Are you currently receiving or recently graduated from orthopedic rehab and looking to safely get back into strength training? Or simply just looking to get back into fitness?
Fit Over 40 Small Group Training is an 8 week progressive series. This strength training series will teach you the movements you need to maintain muscle tone, bone mineral density, increase flexibility, stability, and restore core strength.
The small groups allow for more one-on-one attention at an affordable rate. They are intimate, fun, & encouraging.
Start creating healthier lifestyle habits today!
Current Session: Mar 4th - Apr 25th
NEXT Session: May 1st - Jun 26th (morning sessions only)
- Monday & Wednesday, 8:00-8:50 AM
- Monday & Wednesday, 4:30-5:20 PM
- Tuesday & Thursday, 8:00-8:50 AM
$320 for 2 classes per week for 8 weeks (16 classes total) OR $22 per class to drop in.
This also includes a weekly email with a bonus workout, stretching routine, nutrition tips, & fun facts!
This Runners Specific Training Camp will focus on dynamic stability of the hip, knee, and ankle to properly prepare yourself for the outdoor running season with progressive single leg strengthening and plyometric exercises to reduce your risk of injury.
This program has been carefully designed to increase your power, recovery, & endurance for those longer runs.
Mar 4th - Apr 25th
- Monday & Wednesday, 7:00am-7:50AM
- Tuesday & Thursday, 6:00-6:50AM
- Tuesday & Thursday, 5:15-6:00 PM
$320 for 2 classes per week for 8 weeks (16 classes total!)
Includes a weekly email with a bonus workout, nutrition tips, & fun facts or challenges!
Recovering from winter injuries?
This class is ideal for those recovering from a lower body injury or looking to prevent injury and enhance performance by improving form, function, balance, strength, and stability. This is a mat-based class that will incorporate flexibility and mobility in addition to hip and lower body stabilization.
When: Apr 23rd - May 16th
- Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4-4:50pm
Cost: $160 for 2 classes per week for 4 weeks (8 classes total) OR $22 per class to drop in.
This class will incorporate how to manage common women’s health problems such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse (associated more with pelvic floor weakness), and pelvic pain. We will cover concerns about exercising during pregnancy and postpartum issues such as divarication of rectus abdominis, exercising after a caesarian section. This progressive series will help you prevent injury postpartum and aid in how to get back into exercise safely and confidently.
Upcoming Session: May 6th - June 12th
- Monday & Wednesday, 12:15-1 PM
- Wednesday & Friday, 7:15-8 AM
Cost: $240 for 2 classes per week for 6 weeks (12 classes total) OR $22 per class to drop in.
Looking to improve your posture and total body alignment? Struggling with chronic shoulder issues, neck pain, or lower extremity alignment? This class series will focus on total body postural alignment and scapular stabilization to decrease pain and improve overall function.
When: June 10th - July 11th
- Tuesday & Thursday, 12:10-1 PM
Cost: $160 for the 4 week series (8 classes total) OR $22 per class to drop in.
Making Waves Aquatic Therapy
Making Waves is an aquatic class that focuses on head to toe range of motion, balance, and low impact stretching in a light resistance environment. Classes are $48/60 for the month (depending on the # of Tuesdays in the month) or $15 per class as a drop-in. Please call ahead to check for availability if planning to drop-in.
This is a beginning mat Pilates class focused on core strengthening in multi-level positions. We utilize body weight, no props. Please bring your own mat.
$15 per class, or $120 for a 10-class punch card
Ai Chi Classes
Ai Chi is an aquatic class designed to focus on the controlled breath and repetitive movements to calm our center, improve balance and core strength and leave with a renewed ability to manage the daily stressors of life. This is a sequential series and as a result, the instruction builds from one session to the next. Please join us for an exhilarating series of feeling good inside and out! Classes are $48/60 for the month (depending on the # of Thursdays in the month) or $15 per class as a drop-in. Please call ahead to check for availability if planning to drop-in.
This circuit-based aquatic class is geared for cancer survivors to build overall strength & conditioning to help you function more easily in your daily life and get back to the activities you enjoy. As quoted from the instructor, Julie Allen, PTA, it is "a hooting good time!" The class runs in a 6 week block - cost is $60 for the entire block.
Ai Chi Classes
Ai Chi is an aquatic class designed to focus on the controlled breath and repetitive movements to calm our center, improve balance and core strength and leave with a renewed ability to manage the daily stressors of life. This is a sequential series and as a result, the instruction builds from one session to the next. Please join us for an exhilarating series of feeling good inside and out! Cost is $96.00 for 8 weeks. Call our Williston office at 860-4360 to pre-register for this class!
This is a high-intensity aquatic interval training class for cardio conditioning, strength training, and having FUN! Participants require a bathing suit (or clothes you are comfortable wearing in pool), towel, shoes for pool deck/locker room and the desire to sweat! Cost is $72 for the full 6 week session. You are encouraged to sign up in advance, but drop-ins are accepted. If you are interested in dropping in to try a class, please call our office at least 24 hours in advance for approval. Drop in costs are $15/class.
Discover yoga postures, breath work, meditation techniques, and how to relax. Learn ways to modify postures to heal injuries or to avoid them. Bring a yoga mat and water, and get ready to relax and enjoy the practice of slowing down.
Cost is $60 for a full 6 week session or $12 to drop-in.
Please join us for an introductory educational clinic as part of our Balanced Rider program for the equestrian. The 2 hour clinic will include introductory philosophy, exercise demonstrations, a home exercise program, and your own oblong balance ball to help you address the musculoskeletal imbalances that directly affect the quality of your horseback riding, regardless of your discipline.
When & Where: Please contact Heather Chernyshov, MS, ATC, NCTMB for individual clinic times.
This class is for local seniors who wish to improve their flexibility, balance, strength, cardiac health, and overall mobility. Generally, intensity will be moderate so comfortable clothing and sneakers are recommended. All exercises may be completed at each person’s own pace and modified to better fit each participant’s ability. Please call with questions.