Springfield has a great variety of interesting places to visit and activities to do, some of which can offer skill improvement and maintaining fitness, such as aerobic classes. Here are some places that offer such classes along with its information:



LA Fitness

Trailhead Yoga & Ayyrveda


Ahh Yoga


Types of Classes that can be found in Springfield

  • Hip-Hop Dance Fit: A combination of hip-hop dancing with a core workout.
  • Tai Chi: A Chinese martial arts practice that can often be practiced for meditation.
  • Holy Yoga: A Christian take on yoga. Focuses on connecting the mind, sprirt, and emotions.
  • Pilates Yoga: A yoga class based on body strengthening class, especially the core.
  • Power Pump: A high intensity body strengthening class that uses barbells, hand weights and resistance bands to increase  strength and condition the body. 
  • Ashtanga: a type of modern yoga
  • Shazzy Fitness: A class that combines faith, dancing, and core strengthening. 
  • Zumba: A low intensity class geared towards fitness and teaching zumba.
  • SilverSneakers Basic: A workout class that is low in intensity and uses music.
  • SilverSneakers Yoga: A medium intensity yoga class with standing and sitting positions.
  • Yoga: A fitness based yoga class blending  Astanga and Vinyasa styles of Hatha Yoga.
  • Zumba Gold: A less intense class meant for beginners and people of older ages.
  • Kickboxing: A mixture of kickboxing and karate move training.
  • Family WERQ:  A class with a dance fitness format based on pop, rock, and hip hop music.
  • Kick’N, Arms & Abs: A class that aims to working out the abdomen through kicking and punching.
  • WERQ: A class that is centered on dancing to pop, rock, and hip hop music.
  • Zumba Kids: Zumba geared towards children the ages 7 through 11 years old.
  • Medium Intensity Classes Body Conditioning: A medium intensity class geared towards people more on the fit side.
  • Body HIIT: The first half of this class consists of cardio training in the form of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). The other half is focused on weight lifting.
  • R.I.P.P.E.D.: Stands for Resistance, Interval, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance, and Diet. It’s a workout that  combines a low intensity cardiovascular routine involving  weights and resistance. This is geared towards increasing endurance.
  • Ycycling: A high intensity cycling class designed to challenge one's cardio.
  • High Intensity Classes Strong by Zumba: This class is geared more towards those who are experienced in zumba. It uses moves to match the music and pushes towards for more movement overall.
  • Aqua Fit: A class structured on using exercises done within a pool to get a workout.
  • Bootcamp: An hour long class meant to push the participants' endurance level by using football and military style drills, martial arts and weight training workouts. 
  • Kettlebells & Ropes: A one hour class split into 2 halves that use kettlebells and heavy ropes to create an intense workout
  • Power Yoga: Power yoga begins with 3-6 sun salutations as a warm up. Then it moves to poses that work the back, abdominals, shoulders and hips and ends with seated forward bends, seated twists, supine twists and a final relaxation and meditation. 
  • Strength: A class that uses various methods and exercises to improve strength.
  • Ultimate Workout: A high intensity class that uses stations with both cardio and strength training workouts. A very high intensity class geared towards challenging everyone.
  • Turbo Kick: A cardio workout class that mixes kickboxing and simple dancing