Fitness & Movement
Please refer to the schedule to check for times, availability,
and for the physical challenge level as referenced below.
I = Light II = Moderate III = Intense
Enhance your aerobic capacity in this 45-minute class with high intensity interval training using cardio machines.
Pump it up on stationary bikes with this high-intensity, low-impact, calorie-burning class geared to push you to improve cardiovascular conditioning while having fun.
Cycle & Sculpt
This class combines high-intensity indoor cycling and resistance exercises to help define long, lean muscle.
This flow class begins with an active practice. After working on strength and balance, the flow will become restorative, thus helping to rebuild the muscles you worked.
Full Body Sculpt
Work the whole body in this full-body sculpting class. The use of props will offer a variety of exercises aimed at working everything, from the core to the limbs.
HIIT & Core
Engage in this High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) class with an additional focus on core strength. Quick, intense bursts of exercise are followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This training gets and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less time.
This weight-resistance class uses kettlebells to help you increase muscle tone and develop core strength.
Kinesis, Cardio & Strength Interval Training
Increase your aerobic capacity and tone your body as you alternate between strength equipment and cardio equipment in this upbeat interval class.
Boost your metabolism in this 30-minute class that incorporates full body exercises with little rest in between to maximize calorie burn and increase metabolic rate.
Movement and fitness for individuals with neurological conditions. Great for those with balance issues, post-stroke, MS, ALS, and Parkinson’s disease. Fitness goals are strength, balance, posture, and walking. PALM’s NeuroRehab team with Dr. Kedia, Dr. Kardesch, and Ashley Kumar will be leading the class.
This class’ smooth, continuous flow deepens breathing and increases endurance. Power flow is best if you are already physically active, comfortable with the basic vinyasa postures, and appreciate a healthy sweat.