We are proud to offer a wide-range of classes tailored to meet your unique needs. We offer private and group classes. Our personal trainers are highly skilled and patient. We offer corporate memberships and group discounts.

Abs 101  -   A challenging introduction to abs. Those experienced with working abs also benefit as this program highlights often overlooked aspects of developing abs based on physiological principles. This class is great, even if you think you can't do sit-ups! crossfit training in Toronto -
 This class is efficient because you work your entire body-- heart and muscles--by going from one exercise to another with no rest. The workouts involve calisthenics like pushups, jumping jacks, crunches and other body weight exercises...the difference lies in the intensity. In boot camp, your challenge is to take your body to its limit. You work, you sweat and, best of all, you burn calories like crazy.

Cardio Kickboxing -
is a combination of aerobics, boxing, and martial arts -- is one of the most popular fitness trends to hit gymnasiums in recent years. These workouts, which are inspired by martial arts, have motivated many people to start a fitness program. This intense, total-body workout can improve strength, aerobic fitness, flexibility, coordination, and balance.1 The American Council on Exercise (ACE), which evaluates exercise products and programs, notes that, during a one-hour kickboxing workout, you can burn from 500 to 800 calories, which is up to twice the calories you burn during a one-hour step-aerobics class. This class is 45 minutes.

Latin Dance Step -  Info coming soon...

Low Impact
- All the intensity of an aerobics class without muscular stress and jumping. Great for aerobic first-timers and those with arthritic conditions. Pilates -Improve your flexibility, stamina, circulation, and coordination through Pilates. All levels are welcome.

 - Pilates workouts focus first on developing strength through the core of the body--the back, abdomen and hips. This provides a foundation to continue working the rest of the body. The concentration is not only on strength but also flexibility and coordination. The goal of Pilates is overall body fitness, elongated supple muscles, and balance between body and mind, with all the parts of a person working as a whole. Pilates gives practitioners improved posture, increased lung capacity, and strong, sculpted muscles. Its emphasis on all around, complete fitness supports a variety of fitness goals, from building strength to increasing flexibility.

Power Training -
Power training enables an athlete to apply the greatest amount of their maximal strength in the shortest period of time. To grow muscle and bone, the body needs work. Muscles grow in response to the demands that are placed on them. Bones grow in response to the stress that a muscle exerts on it. Without that muscular stress, neither the muscle nor the bone will grow. And, unless pushed, the body simply stops building cartilage after a certain age. It uses the force of gravity (in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells) to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric contraction. Julie uses a variety of specialized equipment to target specific muscle groups and types of movement. 

Spinning -
All classes will follow an all-terrain format using flats, hills, sprints, jumps and variations. A typical class involves a single instructor at the front of the class who leads the participants through routines that are designed to simulate terrain and situations similar to riding a bike outdoors. Our well trained instructors use music, motivation and enthusiastic coaching to lead students through a ride that best suits their fitness level and goals. Each person in the class can choose their own goals for the session. Some participants choose to maintain a moderate, aerobic intensity level, while others drive their heart rates higher in intervals of anaerobic activity. This is a major advantage of indoor cycling: each participant can control his/her level of intensity.Spinning is a great form of aerobic activity (burning between 400-600 calories in 40 minutes), indoor cycling is also beneficial in strengthening the muscles of the lower body. It tones the quadriceps and hamstrings, along with working the back and hips. To avoid injury it is important to make sure your instructor sets you up on your bike. (Wednesday 5:00am classes are 90 Minutes in Length)

Weight Training & Core Conditioning
-  The combination of Weight Training & Core Conditioning will work the entire body, helping to tone muscles, increase strength, improve cardiovascular fitness and endurance, and help with weight loss or weight maintenance. Incorporating weight training (also referred to as strength training and resistance training) into one's overall fitness program can provide many benefits, the benefits of total body conditioning through a weight-training program will be highlighted. The "core" actually consists of many different muscles that stabilize the spine and pelvis and run the entire length of the torso. These muscles stabilize the spine, pelvis and shoulder and provide a solid foundation for movement in the extremities. Core conditioning exercise programs need to target all these muscle groups to be effective. The muscles of the core make it possible to stand upright and move on two feet. These muscles help control movements, transfer energy, shift body weight and move in any direction. A strong core distributes the stresses of weight-bearing and protects the back.

Yoga - Peaceful method to increase flexibility, coordination, strength, and endurance. Certified yoga instructors guide through important principles. Beginning to advanced classes available.

Zumba -  Zumba is a style of intense dance-aerobics workout with pulsating latin music. The 60-minute program incorporates footwork and body movements from flamenco, salsa and other dances. Participants pump their legs, windmill their arms, gyrate their hips, clap their hands, dip, slide and spin — all to a frenzied beat that leaves them with flushed cheeks and dripping in sweat.

*All aerobic classes are one hour in length, unless otherwise noted "