptions

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Cardio

Active Exercise

Dance Fitness
Indoor Cycle
Nia
P90X Light
Zumba
Zumba Gold


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Flexibility & Balance


Classic Mat Pilates
Core Yoga
Flow Yoga
Gentle and Restorative Yoga
MELT®
Pilates for the Vintage Body
Tai Chi
Tai Ji & Dao Yin
Tai Chi for Balance
Yoga: Hatha for Beginners
Yoga for Health
Yoga at Ruff Park

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Strength

Better Bones and Balance
Core de Force at Lively Park
Core & Curves at Lively Park
Fun Fit: Functional Fitness
Gentle Exercise for Wellness
Intro to Weight Training
Men's Fitness Club
POP Pilates
Silver Fitness

Silver Sneakers Classic
Stability Balls
Strength and Flexibility
Strong Bones, Strong Body















Cardio

Cardio
 classes are designed to increase your heart rate to improve the health of your cardiovascular system. Depending on the class, this might be in intervals or a slow bell curve. Both are good for heart health! Cardio (aerobic) activity is recommended a minimum of 3-5 days per week amounting to 150 minutes total per week. 


Active Exercise: Ages 50+. Realize your fitness goals with moderate aerobics, resistance training, stretching, flexibility and strength training in one class. Instructor: Cindy O’Brien.  ♦♦

M, W, F
Adult Activity Center
No class 9/2
8:45-9:45am 

 


Dance Fitness: Ages 14+. Love your workout with this combination of dance and fitness moves for serious fun.  Dance yourself fit to pop, jazz, Latin, jive, Bollywood and more! ♦♦♦

Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/22
5:30pm 



Indoor Cycle: Ages 18+. Indoor cycling burns the most calories per minute of any class. Challenge yourself and work at your own pace. Instructors: Wendy Petulla (W), Kara Churchill (Sa). ♦♦♦ 

W
Adult Activity Center
No class 8/21
5:30pm 

Sa
Adult Activity Center
No class 8/17, 8/24, 8/31
9am


Nia: Ages 18+. Nia is low-impact exercise to music - a healing blend of cardio, martial arts, dance and Tai Chi. Build bone density and enhance balance with new moves. No experience necessary. Appropriate for all fitness levels. Instructor: Janet Hollander. ♦♦ 

Tu
Adult Activity Center
No class 8/20

4pm 
Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/22
5:30pm


P90X Light: A less intense version of P90X LIVE… Get ready to make new workout buddies, bust through personal plateaus together and rock out to the music! This fitness breakthrough has helped millions of people increase strength and endurance. Bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Jessica Auxier. Held at Lively Park, 6100 Thurston Rd., from 6/24-8/19. ♦♦♦ 

   
M, W from 6/24-8/19
Courts at Lively Park
No class 9/2 
7:30am 


Zumba:  Ages 14+. Latin dance meets fitness with this cardio-blast workout. This interval-style class gives you time to catch your breath before pulling you back into the groove and pumping up the cardio. Drop in to get a workout that feels like a night out! ♦♦♦ 

Tu
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22
5:30pm 



Zumba Gold: Ages 50+. Enjoy a mellow version of this dance-inspired workout. Get your heart rate up and build endurance in a low impact format. Drop in and dance! Instructor: Cindy O’Brien. ♦♦

Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/22
1:30pm 


Flexibility & Balance

Flexibility and balance (neuromotor) classes are designed to lengthen muscles and tendons to increase range of motion. Balance supports motor skills, prevents falls and improve movement function. Classes such as yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates employ both facets of exercise. Flexibility and Balance are recommended a minimum of 2-3 days per week.


Classic Mat Pilates: Ages 18+. Build and nourish your core with this class focused on control and flexibility. Classic Pilates is for all levels of fitness. Instructor Julie Christensen.  

Tu
Bob Keefer Center 
5:30pm 


Core Yoga: Strengthen and build awareness of your core  muscles, with this core focused yoga class. Designed for students looking for  more challenge or for those with some yoga experience. Instructor: Glenda King.  

M, W
Adult Activity Center
No class 8/19, 8/21, 9/2
5:30pm 


Flow Yoga: Get fit and strong with a vinyasa, or "flow," yoga class. Enjoy the flexibility training and embodiment that makes yoga so good for your mind and body.  Instructor Celina Johnson-Hess.  

Th
Bob Keefer Center 
No class  7/4, 8/17-8/31, 9/21
5:30pm 


Gentle and Restorative Yoga: Ages 18+. This class combines gentle movement with restorative poses to release tension and stress and invite a sense of calmness and tranquility. Meditation and healing Reiki energy may be used to enhance relaxation and deepen students’ experience. Instructor: Cevia Yellin.  

