Group Classes

What are the benefits of group classes?

Group Fitness classes are beneficial in many different ways. Our classes provide an opportunity to socialize and meet new people working towards a similar goal and lifestyle. Working out in a group setting with others can be incredibly motivating versus working out alone. The energy and enthusiasm of the group can make exercising more fun and enjoyable. All of our instructors take the time to guide and support all the members of their classes, ensuring that everyone performs their exercises safely and effectively.

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Class Descriptions

Step Aerobics

Step aerobics has all the benefits of a high-intensity cardio workout without putting stress on your joints. It improves overall fitness by building strength, reducing fat, and boosting your cardiovascular health. The “step” (platform) is a 4-inch to 12-inch raised platform. You step up, around, and down from the platform in different patterns to boost your heart rate and breathing, and strengthen your muscles.

Yoga Group Physical Therapy

Physical therapy patients or anyone interested in this class can benefit from the numerous advantages of yoga: autonomic nervous system relaxation, increased flexibility, improved strength, and psychological healing. Combined with the relative ease with which yoga can be learned and taught to a patient, there is more reason than ever to add yoga to one’s training repertoire.

Dance Fitness

Dance fitness is a type of group exercise class that incorporates some or many forms of dance. Like most forms of aerobic or cardio exercise, dancing has many health benefits. Besides burning a good number of calories, dancing can also increase your muscle strength. Building lean muscle mass may help you burn fat and tone your muscles. 

Chair Fitness Group Physical Therapy with Alina

This class is ideal for anyone with mobility issues but wishing to take part in a gentle, yet stimulating, session. Predominantly chair based and combines physical therapy components such as strengthening, stretching, and balance work. 

Grateful Aging Program

The Grateful Aging Program is introduced as a set of transformative steps to promote well-being and to shift fear of aging into inspiration for living well. Nine steps to Grateful Aging are identified: 1) answer the call to transformation, 2) cultivate curiosity, 3) formalize a Grateful Aging practice, 4) set intention for Grateful Aging, 5) pay attention to the gifts of aging, 6) build Grateful Aging habits, 7) find guidance, 8) move to acceptance, and 9) transform self and society. Educational programs are described for elderly patients and for the health care professionals who serve them. The Grateful Aging Program is designed to expand awareness of healthy, mindful, and meaningful aging; to promote individual and social well-being; and to facilitate a supportive atmosphere for personal enrichment and shared learning.