Classes are taught by highly-qualified instructors who motivate participants to reach their fitness goals. From low-impact beginner classes to high-intensity advanced classes, there’s something for every skill level. Most exercise classes are offered year-round, but check the schedule for the most up-to-date offerings.
GroupEx Schedule & Registration
View the upcoming week’s schedule of group exercise classes using the link below and register for a class online. You will need to create a login to GroupEx Pro when registering for your first class. This is a different login than your Mayerson JCC website login, but you could choose the same email and password for both accounts at your discretion.
Group Exercise Class Registration
Now you can sign up for group exercise classes using our new GroupEx Pro platform. It is easy to register, view your schedule, and cancel classes if you cannot attend. Classes are free with your JCC membership!
Group Exercise Classes (45-minute all level classes)
Hatha Yoga: Using focused postures and breathing techniques, this practice will develop balance, mind-body awareness, strength, and mobility.
Mat Pilates: Mat Pilates focuses on the core postural muscles and teaches breath awareness and body alignment. You’ll increase strength, flexibility, and body awareness.
Power Yoga: Power Yoga emphasizes strength and flexibility and is well-suited for individuals who are seeking an excellent workout as well as the serenity associated with the practice of yoga.
TriYoga Flows: Tri Yoga, the art and science of yogaflow, unites breath with flowing and sustained postures. It has the inherent qualities of rhythmic pacing, relaxation-in-action, wavelike spinal movements, and economy of motion.
Yin Yoga: Yin Yoga is a meditative class targeting the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine.
Yoga Fusion: Yoga Fusion is a trend that blends yoga poses with other fitness regiments, such as Pilates, strength training and dance. Light dumbbells, balls and bands are often used in this exercise class.
Cardio and Core: Large movements combined with fast paces exercises make for a sweaty, intense workout. Cardiovascular conditioning, hybrid exercises and core exercises are all included in this class.
Core and More: Strengthen and tone your core, and then focus on full-body recovery through release work, stretching and restorative poses.
Fit Camp: Classes incorporate a variety of strength, mobility, and endurance programming for general fitness.
Fitness & Friends: 18+ and grades K – 6: Fitness and Friends are low-impact, inclusive group exercise class geared toward individuals with intellectual disabilities. Participants should be able to engage independently in a low-impact fitness class, where they will have the chance to exercise and socialize.
Roll and Release: Foam Rolling and stretching movements that target connective tissues for flexibility, mobility, and relaxation.
Functional Fitness: Cardio and Strength classes for 65+ interested in strength, heart-health, mobility, and balance.
Light Dumbbell Workout: This class will utilize lighter dumbbells and encourage higher repetitions to improve muscular endurance and muscle tone.
Intervals: Aerobic, Strength, and core exercises in time cycles of work and rest with low and high impact options.
Total Body Workout: Total Body Workout combines cardio and strength training in a circuit format with stretching and yoga for a total body workout in just one hour.
Strengthen: Emphasizes the benefits of moderate to heavy weight training like bone health, building lean muscle, and after-burn.
Deep Water: Using floatation equipment, participants experience minimal to no impact on joints while strengthening muscles.
Shallow Water: This program uses water resistance to develop muscle tone and flexibility. The warm water eliminates any pounding pressure on joints, while providing a stimulating workout.
Outdoor Shallow Water Tai Chi: A gentle, invigorating class that challenges the core, enhances strength, and range of motion while minimizing the effects of gravity on the joints.
HIIT Spin: In this shorter class, you will work in various levels of intensity with designated recovery periods. You will be encouraged to maximize the effort and work hard. No indoor cycling experience required.
Spin: This indoor cycling class is for all fitness levels. Classes focus on drills to build power and endurance on the bike. Higher intensity drills are also used to push past your anaerobic threshold to increase your cycling power.
Barre Fitness: Barre classes combine ballet-inspired movements with stretching and strength training.
Zumba: Zumba is a high-energy cardio class combining Latin moves and music with interval training. No dance skills required