Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation

Class Descriptions


AquaHIIT – An intense 45-minute, full-body workout. It blends on-deck and in-water exercises with both traditional and specialized equipment. Aquatic training boosts endurance and reduces impact on joints due to water’s buoyancy. Water also offers consistent resistance in every direction, making this class uniquely challenging and invigorating.

Barre – Barre classes combine ballet, core work, weight training, and yoga at a ballet barre. The barre helps maintain balance and alignment while students focus on isometric strength training (the practice of holding a pose while contracting a specific set of muscles). Students can expect to do many small range-of-motion exercises and multiple repetitions to build strength, stability, and balance.

Core Training – Strengthen your complete core: abdominals, back, hips and glutes. A strong core will help improve everything from your balance to sports performance. Core Training is the perfect way to top off any workout.

High Intensity Interval Training – Challenge your power, strength, and endurance during this circuit-based, high intensity training session. Let our coaches lead you through a workout using TRX, kettlebells, steps, bands, battle ropes, plyo boxes and more!

Strength – This class strengthens all the major muscles in the body for a head-to-toe workout. A “light weights, high reps, short recoveries” formula will build tension quickly and put high demand on your muscles to perform. Beginners and advanced levels alike will get an effective workout through a non-stop progression of movement motivated by energetic music!


Cardio Kickboxing – Cardio Kickboxing is a fun and high-intensity cardio class that uses punches, kicks and athletic moves all set to music. No experience needed for this upbeat cardio workout!

Cycling – Utilizing stationary bikes, this class simulates hills, flats and speed work all set to music and/or timed intervals in order to increase the heart rate. Great for outdoor cycling and fitness enthusiasts alike.

Cycle & Strength – This combo class takes elements from our most popular classes in order to give you the best workout! Using the stationary bike to increase cardiovascular fitness through hill climbs, speed and flat roads, along with high intensity circuits and full body strength movements, this class delivers a well-balanced workout.

OULA (cardio dance) – This dance inspired, cardio class incorporates popular, upbeat music set to easy-to-follow dance moves from many different genres. This is a crazy-fun workout where you can let it all out, free of judgement! All fitness levels, no dance experience expected.

Mind & Body

Flow Yoga – Flow Yoga is a fluid & powerful style of yoga that links movement and breath together. This class begins with a deep warm up, continued by moving through creative flows, and is the perfect place to start taking your practice to the next level. More advanced postures are broken down step by step and your teacher will offer modifications and variations to suit you.

Gentle Yoga – Never practiced yoga? If you want a gentle way to learn more about yoga, this class is for you! Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Postures are practiced at a slower pace with attention to alignment and detail. Your teacher will help you to utilize props and give you modifications to enter and exit postures with ease.

Meditation Circle – Ready for a reset? This meditation group draws upon real techniques from Tibetan Buddhist practices, scientifically proven to reduce stress and improve overall wellness. Practice is bolstered by creating space to share your challenges and victories, little and big, and by learning how mindfulness might be impacting your daily life. Plus, meditating with others is where the magic happens! This group is open to all. No prior experience necessary.

Restore Yoga – In restore, we use props and hold postures for longer periods of time to initiate deep relaxation of the body, mind, and spirit. Restore Yoga is beneficial to balance a more active practice or to decompress after a stressful day.

Yin Yoga – Yin Yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body – the tendons, fascia, and ligaments – with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. Yin poses are held for longer periods of time – up to five minutes. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence while creating spaciousness in the body.