Drop In: $15 (pay at front desk; give receipt to instructor); Code: #580
10-class pass: $105; Code: #581
Drop In: $9 (pay at front desk; give receipt to instructor); Code: #583
10-class pass: $60; Code: #584
Saturday classes must be paid in advance.
Classes listed in black are free for members. Specialty classes, listed in blue color below are offered by partner organizations and include a fee. Classes with consistently low enrollment may be canceled. For the most up to date schedule, call the front desk at 703.323.0880.
Utilizing the benefits of water resistance, this class, conducted in the shallow area of the pool, features exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. It’s easy to do, effective, and no experience is necessary.
Build endurance and increase cardiovascular fitness as your instructor takes you on a ride on stationary bicycles. Maximum 11 participants per class; you are encouraged to preregister, up to 48 hours in advance, at the front desk to reserve a bike.
Cardio Dance Fusion
Come dance those calories away in a class with music from every era and every genre — try jazz, disco, and even a little of the pony during this upbeat hour. You’ll sing to every song and realize how much fun a cardio workout can be.
This is a high-energy martial arts and aerobic-style workout. This class finishes with toning and gives low and high impact options.
Core and Balance: Beginner
To accommodate participants who either do not want to, or cannot, get down on the floor, this class is done standing at the barre. The class will focus on balance and gaining good posture through core strength. Class ends with standing flexibility exercises. It is recommended that participants register with the front desk to reserve a spot in the class up to 48 hours in advance.
Increase your core strength while giving your back more flexibility. Learn how to engage your core properly to increase strength, control, balance, and posture. This class uses Pilates concepts to lengthen the core and is done primarily on the floor. It is recommended that participants register with the front desk to reserve a spot in the class up to 48 hours in advance. Please bring a yoga mat to class.
If you are ready for a change in your core workout and crave intensity, this class is for you. Enhance strength and stamina, and get closer to that athletic body you’ve been working for.
Aging Backwards/Age Reversing Stretch
In Aging Backwards/Age Reversing Stretch, you can help slow down and reverse the speed at which your cells die — so you can stay feeling young and vibrant as you age! This workout will restore movement in your joints, flexibility and strength in your muscles, relieve pain, and stimulate your cells to increase energy, vibrancy, and your immune system. This slow-paced, full body workout (640 muscles) is based on tai chi’s flowing movements for balanced health; ballet’s strengthening theories for long, lean, flexible muscles; and the healing powers of physiotherapy to create a pain free body. Created by the author of The New York Times bestseller, Aging Backwards and the new PBS show and book titled Forever Painless.
Saturdays, June 10–August 26 (10 weeks)
(no class Jun.24, Jul. 1)
Fee: $120/ $100 member
Drop-in Fee: $15 per class
H2O (Water Aerobics)
This water aerobics class is performed in the shallow area of the pool. It’s a safe resistance for aerobic conditioning, perfect for the joint-sensitive individual.
Contact Yhomi at 703.909.6449 or visit email@example.com
Mornings: Sundays, 9am–10am; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 8:15am–9:15am; Tuesdays, Thursdays, 9:15am–10:15am; Saturdays, 8am–9am~
Evenings: Mondays & Wednesdays 6:15pm–7:15pm; Tuesdays & Thursdays
This workout program offers a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing movements with low impact options available. Members can enjoy their first week FREE! Non-members get their first class FREE. A discounted rate of 50% off the 6 and 12-month membership options is available to all full JCC members. Participants should be able to stand on their feet for the full hour and be comfortable getting down to and up off the floor.
A high-intensity interval aerobic exercise program that includes punching and kicking using mitts and shields.
Level I Strength Training
For those brand new to exercise or getting back into exercise from an injury. This class is 30 minutes long and includes basic range of motion (ROM) strength training and stretching done while seated to get new exercisers started on a healthy path.
Level II Strength Training
These classes are for those who have been in the Level I class consistently for at least 3 months or have been doing minimal exercising and are ready to do a little more. This class is 45 minutes long and includes a 5–8 minute cardio warm-up done seated and standing, 30–35 minutes of weight training, and 5–8 minutes of stretching.
Level III Strength Training
This class is for those who have been in the Level II class consistently for at least 6 months and are ready to add in a little more conditioning. This class is an hour long and includes 15 minutes of standing cardio, 15 minutes of strength training, 15 minutes of balance training, and 15 minutes of stretching.
Level IV Strength Training and Conditioning
This class is for those who have been in the Level III class consistently for at least one year and are ready to push their conditioning to the next level. This hour-long class includes 30 minutes of standing aerobics followed by 30 minutes of strength training done seated and standing using 1–5 pound weights and resistance bands.
Level V Strength Training and Endurance
This class is for those who have been exercising consistently (at least 3 days per week), can lift more than 5 pound dumbbells, use a green resistance tube or higher, and who are ready to be pushed to the next level. This class does standing exercises, floor exercises, and includes movements such as full squats, lunges, sit-ups, planks, and push-ups. This challenging 45-minute class moves at a fast pace, so expect your muscles to be sore for a few days after the class.
Stretch and Meditate
Come in and enjoy a relaxing stretch class focused on lengthening your body and reducing stress. The last 5 minutes are dedicated to meditation to let your mind relax so you can leave feeling stress free and rejuvenated.
This is a Chinese martial art primarily practiced for its health benefits, including reducing tension and stress. Tai Chi emphasizes complete relaxation and is essentially a form of meditation. The first 15 minutes are geared to those new to Tai Chi.
Contact: Rebecca.Friedlander@jccnv.org, 703.537.3028
See session dates below.
Physical exercises, meditation, and breathing designed to integrate the mind, body, and spirit. This class is recommended for those that can get down to and up from the floor easily. No refunds or credits are offered for missed or canceled classes.
Drop-in Fee: $21/ $19 member
Code: #561/ #560 member
Mondays, July 10–August 28 (8 weeks)
Fee: $148/ $132 member
Bef. Jun. 30: $128/ $112 member
This class features exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. It’s easy to do, effective, and no dance experience is necessary.
This class uses Latin music with modified moves and pace to suit the needs of the active older participant and those just starting their fitness journey.
*Class has a fee for members.