Group Fitness Excercise

Group Fitness Exercise

Registering For Fitness Classes

 Our focus is to keep our community as safe and healthy as possible. Due to the current stay at home orders: 

  • Limit our fitness class size
  • Monitor 6 foot social distancing. There will be designated marks on the floor
  • No cash will be taken at this time. You must go online and set up an account prior to attending a class
  • We encourage you to purchase a “fitness punch card” online and pick up your card at the front desk. You can also pay for your class with a credit card at the front desk.
  • Registration for fitness classes will be available 30 minutes prior to the beginning of class at the front desk.
  • At this time, there will not be online registration. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience.

We appreciate your understanding and we will continue to monitor the situation and our hope is as restrictions are lifted we will be able to grow our class numbers.

  • Barre, Body Sculpt, Rev + Flow and Yoga classes- please bring your own mat.
  • In-Trinity Class will be moved to the gymnasium for the month of June to allow for more space.
  • You are welcome to bring your own hand weights, there will be a limited number of weights available for use.
  • We ask that participants clean their equipment before and after usage.
Pelham Parks & Recreation offers many ways to stay fit, healthier and active with group fitness. We offer classes: cardio fitness, strength train and mind and body.
  • Class are for ages 14 and up.
  • Classes are geared for all fitness levels.
  • Purchase Fitness Punch Card online or at the front desk.

 A full description of all classes can be found below.

  1. Fitness Class Descriptions
  1. Barre
  2. Body Sculpt
  3. Cycle
  4. In-Trinity Warrior 1
  5. Kickboxing
  6. Refit
  7. Rev+Flow
  8. Yoga

A low impact, energizing workout that has proven to create long, lean, powerful muscles and increase flexibility. Classes include the use of the ballet barre, hand weights, resistance bands, and exercise balls. Exercises typically focus on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment, and core engagement. All levels are welcome and encouraged!