Group Exercise Class Descriptions | The SeattleGYM

Class and Gym Updates!

  • Fall 6 Week Weightloss Challenge is Live!  Kick-off October 13th! This is The SeattleGYMs 9th Weightloss Challenge.  Go to  for more info and to connect to registration! Next Challenge begins Jan 2020. Date TBA!
  • Vinyasa All Levels Yoga Class Added Thursdays 7:30 pm with Alexandra Rosenblum. Starts September 12th!!!  More Yoga Please! We are excited to add another Yoga class with Alex R.  to the TSG evening schedule.
  • Barre Classes! Now in the Group Fitness Studio. These Barre classes are included in your gym membership!
  • Cycle Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Night! Come in and RIDE!

Reach the Barre fuses ballet, pilates, yoga and muscle conditioning with goal of improving posture, strength, flexibility, grace and ba lance. The secret to achieving a dancers body is in how the exercise sequencing targets specific muscle groups, isometrically and dynamically. We blend this fitness magic with the popular Reach class philosophy of “pure technique” to bring you a unique training opportunity…NOW in TSG’s group fitness studio!“Reach™, and now Reach™ the Barre, provides members of all levels the tools to train with the mind-set and discipline a dancer uses daily to master the body.”
Kari Anderson Reach the Barre Class Times:
Mon 8:15 am (Vicki)
Thurs 4:00 pm (Kari)

BarreWorks! Class will fly by as you work through a mix of barre sequences that will challenge your muscles, strengthen your core, improve flexibility and focus your mind. BarreWorks is a barefoot, fitness-based class blending elements of ballet, pilates and yoga using the barre, mat and various studio equipment. BarreWorks for Every Body! No dance or ballet training required and all fitness levels welcome!
BarreWorks Class Times:
Tues 6:00 am (Emily)
Mon 7:30 pm

Class Descriptions

The SeattleGYM proudly offers you the most complete selection of workout options in the city. Classs may be dance-based, athletic-based or a fusion of both.  Workouts where choreography is involvedwill have this after the title ( I, II and/or III). This relates to the Level of Complexity only, not the intensity level of the workout. 

Level of Complexity I=easy to follow II=intermediate III=more complex
We hope this helps you select the workout that suits you best as you get started.  Eventually Try them all!