Group Exercise ClassesNovember Calendar
Aqua Fitness: Utilize the resistance of the water in this refreshing low-impact aerobic workout. Focuses on improving range of motion, creating long lean muscle mass, soothing stiff joints and improving cardio output. Some flotation equipment is used to increase resistance and provide greater buoyancy. Must be able to enter and exit the pool using a small staircase. Sunglasses and sunscreen are required.
Balance Training: This chair-based class addresses basic balance systems, the impact of aging and chronic conditions on balance and the five basic skills for balance. Balance training improves muscle strength, posture, mobility, range of motion and endurance. Increase your knowledge of fall prevention and self-confidence. Light, hand-held weights are utilized in this class. Improve your balance in a safe and comfortable environment. Learn more about the importance of exercise for the older adult.
Body Conditioning: An invigorating workout combining body bars, stability balls, and other equipment. A comprehensive total body workout.
Boxing Bootcamp: A workout using exercises such as pushups, jumping rope, shadow boxing, and sit-ups while teaching the fundamentals of boxing.
Chair Pilates: A modified Pilates class using chairs, the wall, balls, rollers, elastic bands and Pilate rings to modify exercises to strengthen the upper body, core, spine and the muscles that support the joints.
Chair Yoga: Many of the benefits of yoga can be experienced while seated or standing with the support of a chair. Chair Yoga is perfect for people who are physically challenged due to age or illness. It is also a good way to relieve the stress and tension of long hours of sitting, standing, or driving. Yoga breathing, gentle stretching and modified yoga poses (asanas) work to improve respiration, circulation, flexibility and muscle tone. These practices also help develop better posture and balance, as well as providing an effective means of de-stressing and re-energizing.
Cycle: A great cardiovascular workout to music while on a stationary bike.
Cycle/Abs: A 45-minute cycling workout followed by 15 minutes of abdominal and core work, squats, and pushups.
Dance Conditioning: Moving to contemporary and dance music, work all the muscles in the body including the brain. Develop length, strength, balance and a strong core. Learn overall awareness of the strengths and weaknesses throughout your body while working in a disciplined way. Have fun and develop confidence in the way your body moves.
Extreme Body Conditioning: A full body conditioning class that has been designed to push you beyond your comfort zone. This class is not intended for those recovering from an injury.
Forever Fit Balance: A chair based class designed to improve balance and strengthen the upper body using light weights. Participants may stay seated throughout the class or participate in standing balance postures.
Forever Fit Strong: 45 minutes of strength and conditioning using various forms of resistance designed to build muscular strength and endurance.
Forever Fit Yoga: Uses yoga postures and breathing techniques with the use of a chair. Perfect for anyone who may have difficulty standing for long periods of time. No mat required.
Gentle Pilates: This class is designed for those with little or no experience in Pilates. Learn the basic principles, body awareness and breathing techniques to engage the core and stabilize your body.
Gentle Yoga: A slower-paced spin-off of yoga. Students use breathing rhythms, holding poses for stretch and strength, and flowing through other poses to increase the heart rate.
Hatha Yoga: Combining traditional yoga poses with breathing techniques to improve strength, flexibility, and posture.
Long, Lean and Limber: A chair workout designed specifically for Forever Fit members (age 55 and over). Mild stretch and strength exercises using resistance bands and the Pilates ring will tone and lengthen muscles while invigorating and rejuvenating the body.
Meditative Yoga: This class focuses on relaxation and restorative yoga techniques. It is based on traditional Hatha Yoga movements that release tension in the body and quiet the mind.
Physique: Offers strength training, intervals, circuit training and exercises to get your heart rate up while having fun.
Pilates: Learn to work your body from the inside out. Elongate, tone and strengthen your body as a whole. Focus on balance, core stabilization and low-back strength.
Power Vinyasa Flow: Flow through various positions at a higher level of intensity. Break a sweat in a powerful yet playful yoga practice working your physical, mental and emotional state.
Roll 2 Recovery: Learn to roll out your tight sore muscles and restore function using a foam roller, tennis balls, and other props. Class also includes corrective stretch instruction.
Sculpt: Non-stop muscular toning and conditioning exercises designed to target all your major muscle groups. Weights, bands, steps and other equipment may be used in this class.
Strength and Tone: A total body workout using various forms of resistance training including equipment and your own body weight.
Yoga: Using Vinyasa flow, students use breathing rhythms, holding poses for stretch and strength, and flowing through other poses to increase the heart rate.
Youth Fitness: Ages 7-12 years old. This class will involve basic movement patterns that every developing child needs. It will be comprised of a warm up followed by body weight-based strength exercises and calisthenics, and lastly a free play game that incorporates the day’s learned movements.
Youth Movement: This class will get kids moving and encourage them to live an active lifestyle. Classes will address fundamental movement components such acceleration, deceleration, coordination, change of direction and speed. These components are incorporated into organized play which includes the day’s lessons.
Zumba: Zumba fuses Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow dance moves to create a dynamic fitness program that will bring great results and tons of fun.