Wellness Classes

Wellness classes are held on the track, unless otherwise indicated. Physician approval may be required prior to starting these programs, and fees may apply.
 

Ongoing Class Schedule
  

MONDAY 10:30–11:30a
12:15–12:45p
5:00–6:00p
6:00–7:00p
Pedal for Parkinson’s*
TRX for Parkinson’s^
Wellness 180°
Wellness 180°
Lory
Logan
Logan
Logan
TUESDAY 6:00–7:00a
7:00–8:00a
8:00–9:00a
9:00–10:00a
9:30–10:30a
11:00a–12:00p
12:45–1:45p
2:00–3:00p

3:15–4:15p
Wellness 180°
Wellness 180°
Cardiac Rehab Phase IV
Pre & Postnatal Yoga
Wellness 180°
Survive Strong
Strength & Balance^
Rock Steady Boxing (1 and 2)^

Rock Steady Boxing (3 and 4)^
Logan
Logan
Logan
Maryanna
Logan
Logan
Dale
Logan &
Kristina
Logan &
Kristina
WEDNESDAY 10:00a–12:00p

11:00a–12:00p
12:15–12:45p
1:00–2:00p

5:00–6:00p
6:00–7:00p
Parkinson’s Support Group***

Pedal for Parkinson's*
TRX for Parkinson’s^
Dance for Parkinson’s^

Wellness 180°
Wellness 180°
Guest
Speaker
Dale
Logan
Katie &
Susan
Logan
Logan
THURSDAY 6:00–7:00a
7:00–8:00a
8:00–9:00a
9:30–10:30a
11:00a–12:00p
2:30–3:30p
Wellness 180°
Wellness 180°
Cardiac Rehab Phase IV
Wellness 180°
Survive Strong
Functional Fitness^
Logan
Logan
Logan
Logan
Logan
Kris
FRIDAY 11:30a–12:30p
11:30a–12:45p
1:00–2:00p
Pedal for Parkinson's*
Therapeutic Yoga^^
Yoga for Parkinson's^^
Kristina
Marleen
Susan
SUNDAY 11:00a–12:00p Pilates for Parkinson’s** Michelle

 
* Class is held in the Cycle Studio
** Class is held in the Banquet Room
*** Parkinson’s Support Group is held the second Wednesday of every month in the Banquet Room
^ Class is held in the Main Studio
^^ Class is held in the Mind/Body Studio

 

Cardiac Rehab Phase IV — The Cardiac Rehab Phase IV program is designed for individuals at high risk of, or with a history of, cardiac disease. The program combines cardiovascular and light resistance training to strengthen your body as a whole, with an emphasis on strengthening your heart! Learn more about Cardiac Rehabilitation Phase IV.

Dance for Parkinson's — A fun movement class for all abilities, mostly sitting in chairs, and set to music. Imagery, rhythm and fun inspire improved movement and provide an enjoyable way to stretch and get moving. Learn more about Dance for Parkinson’s.

Functional Fitness — Focus on moving safely while seated or standing utilizing a variety of equipment such as light weights and bands to increase strength and range of motion. Learn more about Functional Fitness.

Parkinson’s Support Group — Learn about Parkinson's patient resources and the latest research. Each support group has a guest speaker who covers a different topic. Participate in our group exercise and then break off in caregiver and patient groups to discuss how to overcome challenges and to share ideas to help each other. Learn more about our Parkinson's Support Group.

Pedal for Parkinson's — Stationary bicycle pedaling therapy at a high cadence. Our program combines rhythmic pedaling with support to help improve motor function. Learn more about Pedal for Parkinson's.

Pre & Postnatal Yoga — This is an all-level yoga class that explores the full range of yoga positions. Emphasis is placed on improving balance and flexibility in all muscle groups. Participants are challenged physically while simultaneously achieving a meditative state. Modifications are made for our pre and postnatal students. Learn more about our Pre and Postnatal Classes.

Pilates for Parkinson’s — Gain muscle and joint dexterity with breath, flow and gentle movements. For best results, we recommend participants are barefoot for the class while working off a chair or on a mat. Learn more about Pilates for Parkinson's.

Rock Steady Boxing — We are fighting back against Parkinson's! Parkinson's causes a loss in many of the same areas that boxers condition to improve. Medical research shows that focused, intense exercise can reduce, reverse and delay Parkinson's symptoms. Learn more about Rock Steady Boxing.

Strength & Balance — Strengthen your way to a more balanced body! Utilizing a variety of equipment such as light weights and bands will help increase strength and range of motion, as well as improve coordination and posture. Learn more about Strength & Balance for Parkinson’s.

Survive Strong — Survive Strong is Lake County's only program to reduce and prevent cancer-related fatigue. An initial evaluation, twice-weekly group exercise programs and dietary information from our registered dietitian will help improve the quality of life for oncology patients. Learn more about Survive Strong.

Therapeutic Yoga for Arthritis — In this eight-week arthritis program, our instructor will share her teaching skills, compassion and therapeutic knowledge to help alleviate the aches and pains of arthritis. Learn more about our Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Programs.

TRX for Parkinson’s — Improve your core, balance, strength and endurance through TRX® suspension training. Learn more about TRX for Parkinson’s.

Wellness 180°™ — Wellness 180° is a one-of-a-kind, nationally award-winning eight-week program that brings together a team of professionals ready to help motivate, encourage and support you as you make the turn toward better health. You'll set realistic goals, and we'll provide you with the tools necessary to succeed, all while working in a supportive group setting of your peers. Learn more about Wellness 180°.

Yoga for Parkinson’s — Practice gentle movements accompanied by proper breathing to achieve increased mobility, flexibility, strength and well-being. Learn more about Yoga for Parkinson's.

Main Studio Update

Group Exercise Class Changes

OCTOBER 19 TO 23, 2017

Due to improvements to the Main Studio floor, some classes will either be cancelled, moved and/or modified. more >

Group Exercise

More Evening Classes

FALL 2017

Check out the new additions to the Lake Forest Health & Fitness Center Group Exercise schedule! more >

Group Exercise Substitution Schedule

Substitution list for the week of
October 16, 2017 >

Exercise of the Month

BOSU Ball Plank >

Pilates Tip of the Month

Pilates for Rehabilitation >