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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Group Fitness will practice social distancing. We invite all Wilson’s members to workout at either the Forum or Rangeline location during this time. 

  • For Barre Classes, we will be providing therabands for sale. These will be available for $4 cash with Member Services.
  • For Aqua Classes, we will be providing noodles for sale. These will be available for $10 cash with Member Services.
  • Specialty Classes will be online for sign up as soon as we have them ready. For now, all others will limited and will be on a first come basis. Cycling participants will still have a sign-up with Member Services.
  • Please bring your own mat for Yoga and Barre Classes.
  • We will continue to offer and update you with a variety of online classes including Les Mills classes, Barre, Yoga, and Strength/Cardio Classes. 

ONLINE CLASSES

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 - 6:00 am

GRIT

GRIT

Date: January 15

Time: 5:30 am-6:00 am

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.

Instructor: Phillip Chisholm

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Wed

Phillip Chisholm

Phillip Chisholm

blankPhillip has been teaching on the Wilson’s team since 2016, when he earned his Group Fitness and Les Mills GRIT certifications.  He currently teaches GRIT and Kickboxing.  Phillip became an instructor shortly after two other GRIT instructors talked him into it!  He regularly teaches early morning (5:30am) classes and is always inspired by his dedicated regulars who wake up so early to put in the work.  An Air Force Veteran, Phillip is no stranger to tough workouts!

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

Zumba

Zumba

Date: January 15

Time: 9:15 am-10:00 am

Zumba involves dance and aerobic elements.  Zumba’s choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue, mambo, marial arts, and some Bollywood and belly dance moves.

Instructor: Jody Street

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Wed

Jody Street

Jody Street

blankJody is certified in Zumba and Les Mills BodyAttack and joined the Wilson’s team in 2019.  She is currently teaching both Zumba and BodyAttack.  Jody began her fitness journey four years ago when her oldest daughter convinced her to sign up for a 5K race.  She was nervous, but set a goal to finish the race (and not finish last).  She trained for a few months, finished the race, and to her surprise, got second place in her age division.  She was hooked and has been running 5K’s (and 10K’s and half marathons!) ever since.

Jody discovered group fitness classes in 2018.  While she was a little intimidated and nervous to go try something new, her daughter again encouraged her and she fell in love with the group fitness atmosphere.  Her favorites were BodyAttack and BodyJam.  She never dreamed she’d be an instructor, but when an instructor/mentor asked her if she’d like to teach, she realized she did.  She wanted to help others fall in love with group fitness just as she did; to provide that fun, welcoming, positive environment; and to help students view exercise as fun.  She wants to let participants know that it doesn’t matter your age, size, or fitness level. Group fitness is for everyone.  “Don’t be intimidated like I was all those years.  Walk through that door.  You won’t be sorry.”

After working as an RN for over 20 years, Jody is now retired.  When she isn’t teaching, she enjoys spending time with her three adult children and her four beautiful grandchildren… and vacationing to Florida where she and her husband keep their 5th wheel camper for a little winter home!

Rangeline Group
United States
10:05 am - 10:50 am

Studio Barre* HH

Studio Barre* HH

Date: January 15

Time: 10:05 am-10:50 am

A fast and effective way to change the shape of your body. The use of a ballet barre and small isometric movements along with stretching allows your body to become more lifted, toned and lengthened.

HH = Happy Hour

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Instructor: Beth VanLoo

Wed

Beth VanLoo

Beth VanLoo

blankBeth has been an instructor for Wilson’s since 2009 and is currently teaching CxWorX and KettleWorX.  Not only does she have her BS from Mizzou in Nutrition and Fitness, but is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association).  Additionally, she holds certifications through KettleWorX and Les Mills BodyFlow, BodyJam, BodyVive, and CxWorX.

10:55 am - 11:25 am

Cardio Kidz 2-3

Cardio Kidz 2-3

Date: January 15

Time: 10:55 am-11:25 am

This 30-minute class is just for kids and makes fitness fun by keeping those little feet moving and grooving with interactive activities set to music. Two classes for two age groups focus on appropriate developmental motor skills in a supportive, social setting. Classes are for those whose children are on an active membership

Instructor: Various

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Wed

Various

Various

This class will be led by various Play Center Team Members.

