Vigor offers a variety of group classes for every level! Try them all and figure out what works best for your body, mind and schedule. 

YOGA / Yoga is not a religion, it is a practical aid to incorporate into any fitness program whether an athlete or aspiring to live a healthy lifestyle.  Yoga is an ancient art based upon harmonizing the mind, body and spirit.  Consistent practice of yoga gives a sense of peace and well-being.  It creates a strong and flexible body and improves the functioning of the respiratory, circulatory, digestive and hormonal systems, while bringing about the emotional stability and mental clarity needed for restoration.  

Not to be confused with Military Bootcamp, we offer Fitness Bootcamp.  This program is designed to challenge a variety of fitness levels while building strength and endurance through a variety of intense exercises.  Fitness bootcamp mixes traditional calisthenic and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training.  Expect circuits of sprints, suicides, sled pushes/pulls, suspension training, kettlebells, dumbbells, pull-ups, core work and stretching all combined into one 60-minute class.  

BARRE  /  All barre classes include a combination of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training, all choreographed to energizing music. For all of the barre workouts, except tap n’ pow{h}er, you'll use the barre and other exercise equipment such as mini-balls and small hand weights to sculpt, slim and lengthen your entire body.  Every Barre class is fun and empowering. Classes will begin with a warm up focusing on postural strength and alignment, followed by a series of upper body exercises using light weights and high reps. The ballet barre, if utilized in the class, is used to sculpt the lower body and abs as well as encouraging flexibility.

Featuring the Stages SC3 Indoor Cycle equipped with the power meter and console for the competitive rider.  Cycling is an effective exercise for increasing cardiovascular fitness, building endurance and toning the lower body (quadriceps and hamstrings, along with working the back and hips). Burn an average of 300 – 500 kcal in this high intensity, low impact class.