November Fitness Classes 

Fitness Classes: Due to COVID-19, the GRC has had to implement some new policies and procedures regarding our fitness classes. CLASS SCHEDULE IS LOCATED BELOW THE REGISTRATION INFORMATION. 

  • Classes are open to both GRC members and non-members. Classes must meet a minimum enrollment to take place.  We encourage you to register in advance
  • Pre-registration is required ONLY for classes taught by Ann Neu. Registration is accepted both online at and in-person. 
  • Registration opens 2-weeks prior to class offering and closes 24-hours before the class begins. Exception: If the class has met its minimum enrollment requirement and space is still available in the class, on-site drop-in registration will remain open until full. $2 additional fee for day of class on-site registration. 
  • ON-LINE REGISTRATION: Only credit/debit card and gift card payments are accepted. 
  • IN-PERSON ADVANCE REGISTRATION: Only credit/debit card and gift cards are accepted. Cash will only be accepted if minimum for class has already been met. 
  • IN-PERSON DAY OF REGISTRATION: Credit/debit card, gift card and cash will be accepted. $2 additional fee for day of class registration. Fitness/Zumba/Tai Chi Passes are only accepted for Kathy Frank’s, Lori Bias' , Bonnie Coleman's, Ronni Williams and Tai Chi classes. 
  • Classes must meet a minimum enrollment to take place. 
  • In the event that a class does not meet the minimum enrollment required, registered persons will be notified and refunds will be applied to credit/debit card.
  • No refunds or transfers will be available if you fail to attend a class.
  • Do not arrive any sooner than 5-minutes prior to your class time. 
  • Please check-in for your class at the front desk. 
  • Questions should be directed to Kelly Carter (Aquatics Coordinator) at 614-836-1000 ext. 1512 or


Pre-Registration is required for all fitness classes with the following exceptions:

EXCEPTION 1: If you are taking a class led by Kathy Frank, Mark Henry, Ronni Williams or Bonnie Coleman you may register for the class on the day of the class. Cash, credit/debit card, gift card and Fitness/Zumba/Tai Chi Freedom Passes may be used. $2 additional fee for day of class registration does not apply. 


EXCEPTION 2: Per SilverSneakers, the GRC is not permitted to register in advance for SilverSneakers classes. For non-SilverSneakers participants, cash, credit/debit card, gift card and Fitness Freedom Passes may be used. $2 additional fee for day of class registration does not apply. 


SilverSneakers classes must have a minimum of 9 participants to show up in-person in order for the class to run. If less than 9 are present at class time, the class will be cancelled. Participants may sign-in 15-minutes before their scheduled class. There is no pre-registration for SilverSneakers.

Day Class Time Location Min Max Instructor
MONDAY Silversneaker Spin 9:00-9:45AM Fitness Studio 9 9 Bias
  Silversneakers Circuit 10:00-10:45AM Fitness Studio 9 30 Bias

Water Aerobics 10:00-11:00 AM Pool 4 35 Frank
  Arthritis Aquatics Program 11:15 AM- 12:15 PM Pool 4 35 Frank
  Arthritis Exercise 5:00- 6:00PM Fitness Studio 2 30 Frank
  Water Aerobics 6:00 - 7:00 PM Pool 1 35 Coleman
  Zumba 6:15 - 7:15 PM East Gym B 3 30 Frank
*Begins Nov 15 PowerYoga Mix* 6:15 - 7:00 PM Lock 22 2 15 Williams
TUESDAY Pilates 5:30 - 6:30 PM Fitness Studio 2 9 Neu
WEDNESDAY SilverSneaker Strength 9:00 - 9:45 AM Fitness Studio 9 20 Bias
  SilverSneaker Yoga 10:00 -10:45 AM Fitness Studio 9 20 Finneran
  Water Aerobics 10:00- 11:00 AM Pool 4 35 Frank
  Arthritis Aquatics Program 11:15 AM- 12:15 PM Pool 4 35 Frank
  Barre 5:30 - 6:15 PM Fitness Studio 3 14 Neu
  Aqua Zumba 6:15 - 7:15 PM Pool 4 35 Frank
  Cardio Drumming 6:30-7:15PM Fitness Studio 3 15 Williams
THURSDAY Stretch to Fitness 9:00 - 10:15 AM Fitness Studio 3 30 Frank
  SilverSneakers Classic 10:30 - 11:15 AM Fitness Studio 9 30 Frank
  Beginner Yang 24 Tai Chi 10:30 - 11:30 PM East Gym B 1 30 Henry
  Advanced Yang 108 Tai Chi 11:45 - 12:45 PM Fitness Studio 1 30 Henry
  Arthritis Exercise 5:00 - 6:00 PM Fitness Studio 2 30 Frank
  Zumba Strength & Tone 6:15- 7:15 PM Fitness Studio 3 30 Frank
  LATCO (Latin Cardio Dance) 6:15 - 7:15 PM East Gym B 3 15 Williams
FRIDAY Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention 8:45 - 9:45 AM Fitness Studio 1 30 Henry
  Cardio Drumming 9:30 - 10:30 AM East Gym B 3 15 Bias