Rangeline Group
United States
11:10 am - 11:55 am

RPM★

RPM★

Date: January 15

Time: 11:10 am-11:55 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: Meghan McCullah

Studio: Rangeline Cycling
United States

Wed

Meghan McCullah

Meghan McCullah

blankMeghan is the Group Fitness Assistant Director.  She is a certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor, both through the American Council on Exercise (ACE). She is a 200 RYT, through Yoga Alliance, and has a 100 hour specialty certification in Yoga for Athletes.  She also holds certifications Les Mills BodyAttack, BodyFlow, BodyPump and RPM; Stages Indoor Cycling and Flight; DK Body Pilates; and Animal Flow Level 1. She currently teaches BodyPump, RPM, Hot Barre, BodyAttack, BodyFlow, Fusion, Chair Yoga, Balance Board, and Warrior Yoga and takes personal training clients.

When she was pregnant with her first child, Meghan was 120 pounds heavier.  “I learned how quickly lifestyle and diet can get out of control.”  Meghan came to work (with her baby) in the Wilson’s playcenter in 2006.  Being in a supportive, healthy environment led to weight loss, fitness, and education.  In 2009 she became a personal trainer and was excited to help others.  She maintained a healthy diet and weight through her other three pregnancies, and her passion for exercise grew to encompass group fitness as well.

“I love motivating people to feel empowered and successful; to do something they didn’t think they could do, or be someone they didn’t think they could be.”  She also finds it uplifting to see the camaraderie that develops within a class or training session, and the gym community.

Rangeline Cycling
United States
11:25 am - 11:55 am

Cardio Kidz 4-5

Cardio Kidz 4-5

Date: January 15

Time: 11:25 am-11:55 am

This 30-minute class is just for kids and makes fitness fun by keeping those little feet moving and grooving with interactive activities set to music. Two classes for two age groups focus on appropriate developmental motor skills in a supportive, social setting. Classes are for those whose children are on an active membership

Instructor: Various

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Wed

Various

Various

This class will be led by various Play Center Team Members.

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

BodyCombat

BodyCombat

Date: January 15

Time: 5:30 pm-6:30 pm

Empowering cardio workout that is fiercely energetic. Inspired by martial arts and draws from an array of disciplines such as Karate Boxing, Taekwondo, Tai Chi and Muay Thai. (Express = 45 minutes)

Instructor: Michael Griffith

Studio: Rangeline Group
United States

Wed

Michael Griffith

Michael Griffith

blankMichael “Griff” Griffith has been teaching Les Mills BodyCombat at Wilson’s since getting certified in 2017.  He became a “gym person” when his first child was born over 16 years ago and fell in love with some of the Les Mills classes.  He was inspired by several instructors over the years and while he’s somewhat of a teacher at heart, he wasn’t sure if he’d be able to devote the time and energy it takes to be a group fitness instructor.  Boy, was he wrong!  He loves being part of something bigger than himself.  The team camaraderie is amazing and he loves to see class participants push themselves to new heights.

Michael suffered a major knee injury over 20 years ago and though his knee was surgically repaired through orthopedics, his “fixed” knee has always been a little different.  There was a time a few years ago when he thought he’d have to give up his two classes he loves most, BodyCombat and BodyPump.  He had hit the age of 50 and thought he had missed his opportunity to become a great instructor.  After discovering a supplement that ultimately improved his knee pain (and overall joint health), he decided to jump on a training opportunity for BodyCombat.  He was told that training would be intense but it would change him in ways both in AND out of the gym.  They were right; it made him grow personally and helped him professionally in his other job.  He is very appreciative for the inspiration he received and wishes now to inspire others.  Michael firmly believes that we need to keep moving as we age and he’s grateful to be a part of the Wilson’s team!

Rangeline Group
United States
5:30 pm - 6:15 pm

Pilates*

Pilates*

Date: January 15

Time: 5:30 pm-6:15 pm

This class incorporates the classic Pilates style of core, stretch, and total body strength. The instructors will use personalized modification so that all levels receive a quality workout that fits their needs and goals. Props such as weighted balls, magic circles, foam rollers, or Bosu balls may be utilized in the class.

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Instructor: Tina England

Wed

Tina England

Tina England

blankTina got her start in fitness in the early 90’s as a group exercise participant and was invited to train as an instructor for a local health club in Amarillo, TX.  She started with aquatic exercise and delved into as many facets of that format as she could find, excelling as an instructor.  Through the years, she branched out to teaching various aerobics, strength and flexibility, bootcamp and HIIT style, yoga, and pilates classes.  More recently, her interests lean toward the aerial arts.

