Gilpin County Community Center

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NEW! Power Yoga 

This 5-week class will strengthen, tone and energize you! 

Adult Fitness & Wellness Classes

Fitness Rates & Fees

Member:

  • Drop-in: $7.25
  • Wellness Punchcard:

     $36 / 6 classes

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes) - 1 month:

     $50.00

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes)  - 3 months:

     $135

Non-Member:

  • Drop-in: $9.25
  • Wellness Punchcard:

     $50 / 6 classes

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes) - 1 month:

     $68.00

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes)  - 3 months:

     $185

Seniors:

  • Drop-in: $5.00
  • Wellness Punchcard:

     $26 / 6 classes

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes) - 1 month:

     $45.00

  • Fit Pass (unlimited

     classes)  - 3 months:

     $125

Cardio & Muscle Toning

Body Back BOOTCAMP

Mondays: 6:15pm - 7:15pm

Thursdays: 8:15am - 9:15am

Saturdays: 9:15am - 10:30am 


BOOTCAMP is designed as an intermediate/advanced class, that consists of STRENGTH, CORE, AGILITY and CARDIO all wrapped in one. Cross training is the MOST efficient way to get RESULTS from your workout by increasing your fat burning capacity and raising your metabolism. 


Instructor: Mary Schmaltz


Quick & Tone

Tuesdays: 8:15am - 9:45am


Quick - Burn fat and boost metabolism for the first 30 minutes during this express interval training class, taught at 3 levels for beginners to advanced athletes.

Tone - We will then follow up with toning, strengthening, and shaping our arms, legs, stomachs and core for a total workout.


Instructor: Mary Schmaltz


Cardio Dance

Wednesdays: 9:30am - 10:30am


Like to get your groove on? Then join us for this introduction to dance styles and moves! We will learn different routines to fun-upbeat music. 


Instructor: LA Dysart


Guts & Glutes

Wednesdays: 6:15pm - 7:15pm


Instructor: Mary Schmaltz

Low Impact Cardio, Yoga

Pilates

Sundays: 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Mondays: 8:15am - 9:15am


Pilates is an approach to total well-being. Contrology, as it was known in the early 20th century, when developed by Joseph Pilates, was designed as a method of conditioning for men. Those of us that practice Pilates in the 21st century have discovered that it is beneficial to all, including those that have restrictions. The principles of Pilates include breath, concentration, center, control, precision, and flow. Pilates works the entire body with emphasis on the powerhouse (core). There are many modifications that can be done to increase or decrease the difficulty of the exercises. During this mat Pilates class we will be concentrating on the breath, strengthening the powerhouse, lengthening, supporting, protecting the body, and flexibility.


Instructor: Imy Rich, check out: Fitness Classes - I.M.Y. Fitness



Adult Strengthen, Stretch & Balance

Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays: 11:00am - 12:00pm


This fitness class is designed for Mid & Mature Adults to enhance cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, range of motion and balance. While much of the focus will be on strengthening, flexibility and improvement of functional capabilities, we will also work on coordination and body awareness to enhance quality of life.


Instructors: Imy Rich and Linza Douglas 

 

Aquacize

Monday/Wednesday/Friday: 9:30am - 10:30am

Tuesday/Thursday: 5:00pm - 6:00pm


This class is designed to meet a variety of fitness needs and abilities. Workouts include utilization of small and large muscle groups, toning, flexibility, interval training and rehabilitation of old or current injuries, with minimal impact.


Instructor: Tonya McNeill

 

Hatha Yoga 

Mondays & Thursdays: 9:30am - 10:45am


This class integrates basic Yoga postures, breathing and inward mental focus to increase awareness of the body, flexibility, relaxation and strength.


Instructor: Linza Douglas


Meditation- FREE

Thursdays: 10:50-11:20


Mindfulness is the foundation for a peaceful world. Practicing meditation deepens our connection to mindfulness, and cultivates more peace and compassion in our lives.  Pranayama, prostrations, and simple mantra exercises are incorporated into our seated and walking meditation practice. This non-denominational class is free and open to the public, all faiths and walks of life are welcome. No experience necessary. You may bring a meditation or prayer shawl if you like. Suggested donation $5/person. 


Instructor: Arwen Ek began studying and teaching meditation in 2004 under the guidance of her teacher, Thupten Rinpoche in Salt Lake City, UT. In 2009 she moved to Pagosa Springs, CO where she lived as a Buddhist Nun at Tara Mandala with Lama Tsultrim Allione. Her approach to teaching meditation blends Buddhist mindfulness techniques, yogic breathing exercises, and heart-felt reading and contemplation of our shared humanity from spiritual traditions of the world.