SilverSneakers Yoga 10:00 - 11:00 AM Fitness Studio 9 30 Denune
  Pilates 5:30 - 6:30 PM Fitness Studio 2 14 Neu
SATURDAY Tae Kwon Do / Karate Ki Do 12:00 - 2:30 PM Fitness Studio 1 30 Evans


All classes are open to persons 13 years of age unless otherwise noted.

Aqua Zumba 
Known as the Zumba "Pool Party", Aqua Zumba gives new meaning to the idea of an invigorating workout. Splashing, stretching, twisting, even shouting, laughing, hooting and hollering are often heard during an Aqua Zumba class. Integrating the Zumba formula & philosophy with traditional aqua fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blends it all together into a safe, challenging, water-based workout that's cardio-conditioning, body toning, and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief. Instructor: Kathy Frank

Arthritis Aquatics Program 
This class is designed to accommodate the abilities of persons with arthritis and other related diseases. Individuals work at their own pace and are taught in a group setting to help improve muscular strength, endurance & flexibility. Participation may also help with pain management and help to relieve arthritic symptoms. The program is held in the GRC's indoor heated pool. The pool was designed to accommodate many water activities, including: lap swimming, swim lessons, water aerobics, leisure swimming, etc. The National Arthritis Foundation has developed water temp standards for this class (min of 83 F). & the GRC attempts to meet those standards. However, there may be times when the water fall may fall below 83 F due to mechanical issues. The NAF recommends that participants keep moving in the water throughout the class and if necessary, wear a hat, leotards, gloves or t-shirt to maintain body heat. Instructor: Kathy Frank

Cardio Drumming                                                                                                                                                                        What is cardio drumming? It brings together drumsticks, an exercise ball, and an exercise ball stand to create one of the most fun workouts you'll ever do. Using the exercise ball and the floor as your drum, and mixing in fun moves, cardio drumming turns keeping a rhythm into a workout you won't want to stop. Instructor:  Ronni Williams & Lori Bias

Arthritis Exercise  
Developed for people with Arthritis, this program helps maintain fitness while reducing arthritis pain. The class offers warm-up, endurance, cool-down, stretch & relaxation. Created and approved by the Arthritis Foundation. Wear comfortable clothing, supportive shoes and bring water. Instructor: Kathy Frank

This class is an exciting fitness workout integrating ballet inspired Pilates moves. The barre gives you concentrated toning and allows you to achieve body balance, build lean muscle, and have fun doing it. Be ready to tone your entire body and maximize your cardiovascular health with this low impact workout. No previous ballet dancing required. Instructor: Ann Neu

This class will help build flexibility, muscle strength & endurance in the legs, abs, arms, hips and back. It will help you develop a strong core & improve coordination and balance. Mats, exercise balls and light weights are used. Instructor: Ann Neu

PowerYoga Mix                                                                                                                                                                           PowerYoga Mix links the breath and movement to soulful music mixing a vinyasa flow to stretch, strengthen and create balance.  Experience is helpful but not mandatory.  Mats are available or bring your own. Instructor: Ronni Williams

SilverSneakers Classic 
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of motion and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball are offered for resistance. Chairs is utilized for seated and standing support. Must be a SilverSneakers Member to attend. Instructor: Kathy Frank

SilverSneakers Spin
Indoor Cycling or Spinning is a group exercise class with stationary bikes. The intensity of the workout is influenced by cadence (or pedal rate), resistance of the bike's flywheel, and by the rider's body position (seated or standing while pedaling). Participants determine their own levels of exertion while the instructor encourages and motivates class members throughout the session. Instructor: Lori Bias

