Class Descriptions

Aqua Zumba:
Aqua Zumba is classic aqua aerobics with Latin flavor added, You perform large muscle movements by reaching your arms and lifting your legs in the water, as well as circling your hips and shoulders. The typical land-based Zumba dance steps, such as cha-cha, merengue, salsa, reggaeton and mambo, need to be more exaggerated and slower in the water, so the water tempo is half the land tempo.
Who Should Attend: All

A beginner to intermediate course covering water acclimation, proper posturing and movements, lap swimming, endurance/survival drills,etc. Open to children and adults. 
Who Should Attend: All

What to bring: proper swim attire, goggles. and proper hydration
A people-inspired dance fitness program that is a mix of explosive dancing and boot camp toning. Everything about this fitness program can be described as explosive – all of the movements are always big, exaggerated, full-out, and the very best.
Who Should Attend: Adults
Seniors Center Stretch/Silver Sneakers:
A fun and gentle way to get our Senior community moving with stretches, light weights, and balance moves.
Who Should Attend: Seniors
Yoga (Power/Vinyasa):
A powerful, energetic form of yoga where students move from one pose to the next while connecting their breathing to their movements.Class is fast-paced and builds strength, flexibility and balance.
Who Should Attend: All 

Yoga (DDP): 
DDP YOGA combines the very best of Yoga, Traditional Fitness, SportsTherapy and Dynamic Resistance to create an effective fitness plan. With DDP yoga you’ll get cardio, increase flexibility, strengthen your core – all with minimal joint impact.
Who Should Attend: All 

Takes the "work" outofworkout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party.
Who Should Attend: All

Traditional Crossfit:
Our traditional crossfit classes will expose members to basic fundamental movements performed in Crossfitt. Introductiion of mechanics of each movement with emphasis on how to perform the skills as safely and efficiently as possible.

Who Should Attend: All

Tennis (Clinics):
This clinic is designed as the first step in developing ball skills and swing technique in young players, as well as, provide young athletes with an opportunity to fine tune their tennis skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.
Who Should Attend: All