Health & Wellness

Health and wellness are important for everyone. At the J, we make sure you can include health and fitness as part of your day with classes that fit your busy schedule.

The best part is: you don’t even need to be a paying member to take our classes.

New clients should arrive 5-10 minutes early to fill out a waiver (depending on the class).


Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays  – 9:00-10:00 AM

Instructors: Karen Silverman

Zumba is a high intensity, low impact aerobic dance class. Features include Latin & international rhythms including merengue, salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, flamenco, and samba and Bhangra. You will get a total body workout through a combination of easy to follow dance and fitness steps. It’s exercise in disguise.

Tai Chi for Seniors

Date/Time: Thursdays – 10:30 AM-11:30 AM (January 12 – March 30)

Instructor: Karla Groesbeck from Tai Chi Love Studios

Tai Chi is a very peaceful, low impact, body movement. It can be done standing or even sitting. It is an easy, mental and physical exercise. Studies have proven that Tai Chi improves balance, health and memory, for every age-group and body type. It is an effective and popular exercise as it can be done anywhere, anytime and without any added equipment or special clothing.

Yoga and Meditation

Date/Time: Tuesdays from 9-10 AM, Thursdays from 6-7 PM (January 3 – March 30)

Instructor: Emily Ohl

Yoga is a practiced discipline designed to sustain overall health, relaxation and well-being. Through concentration, breathing exercises and physical postures, this class aims to release tension and stress in areas of the body and mind that are impacted by the dynamics of modern life. With focus on alignment and linking breath with movement, this class provides gentle yet profound techniques to help build strength, body awareness and self-confidence. This class is for beginners and seasoned yogis alike. There will be modifications and variations for postures offered.

Questions about:

Registration: Liz Churnesky at (734) 971-0990 or [email protected]