Group Fitness Classes

Group fitness schedule

Schedule as of Sept 12, 2022

Monday
8 am Pilates
9:15 am HIIT
10 am Flow
5 pm Express Barre Cardio (3o mins)

Tuesday
7 am Strength and Conditioning
8 am Flow
9 am Build
5:30 pm Power Yoga

Wednesday
6 am Full Body Strength
8 am Barre
9:30 am Flow

Thursday
7 am Strength and Conditioning
8 am Pilates
9 am Build
11:15 am Healing Flow Yoga

Friday
8 am Barre
9:15 am HIIT

Saturday
8 am Flow

Class Descriptions

When participating in any class, always go at your own pace. If you have any questions or need assistance, please ask your instructor.

Burn calories in this high energy total body conditioning workout. While every class will be different, there will always be integrated full body movements designed to train your body in the way it was intended to work, as a complete unit. You will move in a nearly seamless or uninterrupted style with ample repetitions to build endurance, kick up your heart-rate, rev up your metabolism and sculpt a long, lean physique. This class may include handheld weights, other pieces of small equipment and/or select pieces of cardio vascular equipment. All levels. 60 minutes.

Kick off your day with this high energy, heart-rate bumping, calorie torching workout. A true blend of our BUILD, BURN, and METCON classes, it will challenge your cardiovascular capacity, explore your dynamic strength, put your metabolism into overdrive and rapidly burn fat. All levels. 60 minutes.

Hit your fitness goals quickly and effectively with High Intensity Interval Training. Bouts of high intensity exercises followed by active recovery will maximize your results in a shorter period of time. Your instructor will adapt the exercise selection to meet your individual needs, creating a challenging, safe and energizing workout of the day. Workouts may be bodyweight oriented or use varied cardiovascular and strength training equipment. All levels. 45 minutes.

In this strong, yet accessible Vinyasa yoga class, you will link movement and breathe in a flowing style. A warm studio with creative and purposeful sequencing will help you open areas that are tight, strengthen areas that are weak, and connect with your core. Practice the art of being present in a welcoming and inclusive environment. These flows are designed to be adaptable to all experiences, fitness levels and preferences. 60 minutes.

This floor work class features the exercises, sequences and transitions developed by Joseph Pilates. The mat work is designed to lengthen and strengthen the entire body, create and maintain good posture or alignment and to teach you how to activate and move from the deep core muscles. A complete workout on its own, Pilates mat work is also a great addition to any athlete’s routine, creating the often needed balance and symmetry. All levels. 60 minutes.

This class combines ballet, Pilates and yoga to create a full-body workout. Driven by music, you’ll be able to tune out life while you sculpt your body, tone your muscles and burn calories in a safe, low-impact environment. Between the strength sections of class that focus on each major muscle group, we incorporate stretching to create a lean, long muscle. The workout may include props like balls, bands, or light hand-weights. All levels. 60 minutes.

Fridays: 10:15 am
This class takes the Pilates Mat work and fuses it with a variety of movement techniques to build core stability, postural alignment, strength, flexibility, and balance. We will combine light weights, resistance bands, large stability balls, mini balls, and foam rollers.

Class size is limited to allow for individual attention. All levels welcome!

All equipment may not be available at the first class as we work out the details of being back on site and in the gym.

  1. If you are new, have special needs or questions, please see the instructor prior to class.
  2. Keep it safe. Please do not enter class if you are more than 10 minutes late.
  3. Please wipe down equipment after use and return it to proper storage places.
  4. Sweat towels and water bottles are highly encouraged.
  5. B.Y.O.M. – Bring your own mat. We have limited yoga and Pilates mats.
  6. Please be courteous of participants as you enter/exit the fitness studios.

Programs are designed for adult participation. Our age policies consider industry guidelines for physiological and emotional concerns and appropriate intensity and duration of exercise. To provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all, please observe these guidelines:

  1. Children 13 years and younger must be directly supervised by an adult 16 years+.
  2. Children 11 years and younger are not allowed unless previously arranged with fitness instructor.
  3. Any child attending a class must be generally comfortable with the coordination, skill and attention span required to participate successfully.

As always, feel free to reach out to the Tetherow Front Desk with any questions – we’re here to help! 541-388-2582 x 1402

INSTRUCTORS

LINDA SANTILLI TAYLOR

Teaches Yoga

Hometown Bend, OR

Certification RYT500

Specialties Vinyasa flow, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Reiki

Hobbies Practicing yoga, swimming, hiking, walking my dog and spending time with family

“Sometimes you have to let go of the person you are to become the person you’re meant to be.”

Ruth Anne Clarke

Teaches Yoga

Hometown Amery, Wisconsin

Certifications Degree in Exercise Science, ACE Advanced Medical Exercise Specialist, Yoga RYT-200 Hour (Registered Yoga Teacher)

Specialties Physical and lifestyle programs for individuals following treatment or rehabilitation for injuries or documented diseases (i.e. Parkinson’s, stroke, pre/post surgery), Yoga for Healthy Aging, Healing flow, Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative Yoga; partner and small group classes

Hobbies Trail running, mountain hiking, backpacking, kayaking, Nordic skiing, nature, reading, vegan cooking, drawing, spending time with family and friends

“Authentic success is accepting your limitations, making peace with your past, and reveling in your passions so that your future may unfold according to a Divine Plan.” – Sarah Ban Breathnach

Andrea Wordhouse

Hometown Bend, OR

Certifications RYT-500

Specialties Vinyasa flow, healing flow, recovery yoga

Hobbies Yoga practice, kayaking, watching my son surf the river wave

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is the present — that’s why it’s called a gift.” 

Ali Risdon

Hometown: Orange County, CA

Certifications: Pilates, Barre Above, BBarreless, BFA in Dance & Thai Yoga Therapy

Specialties: Ballet, Natural Movement, Rolling techniques and living a healthy lifestyle

Hobbies: Hiking with my pups, biking with my family, dancing and Stand Up Paddling

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” 

-Maya Angelou

Ryan Levering

Hometown: Santa Cruz, CA and Maui, HI

Certifications: StrongFirst Kettlebell Level II instructor,  NASM CPT Precision Nutrition Level I Coach,  Keiser indoor cycling,  INSANITY, CORE DE FORCE, PIYO, TRANSFORM,  Barre Above

Specialties: The multiple benefits of proper form and training the body for long term sustainability (former competitive swimmer, runner and triathlete).

Hobbies: Enjoying the trails with her family, racing gravel, mountain or road bikes, running trail half marathons or gardening

Linda Cantrill

Hometown: Santa Monica, CA and St. Paul MN

Certifications: Therapeutic Pilates, FallProof Balance & Mobility, Better Bones & Balance, Parkinson BIG and LOUD LVST, Johnny G. Spinning, Group Fitness Instructor.

Specialties: Therapeutic Pilates, Balance, Mobility, Strength, Movement.

Hobbies: Cycling, Music, Dancing, Art, hanging out with friends and family, helping others.

“Physical Fitness is the first requisite of happiness.”  Joseph Pilates