ONLINE CLASSES 

Current, active members can access online classes at this time as we ease back into the club post COVID-19. Are you a current member? E-mail Meghan at [email protected] to make sure you get the password! 

SPECIALTY CLASSES & WHAT TO BRING

*Specialty Classes are $7.50 + tax for any Wilson’s member and $15.00 + tax for non-members. HH = Happy Hour Classes are $5.00 + tax for members and non-members.

Contact MEMBER SERVICES to find out how to add Specialty Classes (those marked with *) to your membership and enroll for free.

  1. Please bring a water bottle to all classes to stay hydrated.
  2. Yoga mats are required for yoga and barre classes.
  3. Aerobics specific shoes are recommended for cardio classes and S.P.D. cycling shoes are recommended for cycling classes.
  4. Schedule is subject to change due to low attendance, instructor injury or instructor availability.
  5. Inclement weather policy: Please call ahead for changes to due weather.

Classes have been set up to complement each other. Please feel free to attend more than one class to achieve overall fitness.

*SPECIALTY CLASS ENROLLMENT:  (Regular classes do not require enrollment)  Advanced booking is encouraged for Specialty Classes and is available one week prior to class.

  1. Enroll online or at your club.
  2. No refunds are given for cancellations less than two hours prior to class time.
  3. If you have not enrolled prior to arriving at the club, you may be placed on a waiting list until 5 minutes before class begins.
  4. Once you arrive at the club, please check in at the front desk and receive a wristband which will be collected by the instructor prior to the start of class.
  5. All participants must have signed in 5 minutes prior to start of class to ensure their spot. This is for your safety to get acclimated to the heat as well as to open space for those on the waiting list. If you have not checked in 5 minutes prior to class, your spot will be given to the next person on the waiting list and no refunds will be given.
  6. For those whose membership includes unlimited free specialty classes, a cancellation fee of $5 will be assessed to your account for any class cancelled less than 2 hours prior to class. A $5 cancellation fee will also be assessed if you are too late to attend or don’t show up for class.

Use search options below to view classes by the day or week, find out where your favorite instructor is or what’s happening in your favorite studio. Select the class in the schedule to view a description, enroll in a *Specialty Class or add to your personal calendar. You can even meet your instructor by selecting their name in the schedule.

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Time Class Day Instructor Studio
5:30 am - 6:15 am

RPM★

RPM★

Date: September 21

Time: 5:30 am-6:15 am

Indoor cycling workout where you ride to the rhythm of powerful music based on your rotations per minute. Hills, flats, mountain peaks, speed work and interval training are involved.

★Due to limited space, this class requires signing-up at the front desk 30 minutes prior to class.

Instructor: Patty Loehr

Studio: Rangeline Cycling
United States

Tue

Patty Loehr

Patty Loehr

blankPatty has been teaching at Wilson’s since 2015. She completed her 200 RYT and is certified in Stages Indoor Cycling and Flight, and Les Mills RPM, BodyPump, and BodyStep.  She currently teaches Fusion, Gentle Flow, Hot Barre, RPM, Flight, BodyPump, and BodyStep.  Patty is a certified Personal Trainer through NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine), a Wilson’s Wellness Coach, and is a NASM Fitness Nutrition Specialist.  Patty was not a “fitness” person until she started attending Wilson’s as a member in 2014, realizing she needed to focus on her health.  She started taking a yoga class one day a week and loved how it made her feel; how much more productive she was after just one class a week.  Later that year, she took Fusion and knew after just two classes that she wanted to teach it.  She also started running in 2014, with the goal of running a half marathon.  Patty completed her first half marathon in October of that year. In 2017, she started cycling outdoors thinking that she could possibly participate in a duathalon.  That plan had one thing missing though, so she is currently teaching herself to swim so that she can participate in a triathlon!

Patty loves seeing members living an active lifestyle.  “Each person that comes to my class is taking time out of their life to turn the focus on themselves and their health.  For many that is coming at a sacrifice of time with family or other important things happening in their life. I want to provide that individual with the absolute best workout experience so that they will continue to take that time for them!”

Rangeline Cycling
United States
5:30 am - 6:30 am

BodyPump

BodyPump

Date: September 21

Time: 5:30 am-6:30 am

The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This 60-minute class challenges all your major muscle groups by using squats, presses, lifts, curls, etc. (Express 30 or 45 minutes)

Instructor: Becky Heins

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Tue

Becky Heins

Becky Heins

Rangeline Group
United States
9:15 am - 10:00 am

BodyAttack Express

BodyAttack Express

Date: September 21

Time: 9:15 am-10:00 am

A sports-inspired 60-minute cardio workout for building strength and stamina. This high-energy interval training class combines athletic aerobic movements with strength and stabilization exercises.(Express = 30 or 45 minutes)

Instructor: Cassie Kauffman

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Tue

Cassie Kauffman

Cassie Kauffman

blankCassie has her YogaFit Level 1 and Les Mills BodyAttack certifications and currently teaches BodyAttack, Hot Barre and KettleworX at Wilson’s. Growing up, she was active in dance and cheerleading. She got involved with group fitness and running when her best friend passed away from ovarian cancer at the age of 28. She has completed several races, half marathons, and trail races. In 2018, another instructor encouraged her to go for her aspiration of becoming an instructor so she did!

“Teaching is a great way to be a better version of myself.” Cassie has two children, ages 4 and 2, and its very important for her to stay active and healthy, especially with them watching. Working out has always been a great stress reliever and a way to clear her mind… which is necessary for her sanity! She loves teaching because she wants to provide that stress relief for others. She attended Wilson’s group fitness classes for years and has always found it motivating to work out in a group setting and push yourself with your friends. “Wilson’s has amazing members that help make the classes fun.”