SilverSneakers Strength
A strength class is primarily an anaerobic activity that uses weights, resistance tools and one's own body weight to induce muscular contraction, which builds the strength & endurance of muscles. This type of class will help increase bone density, increase metabolism, improve joint function and provide significant functional benefits for improved activities of daily living. Instructor: Lori Bias

SilverSneakers Yoga
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline originating in ancient India. While stretching is certainly involved, yoga is also about creating balance in the body through developing both strength & flexibility. This is done through performance of poses or postures, each of which has specific physical benefits. Participants will will ned to have the ability to get down to and up from the ground (yoga mat). Instructor: Bonnie Finneran & Sara Denune

Latin Cardio Dance Class (Latco)                                                                                                                                                     What is Latco (Latin Cardio Dance)? Latco classes fuse Latin rhythms and choreographed dance moves of the following dances: Salsa. Cha Cha, Samba, Rumba, Merengue, Mambo, Hustle and Jive etc....together to create a dynamic workout that's designed for getting fit while having fun! No prior dance experience is required! Softer soled gym shoes are suggested. instructor: Ronni Williams

Stretch To Fitness 
This class begins with muscle strengthening using weights, mats and small fitness balls, followed with different stretching techniques while on the floor, sitting and standing. Instructor: Kathy Frank.

Tae Kwon Do/Karate Ki Do (Beginner/White Belts)
Our classes are all inclusive. Even though we take students as young as 6 years old, this is not just a "kids class". Teens and adults are strongly encouraged to participate. For new students, this class will familiarize you with the most basic techniques that we teach and will give you enough time to make an informed decision as to whether or not you wish to learn more. Registration is on going. Fee: $28 Resident / $48 Non-Res. Instructor: Rich Evans

Tae Kwon Do/Karate Ki Do (Yellow/2nd Blue Belts)
For intermediate students. You have decided that you enjoy what what we teach and wish to learn more. Students registering for this class must have reached at least the rank of 1st Yellow Belt, through our tests. Students who reach the rank of 2nd Blue Belt are considered to be graduates of this program. Registration is on-going. $38 Res. / $58 Non-Res. Instructor: Rich Evans

Tae Kwon Do / Karate Ki Do (Main Class)
Only for our committed students who desire to become Black Belts! This class sets the bar high. Students in the class must first be formally invited to join by Master Evans. Students lower in rank than 2nd Blue Belt can also join this class through Master Evans' invitation. All invited candidates will be required to be exceptional in their commitment to being good students and mentors. Registration is on-going. Fee: 1 person ($60); Family of 2 ($110); Family of 3 ($145); each person over 3 ($35).

Tai Chi (Advanced - Yang 108)
Participants will learn a popular style called Yang 108. This is a good class for those who have a good understanding of Tai Chi and have practiced some form of Tai Chi in the past. This class is not recommended for beginners. Instructor: Mark Henry

Tai Chi (Beginners - Yang 24)
Participants will learn the fundamentals & principles of Tai Chi. This is a good class for those who have little or no experience and want to learn the basics. Instructor: Mark Henry

Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention
Sun (soong) Style Tai Chi has been proven to be safe and effective for people with Arthritis and may help to reduce falls. It is part of the Dr. Paul Lam Tai Chi for Health Series. Chairs will be available. Instructor: Mark Henry

Water Aerobics
These classes are designed for all levels of fitness. You decide how intense the workout will be. Men & women of all ages are encouraged to participate. This class has cardio, strengthening exercises, deep water conditioning & stretching. Please bring bathing suit, towel water shoes (to wear in the pool) and a water bottle. Instructor: Kathy Frank & Bonnie Coleman

Zumba With Kathy
This class is a balance of cardio and muscle-toning. Cardio based dance movements are easy to follow. Steps that include body sculpting, targeting gluteus, legs, arms, core, abs and the most import muscle, your heart. All fitness levels are welcome. Work at your own pace. Instructor: Kathy Frank

Zumba (Stretch & Tone)
Experience your favorite Zumba class with more! This hybrid class format includes 35-minutes of Zumba, 15-minutes of stretch & tone and a 10-minute stretch. Instructor: Kathy Frank