The Y offers hundreds of free classes led by trained, responsive, and fun instructors. Try indoor cycling, BODYPUMP, yoga and pilates, water exercises, and more.

  • Water Aerobics Classes
  • Spinning Classes
  • Les Mills Classes
  • Yoga Classes
Water Exercise Classes

Utilize the resistance and buoyancy of the water to improve cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility. Instructors lead small groups through water choreography and resistance exercises. Browse a sampling of our classes below, check the schedule at your local branch and drop into a class today!

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Strength Classes

The Y offers a variety of strength-training classes that combine the benefits of building strength with the motivation and positive atmosphere of a group exercise class. These classes will increase your muscle endurance, enhance your cardiovascular ability and will develop coordination and balance.

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Mind & Body

Living healthy is about spirit, mind and body at every age and stage. The Y offers a variety of mind/body classes to help you relax, strengthen, stretch and improve flexibility. We have something for every interest and every fitness level.  

Spirit-Mind-Body Class Benefits:

  • Feeling better, looking better and meeting friends
  • Union of spirit, mind, and body
  • Increased muscular flexibility
  • Increased core strength
  • Reduced stress levels
  • Improved overall well-being

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Cardio Classes

Cardiovascular (cardio) exercise burns calories and lowers body fat while strengthening your heart and lungs. Our group fitness and cardio classes are fun, motivating and challenging – and there’s so much variety!

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Carbs & Fats: Good vs Bad

Everywhere you look, there seems to be nutrition advice, research, facts, and opinions. Whether you’re seeking to better understand carbohydrates, fats, or both…Which are good for you? Which are bad for you? Which will best serve your wellness goals?... The amount of information out there can be overwhelming, sometimes conflicting, and many times leaves us to wonder, “What is the truth?”