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Benefits: Make every day better by improving your day-to-day function with strength and conditioning! Use a variety of equipment to increase your muscle strength and endurance, bone density and balance.

Locations: Juniper Swim & Fitness Center and Larkspur Community Center

Fees & Passes: Multi-facility swim and fitness fees, passes and discounts available.

Note: During inclement weather or poor air quality, be sure to check schedules regularly for possible cancellations or location changes.

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See the Juniper Swim & Fitness Center facility schedule for all classes and activities.

See the Larkspur Community Center facility schedule for all classes and activities.

Not all classes listed below may be currently offered.

Balance Essentials
Combines Pilates, yoga and functional conditioning preparing you to excel in all kinds of exercise by improving your strength, balance, endurance and flexibility.

Barre Body
Conditioning class utilizing small, precisely controlled body movements to challenge, tone and define muscles. Core strength and balance improve as the exercises constantly reinforce proper body alignment and posture.

Beginning Barre
Class combines ballet and strength conditioning with head-to-toe flexibility, balance and core work.

Better Balance Circuit Workout
This self-paced class is designed for active adults. Uses a variety of equipment and your own body weight. Focuses on exercises for improving strength, agility, flexibility and balance.

Fitness Center Circuit
Coached workout with a series of stations to get your whole body fit. Held in the fitness center, these classes offer something for everyone.

Fitness Variety
A total body conditioning class incorporating strength, cardio, core and balance.

Functional Fitness
Improve your daily function through a series of exercise routines emphasizing flexibility, balance and strength. Class focus is on muscle mechanics, core work and body awareness.

Group Circuit Training
Working in a group setting, exercises are modified and individualized to fit your needs and goals for improving the activities of your daily living. Exercises can be performed standing, seated or on the floor. Includes exercises for strength, flexibility and balance with a warm up and cool down.

Strength & Conditioning
Improve your strength, range of motion, flexibility, balance and hand-eye coordination. Weights are used from both sitting and standing positions with modifications recommended as needed. To add conditioning, rest periods are shortened.

Strength, Tone & Mightier Bone
This weight training class focuses on improving bone health and muscle mass while increasing flexibility and balance.

Stretch & Strength
Start your day out right with proper techniques of strength training and stretching. Class uses a variety of equipment with stretching woven in throughout the class.

Total Body Boot Camp Conditioning
Muscle-specific sports conditioning drills using a variety of equipment. Classes include sports-type drills, speed and agility.

Total Body Strength & Core
A total body strength workout using a variety of equipment.

TRX Circuit
Get a full-body workout utilizing TRX straps, weights, Bosu® balance trainers and stability balls in this circuit-style workout.

Class Etiquette

In group exercise, like all social settings, common courtesy calls for sensitivity to others. Please follow these etiquette guidelines when participating in group exercise classes.

  • Enter on time or a bit early. The warm up is a key component of class and we don’t want you to miss out on it!
  • Avoid wearing heavy scents and perfumes.
  • Shower and launder clothing before class.
  • No chewing gum.
  • Place cell phones and beepers in the off position.
  • Avoid smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol before class.
  • Keep class conversation to a minimum – this demonstration of respect to your instructor and fellow classmates provides an opportunity for all to hear the instructor’s direction and flow through the workout.
  • Be courteous to your fellow classmates.
  • Be ready to adjust your space for others.
  • Be sure that your, um, private parts are appropriately covered.

Check with your physician before beginning any exercise program. If you have any medical considerations (recent surgeries, knee, neck or back problems, etc.), be sure to inform your teacher beforehand. Please note that instructors may use both physical assists as well as verbal cues to help students attain proper form, alignment and position. Please notify the instructor before class begins if you do not want to be touched. You are encouraged to bring and drink water throughout your workout. Thank you for attending and enjoy your workout!