Class difficulty is ranked on a scale from 1-5, with
1 being a beginner level class and 5 being an advanced level
(Difficulty: 5; Class Limit: 8) Is the number of stairs in this stairwell! Looking for a unique and challenging cardio workout to get through the winter? This combined cardio and strength class is held in the 'secret' stairwell at New Self and is intended for people who are ready to WORK!
ABC's - Arms, Back & Chest
(Difficulty: 3; Class Limit: 5) Feel free to practice your alphabet during this 30-minute class as you strengthen your upper body to help tone those arms and improve your posture.
(Difficulty: 1; Class Limit: 7) Controlled stretches that
prevent stiffness and tendon shortening as well as reduce
muscular tension and prevent injury. Please arrive a few minutes early to warm up prior to class!
BAGS (Backs-Abs-Glutes-Shoulders): (Difficulty: 3-4; Class Limit: 7) This is a low impact workout focusing on
your abs, back and glutes using a variety of accessories (e.g.,
resistance bands, weights, balls).
Bench Body: (Difficulty: 4-5; Class Limit: 5) You'll burn calories and shape your body with lots of variety but no complex choreography in this non-dancey, challenging step workout.
Boot Camp: (Difficulty:
1-5, can be modified to all levels; Class Limit: 10) Small group workouts, with all the benefits of personal training in a fun motivating group environment. You will never know what to expect: Cardio & Resistance Training? Core strengthening? Functional Fitness? Kick Boxing? Athletic Intervals? Running? Balance? Plyometrics? Calisthenics? A little bit of everything? We'll keep you guessing week-to-week! (Note: Boot Camp Express is a 30-minute class.)
BOSU: (Difficulty: 5; Class Limit: 6) A challenging cardio class on the BOSU, followed by an intensive strengthening class that utilizes the BOSU along with a variety of fitness accessories including bands, dumbbells and kettleballs.
BOSU Boot Camp: (Difficulty: 4-5; Class Limit: 10) Just another way to get in a good workout on the BOSU! Different from the class, stations will be set up involving the BOSU as well as utilizing other equipment in the gym such as ellipticals, treadmills and the bike.
3-4; Class Limit: 7, depending on kettle ball weight needs
for each participant) Involves whole body conditioning because
the entire musculature of the body, particularly the 'core',
must contract as a group due to lifting and controlling the
PEPP: (Difficulty: 2;
Class Limit: 7) Performance Enhancing Prehabilitation Program (formerly CORE I) emphasizes the muscles that stabilize the spine, pelvis and run the entire length of the torso. Great class for overall strengthening as well as understanding what defines muscles of the "core."
PowerABS: (Difficulty: 4;
Class Limit: 7) Formerly Power CORE, it is strongly suggested that you spend time participating in PEPP for a more specific understanding of what defines Core and for proper mechanics of movement.
Stir Fry: (Difficulty:
1-5, can be modified to all levels; Class Limit: 10) Curious? Check out this mixed class where anything goes—you won't get bored!
Stability Ball Blast: (Difficulty:
3-4; Class Limit: 5) This is a full body strength and toning workout. Dumbbells and bodyweight exercises will be utilized to bring your muscles to fatigue like never before! Discover what it feels like and means to lift to muscular failure with lower loads.
Xtreme Xertion (X2): (Difficulty:
6, no modifications; Class Limit: 6) Need we say more? This class was designed with advanced Boot Camp participants in mind. Come prepared for an intense workout. Promptness is mandatory.
2; Class Limit: 12) Class open to all levels (from complete
beginner to advanced). Each class will focus on a universal
heart-oriented theme that will connect through a brief guided
meditation to a series of poses. Participants will use breath
and movement to cultivate physical awareness and sensitivity
as well as increase strength, balance, flexibility and inner
peace. Empty bellies, comfortable clothing and a light-hearted
sense of play encouraged. Classes taught by Sarah Kissel and Jana Laughlin. (Please bring your own mat if you are able.)