Schedule of Classes

Schedle of Zoom Classes Summer 2024

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Zoom link for all classes:

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Meeting ID 859 0213 1700

Passcode: pc-robin <-- all lowercase, dash in between.

Zumba Gold Toning at 12pm (Noon)


Zumba Gold at 10am
Senior Functional Fitness at 11am 

Tabata 12pm (Noon) 

Zumba Gold Toning at 10am 

Tabata for Active Older Adults at 11am


Zumba Gold at 9am

Tabata for Active Older Adults at 10am  


Osteo-Cise Bone Fitness at 11am
Zumba Gold at 12pm (Noon)



Zumba Gold at 12:45pm  


Pilates Chair Flow at 10am *

Zumba Gold Toning at 11 am 

*New class time and format. I'll teach this class and collect feedback to see if it works for you. No floor required.

Class Descriptions:

Zumba Gold is a low-impact version of Zumba dance fitness that keeps all of the fun. Plan to dance, sweat, and have a ton of fun. Zumba Gold is geared to active older adults but everyone is welcome. You can expect a variety of music including both Pop and K-Pop. The Friday Zumba Gold EZ class is a little slower, less complex and shorter (45 min).
Why try it? I do dance walk-throughs and even put up videos of some dances so that everyone can do them.

Zumba Gold Toning is similar to Zumba but we use 1lb Zumba Toning Sticks that also act as maracas. Don't have any? No problem, come anyway! Our combo class mixes regular Zumba Gold with Zumba Gold Toning. You can do the whole class or part of it with or without toning sticks.

Senior Strong Functional Fitness is a functional fitness class that will help your body do what you want it to do in your daily life. We focus on strength, toning, flexibility and balance. We use 2, 3, or 5 pound dumbbells. Don't have any? Try a water bottle (preferably full) or a few cans of soup. We do exercises sitting or standing. So a chair without wheels is recommended. You'll also want to have a hand towel and some water to drink.

Tabata for Active Older Adults is a low-impact interval training class. A movement or exercise is done for 20 seconds followed by a rest for 10 seconds. It's repeated eight times, often with optional progressions or modifications. That constitutes a tabata. We rest for 30 seconds then move to the next Tabata. Classes are constructed with 10 Tabatas alternating between cardio and strength. Supportive shoes, light weights, and a bottle of water are recommended. The magic of this class is that crossing between aerobic and anaerobic intervals results in your body continuing to burn calories after the class has ended. If you have a kid or grandkid who does Tabata and is exhausted and wrecked, don't worry. We won't be doing intense plyometric moves. This is something YOU can do!

Osteo-Cise Bone Fitness is a class for anyone who has Osteoporosis or Osteopenia. It's also for anyone who wants to prevent bone loss. We will be doing deliberate, safe weight bearing exercise. We'll work out the muscles surrounding your bones to build strength using long resistance ribbon or tube bands. We'll work on posture, balance and agility to prevent falls. We'll be standing and seated. At the end of the class, we'll be doing some floor stretches. Non-floor options will be available to all. The class is for all ages and all fitness levels. We'll really get moving to strong, curated music geared toward strength and the mind-body connection. What do you need? I towel, a water bottle, and a mat. I'll do my best to supoprt anyone who won't do floor work.

Pop Music Pilates Core & Stretch is a beginner's Mat Pilates class. What makes this class different? Music! We finish the class with great stretching and myofascial massage. No experience is necessary. A mat, a towel and a bottle of water are recommended.

Pilates Chair Flow is a beginner's pilates class done standing or sitting in a chair with a fluid pace and peaceful background music.

Recover, Stretch, Thrive a class to recover from exercising or from life in general. We'll do some range of motion, stretching, and Myofascial release. Everything on our body has a container, a thin layer of tissue. It's called 'fascia'. It covers our organs, bones, muscles and nerves. Its purpose is to keep everything in the right place. We'll be using a tennis ball to aid in Myofascial release.