Rangeline Group
United States
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Yoga

Yoga

Date: September 21

Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm

This 60-minute class provides focused practice that strengthens and tones muscles, increases bone density and establishes correct body alignment through asanas, breathing technique, warm ups and relaxation.

Instructor: Susan Zeng

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Tue

Susan Zeng

Susan Zeng

blankYinghui (“Susan”) has been teaching Yoga and Aerial at Wilson’s since 2018.  She has her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate, and has trained in Yoga Barre, Kids, Seniors, Props, and Warriors, and has been practicing yoga for 20 years.  Working in the technology field, she would stare at a computer for hours and thought yoga was only for very fit people.  Then she tried a free class and immediately fell in love with the mindset that everybody is a yoga body.  She was inspired by the authentic, non-judgemental teaching and the compassion-centered philosophy and so decided to begin her yoga journey!

Growing up with a family that practiced ancient Chinese Qigong meditations, Susan now weaves thought-provoking meditations and mindful movement throughout her classes.  She applies ancient wisdom to our contemporary western world in a useful and understandable way, leading others and herself to create dynamic harmony between yin and yang, and to walk the path toward a happier, healthier, and more conscious life.  She is passionate about teaching and sharing her yoga journey, as well as the benefits of yoga and aerial.

Susan feels that the most important rules of her life were learned from yoga:  #1 is the Mountain Pose; always stand tall with your shoulders back!  #2 is Child’s Pose; take care of ourselves  and connect body and brain, as our body is the child of our soul.  #3 is mindful breathing; regardless of what’s happening, the unconscious breath is the repetitive prayer that goes on continuously in all living creatures.

Rangeline Group
United States
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

BodyPump

BodyPump

Date: September 21

Time: 5:30 pm-6:30 pm

The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This 60-minute class challenges all your major muscle groups by using squats, presses, lifts, curls, etc. (Express=45 minutes or 30 minutes)

Instructor: Joy Millard

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Tue

Joy Millard

Joy Millard

blankJoy holds multiple certifications including Les Mills BodyPump and Body Flow, Yoga Fit Level 1, and Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) Group Fitness. She started dancing when she was six and continued through junior high. In high school, she moved on to tennis and swim team, and in college, she took many physical education classes such as bowling, dance and movement, swimming for conditioning, and beginning, intermediate and advanced racquetball. After college she missed ‘the sweat’ and vowed never to stop exercising.

She’s not sure how long she’s been at Wilson’s but knows it’s a long time because she taught through both her pregnancies, and as of 2016, her two boys are 24 and 27. Joy stays because she truly enjoys it. “I love interacting with clients, being a bit of a clown and having a good time. Fitness can be a ‘family’ activity and encouraging the class members is fun.” Joy loves the community of regular folks trying to stay active in a sedentary world. “I love changing the shapes of our bodies, calming our minds and having a good time.”

Joy currently teaches BodyPump, Total Body Workout (TBW), and Yoga. And she wants her member to know, when she’s singing BodyPump songs, she’s usually making up the words.

Rangeline Group
United States
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Yoga

Yoga

Date: September 21

Time: 5:30 pm-6:30 pm

This 60-minute class provides focused practice that strengthens and tones muscles, increases bone density and establishes correct body alignment through asanas, breathing technique, warm ups and relaxation.

Instructor: Anne Janku

Tue

Anne Janku

Anne Janku

blankAnne holds a Yoga Alliance 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training. She first joined Wilson’s in 1986 and began instructing yoga in 2003. She’s been a competitive runner, a US Cycling Federation bike racer, and a triathlete. She originally pursued teaching to deepen her own practice; in her words, “teaching to learn.”

Anne particularly likes teaching at Wilson’s because the participants are involved in a variety of physical experiences and come to class physically and mentally prepared to try new things. “I really enjoy the creative challenge of meeting people on the mat and helping them progress in their yoga journey.”

6:40 pm - 7:10 pm

GRIT

GRIT

Date: September 21

Time: 6:40 pm-7:10 pm

High-intensity interval training (HIIT), one of the hottest fitness trends on the planet, is the fastest way to get fit and in shape. Short, sharp bursts of effort allow you to reach maximum training zones and that’s the secret to athletic performance.  ATHLETIC: multi-dimensional sports conditioning, using bodyweight exercises and sometimes a step.  CARDIO: improves cardiovascular fitness, increases speed, and maximizes calorie burn.  STRENGTH: designed to improve strength, cardiovascular fitness, and build lean muscle, using barbell weight plate, and bodyweight exercises.

Instructor: Zach Lamb

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Tue

Zach Lamb

Zach Lamb

blankZach holds certifications in Les Mills GRIT and KettleWorX. Teaching at Wilson’s since 2013, he currently coaches all 3 formats of GRIT; Cardio, Plyo and Strength. As a college athlete, he was active and competitive, and continues to compete in adventure races such as Tough Mudder, Springfield Urban Challenge and the Missouri American Water MR340, a canoe and kayak race across the state of Missouri.

 Zach began teaching as a personal challenge, but he’s grown to really enjoy it. He finds it fun and rewarding to help his participants push themselves and meet their fitness goals. “What I like best about teaching are the people; seeing them improve their fitness, and knowing that our Wilson’s team is helping them do that.”

Rangeline Group
United States
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*Specialty Class – Requires enrollment
★Due to limited space, this class requires siging-up at the front desk 30 minutes prior to class.