SYJCC Members can attend unlimited Group Fitness Classes for FREE. In-person, outdoor, and virtual class options are available. 


Circuit Weight Training

Instructor: Kristy Mauceri

This Class Will involve rotating several exercises that target different muscle groups with minimal rest between sets. Machines and free weight will be used in the class.

Wednesdays |  5:00-5:45 pm

NEW- Arthriticize

Instructor: Barbara Fertig

This class will provide special exercises for those with arthritis and other limiting conditions.

Tuesdays | 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Triathlon Training

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an elite triathlete or have just started this journey. Having a triathlon coach is about helping you train wisely and being there to give you the best experience possible in your triathlon journey.

A coach is your accountability to help keep you on track.  If you’re searching for an expert to help and guide you on the road to success and also one who operates near you, then consider this issue solved!  The SYJCC Triathlon Training class offers the real in-person triathlon coaching experience you have been looking for.


Pilates is a type of exercise that focuses on improving flexibility, strength, and body awareness through controlled movements and was created in the 1920s by German physical trainer Joseph Pilates for rehabilitation purposes. His method was influenced by other forms of exercise, including gymnastics and boxing.

Pilates movements tend to focus on core activation through sets like toe taps, leg extensions, and abdominal curls.

Total Body Workout

The total body workout is a class that can be done by anyone and anywhere with just a few sets of weights. You’ll target all your muscles, including the hips, glutes, thighs, chest, back, shoulders, and arms. The workout is full of tried and true classics, from squats and lunges to pushups and more.

H.I.I.T (High-Intensity Interval Training)

Are you ready to take your fitness to the next level? This class includes progressive interval resistance exercises that require a higher level of effort.


TRX stands for Total Body Resistance Exercise, and is revolutionary workout!

Using two straps with your feet or hands to partially suspend your body, then use your own body weight as resistance. Every movement you do requires an integration of core, mobility, stability, strength, balance and coordination.

Stretch & Tone

Stretch & Tone is a low-impact, low-intensity workout that will tone your muscles, increase your range of motion and flexibility, and help you to relieve stress. Through a series of stretching and toning exercises, participants will develop breathing techniques to complement this resistance training workout.

Sit n’ Fit

Socialization, working at your own pace, and having fun in a safe environment are the goals of senior fitness classes.  Using a chair, this Sit-N-Fit class works with resistance bands & light weights to give you a workout without being on your feet. Therefore, this lessens the impact of exercise on your joints.

Parent & Me Yoga

Parent & Me Yoga is  a wonderful place to spend healthy and happy, quality time together… Children, parents, and even grandparents get to enjoy practicing yoga together and strengthen their bonds while they support each other and have fun.


This exercise class uses a ballet barre as a focal point for strength & flexibility-based exercises.

Barre is a form of physical exercise, usually conducted in group classes in gyms or specialty studios. It is distinguished from other group fitness activities by its use of the ballet barre and its incorporation of movements derived from ballet pilates and yoga. Barre class is named for the primary piece of equipment: the bar.


A fun fitness workout for the young at heart. This class utilizes easy strength & stretching exercises that can be done while standing or sitting.


A high-energy indoor cycling class accompanied by energizing music and inspiring instructors.

30 Spin Express

 30 Minutes of Exercise Can Significantly Improve Your Health! Most people think that if they can only fit in 30 minutes of exercise it won’t be enough, However, 30minutes can help improve body composition, decrease fat mass, and lower blood pressure and cholesterol.  Therefore, 30 minutes of exercise is more than enough time to get in a great workout!  Spinning classes that last 30 minutes will burn 200-500 calories per class on average.

30 Spin: 30 Sculpt

In this 30/30 class you will Spin for 30 minutes, then strength train for 30 minutes. During cardio training, you lose fat but also muscle. This can also affect your metabolism. If you also do some strength training with your cardio, however, you will get the best from both workouts. With a combination of light dumbbells and bodyweight, this workout is great for your muscles, and it will pump up your metabolism all day!

45 Spin: 15 Abs

Burn calories and improve abdominal strength. The big challenge for sports, requiring both a high degree of strength as well as plenty of endurance, is finding the right balance. This 45-minute spin class followed by 15 minutes of abdominal exercises, can be just what you need for the perfect symbiosis. A great class for teachers or moms and dads picking up children from daycare!

Spin n’ Sculpt

This 30-minute lightweight workout spin class is your next cycling workout if you’re a beginner to indoor cycling, new to fitness, or you just want a ride to warm up.

During cardio training, you lose fat but also muscle. This can also affect your metabolism. If you also do some strength training with your cardio, however, you will get the best from both workouts. With a combination of light dumbells and body weight, this workout is great for your muscles, and it will pump up your metabolism all day!

Core & More

This class focuses on strengthening the abdominals, glutes, lower back, hips, and shoulders either as the primary or supportive muscles.


We offer a few different types of Yoga (Hatha, Morning, Gentle, and Chair). All classes use physical postures designed to stretch & strengthen while incorporating relaxation & meditation techniques.

Chair Yoga

In this chair-based class, you will learn yoga positions, gentle stretching, and breathing techniques to help you maintain flexibility and balance. This class is designed for those that need a chair-based class and are unable to participate in conventional yoga on a mat.

Instructor: Diana

Thursdays | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm



A low impact, slow motion exercise where one learns to breathe deeply & naturally while focusing one’s attention.

Y’s Way to Fitness

A complete head-to-toe workout sometimes using hand weights & body bars and incorporating a dance element. This class also includes an abdominal mat element focusing on core strength.


Fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms & easy to follow moves. The result is a non-stop fun fitness party!