From Les Mills BodyPump and Zumba® to Spinning®, yoga, water aerobics, and more, the Bender JCC offers free daily group fitness classes for all interests and skill levels. Led by certified instructors and designed to boost endurance, strength, and motivation, classes are free to members and provide participants with the newest trends in group fitness
J SPIN STUDIO IS NOW OPEN!
Group Exercise Calendar, Class Descriptions and Policies
Click on the classes for a more detailed description.
A pdf version of our Google Calendar can be found on the Hours & Schedules page.
Color codes for class recommendations:
Orange: Advanced Level
Blue: Age 60+
Green: All Levels
Red: Heart Pumping
Purple: Age 60+ & All Levels
Pink: Heart Pumping & Advanced Level
Yellow: Heart Pumping & All Levels
10 MINUTE START TIME POLICY
For your safety and the safety of others, please do not enter a group exercise class while the program is in sessions. Participants have already warmed up. By joining after the program has begun, you’re putting yourself at risk for injury. Classes close 10 minutes after the scheduled start time.
Schedule subject to change. Google calendar will have the most up-to-date changes so please check the calendar.
$$ Fee Based Class
Group Studio A | GA
Group Studio B | GB
Group Studio C | GC
J Spin Studio | JS
Gymnasium | GYM
Indoor Pool | IP
Stay up to date with the latest Group Exercise news. To sign up for email notifications, please contact Jaimi Jones, or call 301-348-3710. Sign up for important Health & Wellness text message updates.
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Must be a Bender JCC Member to attend Group Exercise classes.
$49 member/$99 nonmember
Mondays | 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Tai Chi’s flowing and strength-building movements improve stress management while increasing flexibility, strength, memory, agility, and balance. It derives power from the cultivation of internal strength, rather than muscle power and is therefore both physically and mentally challenging.
Classes will focus on Yang Short Form. Students should be able to stand on one foot for several seconds at a time and plan to acquire one new move per week.