Group Exercise Classes
As a medically-based fitness center, Powell Wellness Center (PWC) takes a unique approach to fitness and wellness. All of our group exercise classes (GPX) are offered in a medically-sound environment where people of all ages and backgrounds can safely enhance their health, physical fitness, and athletic performance. Group exercise classes are a great way to meet new people and enhance your exercise routine.
Land-Based Classes at PWC
Group exercise classes are one of the most popular activities at PWC. Led by talented and qualified instructors, our group exercise classes provide a way for members of all fitness levels to develop a diverse exercise program.
With beautiful group exercise and cycling studios, we offer a variety of classes each week. Classes are available for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced exerciser in a supportive and encouraging workout environment. Meet new friends and leave your inhibitions at the door!
View the Land-based Exercise Class Schedule for April 2018.
Water-Based Classes at PWC
Our aquatic group exercise classes provide a great way to work out with very low impact. Aquatic group exercise classes include such options as river walking, fluid motion, volleyball, and aqua yoga.
View the Aquatic-based Exercise Class Schedule for April 2018.
Land-Based Classes at Culpeper Sport & Fitness
Culpeper Wellness Foundation is excited about it's new location Culpeper Sport & Fitness (CSF) located on Industrial Drive in Culpeper,VA. The Foundation has renovated the facility and installed new equipment. PWC members have access to this facility at no additional charge through 2018.
View the Land-based Exercise Class Schedule at CSF for April 2018.
View the Tennis Schedule at CSF for April 2018.
We want you to be comfortable when working out! Proper athletic attire is required for all fitness classes, and this typically means athletic shirts and tops, shorts, or workout pants. Shirts must be worn at all times. Please do not wear jeans, street shoes, sandals, or office shoes. Sandals are OK in the locker rooms and in the aquatic areas; however, gym shoes or sneakers are required on the fitness floor. It is also highly recommended that you wear water shoes for aquatic classes.
Hydration is essential for a safe and effective workout. Bringing a water bottle or electrolyte replacement beverage is a terrific idea. It's mandatory to bring water and a towel to all cycling classes, since you'll really work up a sweat.
All non-fee-based exercise classes are first-come, first-serve. For your safety and the consideration of other members, there is no admittance to group exercise classes 5 minutes after classes have started. If you need to leave the class early, please inform the instructor.
Pilates Reformer, TRX classes, and certain Boot Camp small group training are fee-based and must be scheduled and paid for in advance at the front reception desk.