Carefully curated, our innovative class formats will excite and optimize physical results from your daily workout. The St. James offers a fully balanced schedule combining classes at similar times throughout the week. Taking a holistic approach to scheduling allows members to achieve complete programmatic balance in the shortest amount of time. Group fitness classes are complimentary and exclusive to The St. James members.
Group Fitness Classes
Barre Cardio is a fun high energy, no impact class that combines work at the Barre with light weights. Barre Strength is an intense class that focuses on core strength, stabilizing muscles and flexibility. Level: All
What can your body do for you? Using just bodyweight, explore various movements that help strengthen, tone and tighten all over. This class will push your muscles to their limits while simultaneously engaging your cardiovascular system to maximize a full body experience.
Essentrics® is a full body workout that stretches, strengthens, and tones the entire body. With a diverse music playlist accompanying each routine, this workout leaves you feeling energized, youthful and healthy.
This fierce yet fun total-body workout mixes traditional kickboxing and mixed martial arts. It’s guaranteed to increase your heart rate, burn fat, calories, reduce stress while improving flexibility, strength, endurance and balance. Level: Intermediate
This 45-minute class trains muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen leading to better balance and stability, whether on the playing field or in daily activities.
Gently and slowly guide your body through sequences which focus on proper alignment and form, holding each pose through several breaths. This practice promotes peace to the mind and body, preparing you for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. Level: All
Hydro Training is a low impact, shallow water bootcamp-style workout with a high impact on your cardiovascular system, improving your overall health and fitness and aiding in weight loss and rehabilitation. It is recommended that participants wear water shoes for better traction and stability on the raised platform. Level: All
A class suitable for all levels that will bring you to the next level! Master the science of health, fitness & performance by utilizing power meter technology. This data keeps riders excited about exercise and motivates them to do the work to achieve their goals. Members can see an accurate display of the calories they've burned, which pushes riders to achieve their goals of weight loss, fitness or improved cycling performance.
Get ready for your season! Designed to build strength and fitness through a variety of intense group intervals, Infantry Camp efficiently improves cardiovascular endurance, increases lean muscle mass, reduces excess body weight and improves overall coordination and balance. Level: Intermediate
Outdoor Running Club
These high-intensity interval sessions will help you become stronger and push your body through the full range of motion, improving elasticity and enhancing coordination between your nervous system and muscles. Develop more efficient stride at all your paces in this outdoor workout.
In this class, a specific muscle (or muscle group) is deliberately flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone. The result is a feeling of increased muscle control, flexibility, and range of motion. Various equipment will often be used such as foam rollers and mini balls.
Tabata is one of the most popular forms of high-intensity interval workouts for athletes or those who want to train like athletes. With eight rounds of max training (20-seconds) followed by rest (10-seconds), this fun and fast-paced, results-oriented workout will help you burn tons of calories in a short period of time. Level: Intermediate
Ground yourself by building strength throughout your body. Using light to medium weights, this class will improve overall strength.
Go with the flow. Vinyasa yoga features a faster-paced series of postures that focus on syncing your breath to the flow between movements, rather than individual poses. Inhalation is connected to upward, open movements, while exhalation is tied to downward movements or twists. The continuous movements reflect the impermanence of all forms and the necessity of accepting change to achieve balance and completeness. Level: All
Group Fitness Policies
- Please make every effort to arrive at class on time and stay until the cooldown is completed at the end of class.
- Dress appropriately in workout clothes and wear closed-toe athletic shoes. We recommend that our members do not wear cycling shoes in the spaces outside the Cycle Studio as these types of shoes may damage the wood studio floors.