SAFETY AND FAQ
Your safety and enjoyment of our classes is of the utmost importance to us. Please review the recommendations below to maximize class success for everyone.
For Your Safety
We are a ‘Scent Free’ facility. We ask that you refrain from wearing perfume, body lotion or any strong scents while exercising. We have many patrons with allergies and medical conditions that are adversley affected by strong scents.
For safety reasons and to respect the space of your neighbors, gym bags, large coats and other bulky items are not permitted in the studio. Please bring a lock and use the personal lockers provided.
Chewing gum during class is a safety risk and is not recommended.
Always inform the instructor before class if you have an injury or medical condition that could be affected by exercise.
If you are sick please prevent spreading illness and stay home to give your body a chance to recover.
Please be sure you are well hydrated before class and that you bring water and a towel to class with you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can my 15-year-old daughter come to these classes with me?
Yes, please do! These classes are safe and appropriate for ages 12 to seniors.
Can my husband/boyfriend come with me to these classes?
For sure. All our Fit Classes are co-ed.
I can’t do any jumping exercises anymore, can I still do these classes?
Absolutely. Our instructors will coach you on alternative exercises when you encounter an exercise that is not appropriate for you. Let the instructor help you with exercise selection.
I am early into my first pregnancy, do I have limitations?
No limitations, but your instructor will have helpful tips for your comfort and safety so please let them know before class - they will keep a watchful eye over you.
I have been waiting out an ankle (or other) injury, how will know when I am ready to participate in classes?
When you feel ready to begin exercising again pay close attention to your body, self pace during class (take breaks when needed), let your instructor know, reduce your effort or maybe do a half class and build up your tolerance so that you have a safe re-entry to your exercise program.
I am not sure what to eat before a class, I don’t want to be uncomfortable or have stomach issues during class, what do you advise?
We recommend a light meal such as yogurt and fruit, or ½ a shake no sooner than an hour before class. We also recommend another light meal of protein and complex carbohydrates within 20 minutes of exercise.