Live your healthiest life. 

Move Well Classes are your newest resource to live the healthiest life possible. Our fitness area is home to state of the art exercise equipment and staffed by exercise physiologists and fitness experts to help you with your fitness and exercise goals.

 Anyone, regardless of age, weight, health condition, or activity level can benefit from the Move Well classes because it offers a personalized approach to exercise. Our classes can help you lose weight, tone, improve balance, get stronger or just learn to exercise without risk of injury.

 Before enrolling in a class, you must first complete a functional movement and fitness assessment. This assessment helps us determine your baseline fitness level and design a personalized exercise plan to help you reach your goals.

Classes Offered

LIVE FIT is designed to help mid-life and older adults improve their fitness level in order to complete daily activities and hobbies with ease. We focus on improving strength, flexibility, range of motion, balance and aerobic endurance.
Monday, Wednesday: 9 – 10 a.m. and 10 – 11 a.m., Tuesday: 9 – 10 a.m

ARTHROFIT features a variety of exercises aimed at improving range of motion, aerobic conditioning, and muscle strength while reducing pain. These classes are appropriate for individuals attempting to avoid joint surgery, preparing for surgery, or recovering from surgery and who have been cleared by their physician to participate in exercise. 
Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

PERSONAL TRAINING – Using your customized exercise prescription, personal training is a great way to stay on track and ensure you are performing exercises correctly, safely and effectively to achieve maximum benefit and reach your goals.

HIGH-INTENSITY STRENGTH & CONDITIONING – Fast-paced strength and cardio exercises using variety of modalities – machines, weights, bands, etc. Format is generally more intense and requires a higher level of fitness, without existing orthopedic conditions that may limit participation in the group workout format.
Monday & Wednesday 7:00- 7:45AM

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING – Fast-paced strength and cardio exercises using variety of modalities – machines, weights, bands, etc. Format is generally more intense and requires a higher level of fitness, without existing orthopedic conditions that may limit participation in the group workout format.
Monday – Friday 10:00 – 10:45AM

YOGA

  • Gentle Yoga & Meditate, Tuesdays 7:00-7:40AM
    • This is a gentle early morning session, great for the early sun-up seasons. This class shouldn’t need a post class shower, so if your headed to work, or a group event, you’ll be just fine. The yoga asana movement will primarily be directed towards getting individuals ready to sit and meditate for a few minutes. Each session will have elements of mindfulness either in the movement, the meditation or both.
  • Good Morning Yoga, Thursdays 7:00-7:40AM
    • This class is meant to help the average person get moving in the morning and ready for a great day. This session is a great way to recover from your more intense exercise sessions of previous days, get over that great hike that left your sore or even help you deal with your over-sedentary daily routine. This class makes use of traditional yoga asana (postures), postural sequences, and more modern concepts of functional movement to help you move back towards center. Classes will commonly have a micro-theme, sitting and centering at the beginning, wake-up Asana, micro-flow sequences, short meditation or Shavasana at the end.
  • Active Aging Yoga, Tuesdays 12:30-1:15PM; Fridays 11:00-11:45AM
    • This class is designed to be appropriate for the more active ageing adult. Although this class is not designed to be particularly gentle, special considerations towards tender wrists, spines, knees, and hips are part of the program. The development of improved balance and coordination as well as flexibility are all part of this class. This class may leave you a little sore in a good way on occasion. This class generally does not do deep backbends, push-up chaturangas, downward-facing dog, or headstands/handstands but will do modifiable gentle twists and micro backbends.

PARKINSON'S PEDALING PROGRAM

Two of our exercise physiologists will be leading a cycling spin class, on Peleton bikes, specifically designed for those living with Parkinson’s disease. Dr. Kathleen McKee, Associate Medical Director, Intermountain Neurosciences Patient Experience & Research, provides leadership for PPP at our facility. Studies have shown that spinning (riding) a stationary bike, reduces Parkinson’s motor symptoms. Our team will work with participants to achieve the best outcome for their individual health needs. Participants do not need to be referred into the classes by their physician. This class is offered to our entire community. Each participant will have an orientation to introduce them to the team, bikes and program.
Tuesday & Thursday 2:00- 3:00PM