Group Exercise Class Descriptions – The SeattleGYM Health Club

Class and Gym Updates!

Group Fitness Workouts are available for TSG  members to attend in-person or via livestream. You can join TSG Instructors teaching your favorite workouts three ways!

  1. Live-streamed workouts available FREE to TSG members on The SeattleGYM Sidelined Private Facebook Group Page. Weekly livestream schedule is posted on Sidelined.  Request to join http://www.facebook.com/groups/TSGsidelined
  2. On Demand TSG Workouts FREE to TSG members on VFIT. Access many of the workouts 24/7 that have been live-streamed in the past  year + more!  Register https://www.theseattlegym.com/vfit/
  3. In-person classes with your TSG Instructor Team!

Group Fitness Announcements!

 

NEW CLASSES JANUARY 2022!

Starting January 8th, welcome back to TSG, Nathalye Alvarez. She will be teaching her signature Urban Latin Dance Class Saturdays 9:15 am!
On Jan 10, TBT Xpress with Alex comes to Mondays 6:45 pm. This is a 45 minute HIIT & Strength Workout!
Alex returns Wednesday 10:30 am with Yoga + Core class. This new class combines 25 minutes of traditional yoga, 25 minutes of core strength and stability work and ends with 5-10 minutes of intentional breath work. 
OTHER CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS: Both Nora and Amber are returning to school for Winter Quarter and unable to teach for awhile. Wednesday 5:30 pm Zumba and Sunday 11:30 am Yoga Flow are canceled. We wish them the best as they give their studies 100 % effort!

COMING FEBRUARY 9! BRAND NEW CLASS LAUNCHING 5:30 PM WEDNESDAYS...

Pumped Up Strength! This class dynamically integrates your upper and lower body for a workout that combines strength + cardio, revs your metabolism and trains your body in a whole new way! All fitness levels welcome. 

 

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 involved will 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!