Virtual Fitness Classes

Spring 2021 Virtual Fitness

January 11th - April 16th, 2021

(No classes January 18th, and Spring Break: March 1st - 5th)


To participate first Purchase Online

Registration Opens December 30th, 2020

* Please note that Virtual Fitness and Free Well-being are separate programs
with separate passwords and require separate registration. 

To access each class click on the class link embedded in the schedule above. You will need to enter the program password. The password is located on your registration confirmation. 

Set your screen name to your actual first and last name. We will be checking registration. If it appears you are not registered, you will be removed from the class.

Classes will be locked after 5 minutes. Please be prompt.

No classes during University Holidays.

Please review our policy page prior to purchasing.

Schedule is subject to change.

Class Descriptions

Body Sculpt   Non-cardio workout to strengthen and firm the whole body using weights, resistance bands and body bars.

Cardio Sculpt   A combination class including floor aerobics and/or kickboxing with sculpting intervals.

Core Sculpt   Combination class including light body sculpting exercises with Pilates-style mat work to strengthen and lengthen the entire body.

Functional   High intensity circuits that include cardiovascular, strength, and agility drills. This class is high intensity, but modifiers and progressions will be offered and class is open to any fitness level. 

Pilates   This mat-based class consists of low-impact exercises designed to improve flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, especially of the “core” (abdominal, back and hips). Emphasis is on proper breathing and alignment.


Hatha Yoga   Yoga fundamentals taught at a slower pace focusing on increasing flexibility through postures, breathing and relaxation/ meditation techniques.  A good introduction or reinforcement of yoga practice.

Iyengar Yoga   Hatha yoga taught with the Iyengar teaching method.  Focus on alignment and precision in the yoga positions with the use of props.  Intermediate level requires at least one year of Iyengar Yoga experience.

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