Introduction to Strength + Conditioning

The purpose of this class is to introduce you to the basics of weight training and conditioning to improve your anaerobic capacity, strength/power development, speed development, movement, and flexibility. In simpler words you will learn, master and progress from simpler to more complex exercises with the intention of improving your athletic performance. As your body adapts to the training demands of this program you may experience less chronic pains/aches from everyday life, you won't find yourself as winded, and improved, injury free physical performance in your work and recreation/sport.

Our job as trainers is use our experience, education, and evidence based practice to make life as difficult as possible in the weight-room, so that the physical demands of your everyday life is easier.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about this class. We are looking forward to hearing and working with you.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
9:00 am and 5:00 pm

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Spin + Core

The purpose of this class is to increase your anaerobic capacity (ability to work at higher heart rates for a shorter duration) and to strengthen your core. Improvements in your anaerobic capacity and core strength will be determined by a lower resting heart rate, better wingate performance and a longer pain free plank time. This class is for anyone at any fitness level.

Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 am

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Pilates is a mind body exercise that is great for people of all ages. Come improve your core strengthen, flexibility, and posture! We will be using mats and small props such as flex-bands and fitness circles to balancing the entire body.
By focusing on abdominal strength and postural alignment, the exercises are designed to restore the natural curves of the spine and stabilize the muscles around the joints. Get into shape with this intelligent exercise created in collaboration with physiotherapists and athletic therapists.

Thursday at 7:00 pm
Saturday at 9:00 am

*If you own a mat, please bring it along

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