Tina is certified in AEA, AFAA, ICSA Pilates, Moms in Motion, Hydrofit, and Arthritis Foundation.  She has been an instructor for 27 years and started at Wilson’s in 1992.  She currently teaches water aerobics, pilates, yoga, aerial yoga, and aerial hammock skills.  Over the years, she has found that her overall health (physical and mental) is better and she is capable of so much more than others her age because she has stayed fit.  She loves teaching because of the interaction with her participants and seeing them evolve.  As they become stronger and more proficient, she likes to find new or different ways to challenge them and help them achieve their goals.  “Seeing participants’ smiles, hearing their success stories, and watching their confidence grow proves to me that I am making a difference in their lives.”

In her spare time, she makes cakes – big/small, fancy, fun, fondant, crazy cakes!  It started when her son asked her to make a soccer ball cake for his 11th birthday.  She thought, “Hey, I’ve watched a lot of Cake Boss – I’ll give it a go!”  Her background in graphic design and art transferred over nicely and she’s been creating fun, edible works of art ever since.

6:25 pm - 7:25 pm

Aerial Fabric Skills Level 1*

Aerial Fabric Skills Level 1*

Date: January 15

Time: 6:25 pm-7:25 pm

Introduction to Aerial Fabrics is a prerequisite for this class, an acrobatic fitness fusion class that will lift you off the ground and get your heart pumping. This challenging art form builds unparalleled upper body and core strength, kinesthetic awareness, coordination and confidence. A dynamic warm-up leads to light stretching, skill-building including climbs, footlocks, poses, sequences, and inversions. Building off the basics learned in the intro class and working at their own pace, students will advance to more difficult moves as they become stronger. Class concludes with a yoga-inspired cool down and flexibility work. Content will be dependent on experience level of those in attendance. Prerequisite: Must complete Intro to Aerial Fabrics to participate in this class. Not recommended during pregnancy. Please consult your physician.

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Instructor: Cortney Hutson

Wed

Cortney Hutson

Cortney Hutson

blankCortney joined the Wilson’s team in 2018.  Holding her YogaFit Level 1, she currently teaches Aerial Hammock Conditioning.  She danced through high school and entertained bursts of fitness throughout life, but had no lasting interest in fitness until trying aerial silks.  The artistry combined with athleticism appealed to her.  Since becoming an aerialist, she has begun cross training with yoga, weightlifting, and running.

Cortney wanted to become an instructor to show people that fitness is for everyone.  “People are often intimidated by the gym to the point that they feel they need to become fit before they can come to the gym to get fit.”  The supportive environment of group classes takes away some of the pressure of coming to the gym.  Cortney wouldn’t be nearly as fit as she is without the encouragement of some amazing instructors – and she wants to pass that same feeling long to others.  What she loves most about teaching is the moment when something “clicks” for a participant and they nail a pose or trick for the very first time.  She wants her members to know that fitness isn’t about how much you weigh or how much you can lift; its a commitment to making the healthiest choices for your physical and mental health.

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Aerial Fabric Skills Level 2*

Aerial Fabric Skills Level 2*

Date: January 15

Time: 7:30 pm-8:30 pm

Class content will be dependent on experience level of those in attendance and build on the skills learned in Aerial Fabric Skills Level 1. Prerequisite: Must have instructor approval to advance. Not recommended during pregnancy. Please consult your physician.

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Instructor: Hannah Henze

Wed

Hannah Henze

Hannah Henze

blankHannah is certified in YogaFit Level I and YogaFit Seniors. She currently teaches Aerial Yoga, Aerial 101, and Restorative Aerial Yoga, and subs for Intro to Aerial Fabrics Basics, Aerial Fabrics Skills, and yoga. She’s also training to teach Hot Yoga.

Active throughout school, Hannah danced, marched in the band, competed in gymnastics, track and field, and cross country. In college she discovered roller derby, pole fitness, and aerial arts. When she became an instructor at Wilson’s in June 2015, she wanted to share her love for aerial arts and yoga, and remains passionate about continuing her education. Personally, she is expanding her horizons by training in various circus arts including contortion, corde lisse, and flying trapeze. Hannah also has a combined Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, and health science as well as two different minors in nuclear engineering. In addition to performing aerial arts and competing in pole championships, she works full time for the University of Missouri.

Hannah loves seeing breakthroughs in her students when, after working through a move in aerial, their faces light up. She also loves bringing the joy of yoga to her participants with no competition or expectation. “Yoga isn’t about if we’re flexible or strong enough; it’s about coming back to your center, finding your ground.” Hannah wants people to know instructors are here to help them grow in their journey of self-discovery. “Don’t be afraid to push yourself and step out of your comfort zone. Don’t let fear keep you from exploring what you’re capable of.”

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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.