Fitness Class Descriptions

All fitness levels are welcome in our classes; modifications can be made for all exercises.

See the current class offerings HERE.



Aqua Fit

Aqua Fit helps condition and tone your heart, body, mind and spirit with fun and fluid exercises that target muscles for endurance, strength, flexibility, range of motion and balance. This class uses water resistance techniques and a variety of equipment, both in deep and shallow water to allow participants to get a rejuvenating, invigorating and effective workout. Swimming skills are not necessary.

Yoga in ASL

This class will teach poses in a vinyasa (sequence of poses moving with breath) for those looking to learn the yogic flow and do stretching & strengthening exercises.  Class is suitable for all yoga skill levels including beginners who can transition from floor to standing without the aid of chairs. The class will be taught in American Sign Language, and faculty/staff with basic sign language skills are welcome.  Expect an energizing practice midday allowing for a quick clean up back to work!  Please bring your own mat or a towel to use.


Pilates is a low impact class designed to improve joint strength, balance, posture, coordination and core stability.  Participants are coached through the day-to-day application of learned movements.

Indoor Cycling

Better Me Indoor Cycling instructors guide participants through various workout phases within each class in order to improve physical conditioning on a specialized stationary bike. Phases include warmup, steady-paced cycling, sprints, climbs, cool down and more!

We are using brand new bikes in our cycling classes.  Come check them out!

Cycle and Sculpt

Spin & Sculpt combines training components from the circuit class and the spinning class. Participants will be coached through a series of strength and core exercises off the bike together with endurance and fat loss intervals on the bike!

We are using brand new bikes in our cycling classes.  Come check them out!


Yoga is a low impact class designed to improve posture, strength, flexibility and balance.  Participants are coached through proper technique for safety and effectiveness.


Zumba is a dance-based cardio class that targets fat loss and lean muscle toning in the upper body, lower body and core.  Zumba is a high energy, rhythmic workout that offers a fun, party-like atmosphere.

Kettlebell Class

Better Me Kettlebell class utilizes the uniquely designed kettlebell to improve strength, flexibility, balance and cardiovascular capacity while emphasizing technique and safety.

Mobility and Movement

Do you suffer from tendonitis, tight muscles, back, neck, and shoulder pain? This no impact, low intensity class utilizes various tools and techniques to help you feel your best! Self-Myofascial Release (Foam rolling), Dynamic Stretching, Static Stretching, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Stretching (PNF Stretching) are the scientifically proven methods which will be utilized heavily in this restorative class.


Better me HIIT, or High Intensity Interval Training, takes participants through a full body workout that alternates between short, high intensity sets, followed by short recovery sets.

Boot Camp

Better Me Boot Camp mixes traditional calisthenic and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training.  Our instructors will incorporate various workout modes and equipment to ensure safe and effective fitness improvement.  

Total Body Conditioning

Improve your overall health with equal parts cardio, strength and flexibility to ensure a full body workout.  This versatile format will keep you engaged, energized and feeling strong!

Barre Fitness

Barre Fitness is a hybrid workout class, combining ballet-inspired moves with elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and strength training.  This class also focuses on high reps of small range movements

Participation in Better Me fitness and wellness programs is voluntary and participants assume all risks, known and unknown, inherent to exercise and workout programs and/or injuries which may result from participation in such activities. It is recommended that you consult with your personal physician before starting any exercise or fitness program.