Classes at a Glance
Our signature approach to group exercise gives you the tools you need in a welcoming setting. We believe there is a class for everyone. From beginners to seasoned athletes, our group fitness classes provide a wide variety in class type, style, and intensity.
If you're worried about joining a class that is too difficult or challenging, don't be. We empower each person to modify and adjust as needed - and will show you how to do so. We're here to help.
All group fitness classes are included with Reh-Fit membership.
Group Fitness Classes
Dedicated to new exercisers and those who prefer a slower paced class with basic exercises.
Learn how to prevent falls, improve balance, and strengthen lower body. This class will be done from a standing position with a chair for support.
A class that will challenge and enhance your abdominal strength and postural awareness to help with balance.
This adapted class is perfect for all who prefer to do stretching and strengthening exercises from a chair.
Flexibility exercises from a chair with static and reange of motion stretches.
Low-impact aerobics, strength training, core, and balance training followed by stretching.
A class designed to help release your muscles leaving your body feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Stretch & Strength (S&S)
A complete body workout focused on strengthening and lengthening the major muscles of the body.
Classes with modifications and intensity options to match your fitness level.
A great combination of cardio fitness and strength training for a well-rounded workout.
A focus on your cardiovascular system while moving at a slower pace to great music.
Three minute intervals of cardio drills, strength training, and yoga.
Core Boot Camp
A fun and challenging cardio, strength, and core workout.
Four minutes of hi-lo alternating with four minutes of muscle conditioning.
Cardio training on the rower.
Cardio training on the rower combined with muscle conditioning.
An intense blend of martial arts for improving you cardiovascular system, strength, balance, and dynamic flexibility.
Indoor cycling — or spinning — on a stationary exercise bike for a cardiovascular workout.
Four minutes cardio on the bike alternating with four minutes muscle conditioning.
20 minutes of cardio on the bike, 20 minutes of core exercises, 20 minutes of stretching.
20 minutes of cardio on the bike, 20 minutes of strength training, 20 minutes of yoga.
25 minutes of cardio drills focusing on the fundamentals of an indo-Row class, complemented by 15 minutes of core training and a stretch.
A circuit consisting of rowing, cycling, and muscle conditioning.
20 minutes of step followed by 20 minutes of Hi-Lo.
Four minutes of step alternating with four minutes of muscle conditioning.
Basic step moves with full body strengthening and stretching.
Total Body Conditioning (TBC)
Total body muscular conditioning workout that promotes muscle endurance, core stability and strength, balance, and flexibility.
A perfect combination of cardio and strength drills to make you sweat.
Dance-inspired movements and awesome music to enhance your cardiovascular system.
Classes designed for participants who are ready to take their fitness to the next level.
Bars and Bells
A 45-minute strength training workout.
A resistance training workout using stability balls, Bosus, bender balls, and dumbbells.
A 45-minute class that will blast away calories — 15 minutes of cardio and 20 minutes of strength training.
Choreographed interval training with cardio peaks and toning tracks set to music you know and love.
High Intensity Intervals of cardio, strength, power, and agility.
High intensity intervals of cardio, strength, power and agility all to the beat of the greatest hits!
Build cardiovascular endurance, speed, and running mechanics with a series of medium to longer distance drills followed by a Tabata strength component.