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Spring Group Fitness Classes Schedule
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GREAT NEWS!

Group Fitness Classes Are Now FREE for SEFC Members!
($8.00 drop-in fee per class for non-members)  

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Take a step toward a healthier lifestyle and meet your fitness goals!  Our professional, helpful, and friendly staff lead a variety of classes in a fun, supportive and enjoyable environment.  Contact Us to find out more about our Group Fitness Classes.

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS 

See above for our current class schedule.

AEROBIC WORKOUTS
Body Sculpt Circuit
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A total body workout utilizing light weights and variable impact aerobics to sculpt and tone. It's a great high-intensity class with the best of fat-incinerating aerobics, muscle conditioning, and abdominal work segments interspersed with fundamental yoga to increase flexibility and energy.

Burn and Firm
women exercising

A fun, fat-burning, high energy aerobic workout that includes running, jumping, and plyometrics, followed by comprehensive, intense muscle conditioning. The muscle conditioning challenges all major muscle groups in order to raise the body's metabolic rate and tone the body. The workout ends with stretching to balance the strength training effect and relax muscles.

Cardio Fit Circuit
group exercising

Get moving and motivated with this heart-pumping, high energy group fitness class. It combines a challenging muscle conditioning resistance workout emphasizing intense leg and glut work, upper body sculpting, and abdominal work, with a combination of interval training on the cardio machines, altering speed and incline for maximum intensity. Our most challenging class.


CORE WORKOUTS
Abs Blast
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A 30-minute abdominal class where most newcomers witness improvement in abdominal tone within weeks. Learn to condition the abdominal muscles more effectively by directly targeting them and by working the abs from a variety of angles. Remember core strength is the key to functional strength and a healthy back.

Core Fusion
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Get to the core of the matter with core fusion! A terrific, functional workout, with an extreme emphasis on abdominals and other movements involving the entire core. It combines many movement modalities including: body bar, stability ball, medicine ball, Pilates and yoga. The best of the best.


YOGA & PILATES
Hatha Yoga

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The most popular system of yoga, from which several other forms of yoga are derived, including Power, Bikram, Ashtanga, and Kundalini yoga, Hatha Yoga attempts to achieve a balance between body and mind by emphasizing physical poses (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama). Benefits derived from yoga include: flexibility, core strength, improved concentration and increased will power, stress reduction, and tension relief. The secret to controlling one's mind can be unlocked by controlling one's breath. The practice of yoga can energize the self.

Power Yoga (Flow Version)
group doing yoga


Power Yoga (flow version) lets you tune in, chill out and shape up, all at the same time. Flow yoga is a blend of functional strength and functional flexibility practiced with the rhythm of the breath to bring about a greater awareness of muscle imbalances in the body. It affects total body fitness by improving muscle flexibility, strength and endurance. It helps to create a balance between energy and calm, reducing stress and tension. It can also enhance concentration, creativity and the immune system.

Mat Pilates
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A unique combination of floor-based stretching and strengthening exercises, it combines elements of yoga, calisthenics and stretches. Flowing movements help improve posture, increase freedom of movement, and reduce physical tension. Pilates is great for any fitness level. Its benefits include: flexibility, core muscle strength, balance, body awareness, reduced lower back and neck distress, improved posture, and improved breathing.

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EXERCISE STUDIO
If you would like to reserve the exercise studio for a class or a session, contact us at
(617) 534-5822 for more information.

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Boston Public Health Commission
1010 Massachusetts Ave, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02118.
Phone:(617) 534-5395 Email: info@bphc.org