Th 
Adult Activity Center 
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22 
4:30pm 


MELT®: Ages 18+.  Improve balance, stability and health through this form of self-massage. MELT uses compression and lengthening techniques to help you escape chronic pain for good. Instructor Anne Cooper. 

Tu, Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/17-8/31, 9/21
11:30am


Pilates for the Better Body: The Pilates method  will focus on range of motion, breathing, balance, posture, strengthening, and flexibility. Incorporating the breath with mindful movement is essential for maintaining mobility. Bring a mat to class. 

Tu, Th
Bob Keefer Center 
No class 7/4
9am


Tai Chi: 18+. Tai Chi can help you reduce pain and inflammation, increase joint mobility, improve balance, prevent falls and develop mental focus.  Tuesday  & Thursday instructor Don Hildenbrand. Saturday instructor: Linda White
New Saturday class starts 6/29!

Tu, Th, Sa
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22
11am 


Tai Chi Ji & Dao Yin :  50+.Tai Chi can reduce stress, improve balance and strengthen core muscles. Learn both Tai Chi and Dao Yin Yang Sheng Gong forms for improved health. Instructor: Lin Lin Choy 

Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4. Last class 8/15.
2:30pm

 


Tai Chi for Balance: Ages 18+. Improve balance, strength, fitness and focus with these classic movements.  Instructor: Don Hildenbrand.  

M, W 
Bob Keefer Center
No class 9/2 
10:00am 


 

Yoga: Hatha for Beginners: This hatha yoga class, for beginners or those just returning to practice, increases flexibility and body awareness. Enjoy a class accessible for all fitness levels that focuses on basic yoga poses and techniques. Instructor Cevia Yellin.  

Tu, Th
Adult Activity Center 
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22 
5:30pm 


Yoga for Health: Ages 50+. Explore yoga poses and discover how they can help improve strength, flexibility and balance. Bring a blanket for passive poses. Chairs are often used for support. 

M, W
Adult Activity Center 
No class 8/18, 8/21, 9/2
8:30am
10am


 

Yoga at Ruff Park:  Yoga for all levels. Free your body and mind from stress while increasing strength and energy. Held at Ruff Park, 66th St.  

M, W (6/24-8/19)
Ruff Park
7:30am 


Strength

Strength classes are designed to increase muscle mass. Muscle mass can be increased by using resistance like weights or bands, or by using bodyweight. Increase of muscle mass has been associated with increase in metabolism, increased longevity and improved mental cognition among other benefits. Strength training is recommended 2-3 days per week of non-consecutive days.  


Better Bones and Balance: Ages 50+. Enjoy floor exercises and strength-training in this evidence based class designed to help prevent osteopenia and osteoporosis from Oregon State University. This advanced class is the next level after Strong Bones Strong Body. Instructor: Cindy O'Brien.    

W, F
Bob Keefer Center
No class 8/21, 8/23
11am

Core & Curves: Ages 14+. Work out with a class that combines boxing, kickboxing and Muay Thai. Move through 30-minute "rounds" that alternate between fighting combinations, bodyweight moves and cardio. Instructor: Jessica Auxier. Held at Lively Park, 6100 Thurston Rd., from 6/27-8/22.    
Tu from 6/25-8/20
Courts at Lively Park  
7:30am   



Core de Force: Ages 14+. Work out with a class that combines boxing, kickboxing and Muay Thai. Move through 30-minute "rounds" that alternate between fighting combinations, bodyweight moves and cardio. Instructor: Jessica Auxier. Held at Lively Park, 6100 Thurston Rd., from 6/27-8/22.    

   
Th from 6/27-8/22
Courts at Lively Park
No class 7/4 
7:30am 


Fun Fit: Functional Fitness:  Ages 18+. Get ready to take control of your body in a class that improves strength, builds bones and corrects alignment. Focus on major muscle groups and your core to improve reflexes and balance.  Instructor: Anne Cooper.  

Tu, Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 8/20, 8/22
10:30am 


Gentle Exercise for Wellness: Ages 50+. This 45-minute class is great for stretching muscles, joint rotation and improving oxygen flow. Moves are especially helpful for arthritis. Instructor: Byron Hanks. 

Tu, Th
Adult Activity Center 
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22. 
10am 


Intro to Weight Training: Ages 18+. Explore the ins and outs of weight training in this comprehensive introduction. Learn about equipment, lifting techniques and get tips on modifying your workout to your individual needs. Class meets in the fitness center. Instructor: Richard Strunk.  

Tu, Th
Bob Keefer Center
No class 7/4 
9am 



POP Pilates: Ages 18+. An incredible fusion of ab-chiseling and total body defining moves choreographed to upbeat pop songs. This intense, mat-based workout challenges students to rhythmically flow from one exercise to the next developing a rock solid core while leaving no muscle untouched. Learn more about the POP Pilates format here.  

