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GROUP POWER is a 60 min. barbell program strengthens major muscles in an inspiring, motivating group environment with fantastic music and awesome instructors. With simple, athletic movements such as squats, lunges, presses and curls, GROUP POWER is for all ages and fitness levels. Discover results. Discover GROUP POWER.


Everyone from new exercisers to avid cyclists can benefit from the group dynamics and awesome music. GROUP RIDE matches terrain with tempo and mixes great music with a great workout! It will take you through slow climbs, short sprints and recovery spins that present no barriers to coordination or boredom.

Instructors are highly-trained to maximize each class experience, from proper set-up and positioning, to providing options for new exercisers. In addition, each song in a GROUP RIDE class has its own feel and style that is captured by the movements ensuring that Everyone Finishes First!


Redefine your self with GROUP CENTERGY. Grow longer & stronger as you explore this 60 minute journey of yoga & Pilates movements. Positive uplifting music, group dynamics and supportive instructors will enable you to center your energy, reduce stress and even smile. New GROUP CENTERGY classes are developed every three months to create constant variety for members.


A 60 minute high intensity, results-oriented conditioning program to develop functional conditioning. Each session trains the entire body with body weight movements. Mono-structural cardiovascular activity, dumbbells, resistance, medicine balls and agility tools utilize cross fit training.


This cardiovascular class consists of circuits being set up around the room ranging from hi-intensity moves, sports conditioning drills, and may be interspersed with strength and core challenges.


Formerly Lite Moves…The perfect class for someone just starting out their fitness program or for someone who wants a complete low impact cardio and strength workout. All exercises focus on movement and form.

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