Watch fitness instuctor Jen Horenziak lead a class through the Spin Challenge
TriHealth Fitness & Health Pavilion members have access to a wide variety of strength and aerobics classes, ranging from boot camp workouts to spinning classes and Zumba. More than 80 exercise classes are offered each week across to fit varying schedules. Non-members may purchase a 10-visit pass for $140.00 to try our group fitness classes.
1 = Beginner 2 = Intermediate 3 = Advanced
20/20/20 (2, 3)
20 minutes of continuous cardiovascular activity, followed by 20 minutes of muscle strengthening using weights, and 20 minutes of core work using a Bender Ball.
Abs/Body Sculpt (2, 3)
Strength and toning exercises utilizing a variety of equipment, plus a thirty-minute core workout.
Arthritis Land (1)
Designed specifically for people with arthritis. Uses gentle activities to help improve joint flexibility and range of motion, and helps maintain muscle strength. Taught by an AEA Arthritis certified exercise land instructor.
Ball Balance and Strength (2, 3)
Flexibility and light strength exercises sitting on the stability ball. Very low-impact, low-resistance class.
Bender Barre Envy (2, 3)
Creating long, lean muscle using the ballet bar and other types of equipment, weights, tubes and balls in a body-sculpting circuit format.
Boot Camp (2, 3)
An ultimate total body workout. This class will improve your strength and cardiovascular fitness using interval training techniques, challenging all of the major muscle groups.
Cardio Dance Fusion (All Levels)
Dance aerobics with attitude! No previous dance experience required.
Early Rise Tai Chi (All Levels)
Before the world wakes up, start your morning with gentle Tai Chi. Awaken your muscles next to the water as you focus on your mind/body connection.
HIIT, HIIT Express and S.W.E.A.T. (2, 3)
High intensity interval training that focuses on functional compound movements for full body training of the back, core and hips. HIIT Express is 30 minutes.
Fit for Life (All levels)
30 minutes of functional training for all fitness levels with core work.
Power Pump (2, 3)
Utilizes hand weights and weighted body bars, designed to tone and strengthen the body’s major muscle groups (including abdominals).
Spin 101 (All Levels)
For beginning spinning participants. Taught by a certified spinning instructor, this 45-minute class focuses on basic fundamentals and building endurance to prepare for a regular spinning class.
Spinning (All Levels)
Spinning can be a great way to get in a vigorous workout by burning calories and keeping your muscles in shape, especially during the off-season. Riders need to have to have a high tolerance for exercise bikes and being cooped up inside with a bunch of other sweaty people for this to be a satisfying alternative to the real thing.
Spin Challenge(2, 3)
1 1/2 hour-long spinning class designed for the intermediate to advanced rider who wants an intense workout.
Spin 10+ for Kids (2, 3)
Fun ride for both kids and parents. Learn the basic fundamentals of safe riding to age appropriate music. Must be at least 10 years of age and 4’ 10” to fit on the bike.
Tai Chi (All Levels)
Designed to teach you basic moves so you can progress to the Intermediate Tai Chi 2 class. This enjoyable, easy-to-learn class safely and quickly brings many health benefits.
Tai Chi (2)
To be taken after you have completed the Beginner Class. This enjoyable, easy-to-learn class safely and quickly brings many health benefits.
TRX (All Levels)
Suspension training classes designed for both beginners and enthusiasts. Core (Level 2, free), Functional TRX (Level 3), TRXercise Training (Level 1), TRX Performance (Level 3), TRX Boot Camp (Level 3). Register with the fitness supervisor, 513 246 2645.
Total Body (2)
Muscular endurance exercises, utilizes all the equipment including body bars, dumbbells, barbells, bands and more. An intense, challenging workout.
Great step cardio workout with a step, weights and core.
Zumba (2, 3)
An exhilarating and effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness party.
Zumba Gold (1, 2)
Targets the largest growing segment of the population: baby boomers. It takes the Zumba Formula and modifies the moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active, older participant.