Th
Bob Keefer Center 
No class 7/4
6:30pm 


Silver Fitness: Ages 50+. Exercises and movements in this class created for seniors, will increase strength, range of movement and improve function for daily living. Hand-held weights, resistance bands with handles and balls are used for strength and reflex training. Chairs are provided for support and balance activities. Instructor: Frank Beber. ♦♦

M, W
Adult Activity Center 
No class 8/19, 8/21, 9/2
8:30am 


Silver Sneakers Classic: Ages 50+ Move to the music through exercises designed to increase strength, range of movement and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a Silver Sneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is available for seated or standing support.  Instructor: Linda White.  

Tu, Th
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/20, 8/22 
1pm 


Stability Balls: Increase fitness and develop core strength with this 50 minute class. Stability balls are excellent for both overall fitness and improving problem areas like the back and joints. Improve strength with resistance bands, light dumbbells, and body weight exercises. BYOB- bring your own ball! Instructor: Richard Strunk. 

M, W
Adult Activity Center 
No class 9/2 
8am 


Strength and Flexibility: Ages 18+. Get fit by improving your strength, balance and flexibility. Core and weight training help build muscles to stay active. Resistance and body-weight exercises together train the whole body. Appropriate for all ability levels. Instructor: Richard Strunk. 

M, W
Bob Keefer Center 
9am 


Strong Bones, Strong Body: Ages 50+. Learn to enhance your bone strength, improve balance and increase strength and energy. Exercises based on bone research are adjusted to your ability level. Those diagnosed with osteoporosis or osteopenia are strongly encouraged to attend. Instructor: Cindy O’Brien. 

Tu
Bob Keefer Center 

1:30pm 
W, F
Adult Activity Center
No class 7/4, 8/21, 8/23
9:30am


Frequently Asked Questions

I'm recovering from an injury, or I have a body part that hurts. Can you help?

Let your instructor know if you are new to class or of you have an injury or "trouble" spot so they can offer options to you. All classes have modifications to accommodate different levels of fitness, so just ask your instructor for a modification. They will be happy you asked.

How do you categorize group exercise classes?
Classes are categorized by type: CardioFlexibility & Balance, and Strength. This is no coincidence—these are types that doctors may recommend you work on to meet your exercise needs.

Cardio classes are designed to increase your heart rate to improve the health of your cardiovascular system. Depending on the class, this might be in intervals or a slow bell curve. Both are good for heart health! Cardio (aerobic) activity is recommended a minimum of 3-5 days per week amounting to 150 minutes total per week.
 
Flexibility and balance (neuromotor) classes are designed to lengthen muscles and tendons to increase range of motion. Balance supports motor skills, prevents falls and improve movement function. Classes such as yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates employ both facets of exercise. Flexibility and Balance are recommended a minimum of 2-3 days per week.

Strength classes are designed to increase muscle mass. Muscle mass can be increased by using resistance like weights or bands, or by using bodyweight. Increase of muscle mass has been associated with increase in metabolism, increased longevity and improved mental cognition among other benefits. Strength training is recommended 2-3 days per week of non-consecutive days.  

Many of our classes combine all three types of exercise to give a complete workout in one class. Categories are chosen based on the major focus of the class. If a class consists of multiple types but includes a cardio segment, it will be listed under cardio.

How do I know if I am at the correct intensity level?
For Cardio: It is difficult to talk during the hardest parts of class. You can only speak in short bursts, you are sweating a bit and you can tell your heart rate is up. Please note, a racing heart that overwhelms you is NOT what you are looking for. If this occurs, see your doctor to make sure it is safe for your to exercise.

For Strength: The next day (or sometimes 2 days after) your muscles are sore. Many people don’t like feeling sore, but if you want to increase muscle mass, it is an important part of the process. Please note, sore muscles are achy. Sharp, stabbing pains care NOT what you are looking for and may be a sign you have an undiagnosed injury.

For Flexibility: You are able to follow along with the class and feel comfortable. Exercises or poses can be achieved with minimal discomfort.

For any class, the biggest sign you are in the right place is that after class is over… you feel good!

How do I pay for group exercise classes? 
We're glad you asked! Our ALL-ACCESS Fitness Pass is your one-pass, everything-you-could-possibly-need, unlimited option. It's our best deal for folks who are serious about their fitness and health, and a solid choice for folks who want to dabble in a little of everything. Click here for more information.

We also have a few other options for paying for your classes. If you have wellness benefits through your health insurance policy, see our Silver Benefits Pass. For all other pricing options, check here.
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