Affordable, personal and effective, Small Group Training can help you break through that fitness plateau and achieve your desired fitness and weight loss goals. Designed for groups of 3 to 6, these training sessions combine the energy of Group Fitness and exercise classes with the individual attention of personal training.
Training sessions last 45-minutes to 1 hour.
1 FOR $27
5 FOR $125
10 FOR $220
Balanced Athlete – Foundations+Plus
Thursdays 9:00-9:55am with Samantha
Fridays 6:00am-6:55am with Isiejah
Intelligent. Efficient. Balanced.
Based on the original Balanced Athlete class, Foundations+Plus will teach your body to move as it was designed. Connect mind and body, and re-educate muscles and bones to move symmetrically and in balance to reduce pain and increase movement efficiency. Regular practice will alleviate joint pressure, improve posture, and increase muscular tone. Designed for all fitness levels. Done barefoot.
Tabata Training with Alvina
For years, we’ve been focusing on calories burned during exercise, but new research reveals that we should focus on what happens AFTER exercise is over. Tabata training workouts are short in duration and designed to boost post exercise caloric burn so your metabolism keeps burning more calories long after the exercise is over. This training program is based on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) using the 20-10 Training Protocol – where a specific exercise is performed for 20 seconds at a high intensity followed by 10 seconds of rest.
Strength and Agility with Peri
Strength and Agility small group personal training will challenge you to reach your personal best while maintaining a focus on building strength, improving balance, coordination and fundamental movements. Appropriate for all levels desiring a friendly, supportive small group class and great music.
Target Fit with Madie
This gentle yet intense class focuses on toning and sculpting your waist, abs, glutes and arms with small, precise and highly repetitive movements. It is mindful of proper alignment. It has zero impact though does require some knee flexion in some of the routines. Modifications are available to a certain extent.