Group Fitness

Members working out at a group fitness session
Fitness Centre Rowing
Group Fitness Cycling
Group Fitness weight lifting
Group Fitness Yoga
Group Fitness doing yoga

Group Fitness Programs (Drop-In)

Our Drop-In Group Fitness Classes are included with all student, staff, and community memberships. We welcome and encourage everyone to come and experience the different types of drop-in group fitness classes offered at UTM.  Let yourself be motivated by our dynamic fitness instructors, relieve some pent up energy, and learn some new fitness ideas.  So bring your friends or even make some new friends.

There are no sign ups, our classes are first-come, first-served so make sure to come a few minutes before the class start time to make sure to secure you spot and get the best experience.

The  group fitness schedules section on our homepage is updated in real time.  Please check during exam/study or holiday periods for any changes to the schedule. Classes may be moved, cancelled, or have time changes during these periods.

Download a printable Spring Group Fitness Schedule (coming soon)

Group Fitness Program Dates

  • Fall Term:  September - December 
  • Winter Term:  January - April
  • Spring Term:  May -June
  • Summer Term:  July - August  

Types of Classes

Cardio Sculpt

Lift, squeeze and sculpt with combinations of exciting cardio routines and a variety of exercises and group fitness equipment for an intense and challenging workout!  Increase your cardiovascular and muscular fitness in a more traditional fitness class setting and give yourself a full body workout in 50 minutes. 


Boot Camp (WO/X)

A high intensity class that incorporates plyometric, strength, and interval training.  Build your cardiovascular and muscular endurance using various types of exercise equipment and body weight exercises.  Challenge yourself and get ready for a top to bottom workout and finally relax and stretch!


Barre Boot Camp

The ultimate barre fitness workout, this class guides participants through a full body, low impact workout using traditional ballet barre inspired exercises.  Barre Boot Camp blends fitness training, core conditioning, dance, yoga, Pilates into one dynamic, full hour class.  No dance experience required.

Cycle-Core Fusion 

This exciting combination class includes a high-energy indoor cycling segment to improve your cardiorespiratory fitness followed by a fun and challenging core training routine.  Core training can help build a strong foundation, improve your posture and stability, and make everyday activities easier.  

Cycle-Yoga Fusion (Mind-Body)

You will be working hard in the saddle on our Schwinn computerized indoor cycling bikes then flowing through yoga poses and sun salutations to re-energize your day.  Great cross training opportunity to get your cardio with  mobility and flexibility training in one 50-minute class; 25 minutes indoor cycling followed by 25 minutes yoga.  Come to either session.


Indoor Cycling (WO)

This class will have you working hard in the saddle on our Schwinn computerized indoor cycling bikes.  Join our classes with heart pumping music for sprints, hills and drills to build endurance, burn calories and relieve stress.  You can set the intensity of your workout and cruise at your own pace. 



Pilatesfit (Mind-Body)

Achieve a balanced and toned body with the ultimate core fitness workout!  Incorporate Pilate’s postures with traditional core exercises to help improve posture, strength, and range of motion. Rejuvenate your workout with a focus on your breathing and find those deep core muscles in the abdomen that surround the spine. 


Body Sculpt

Strengthen, tone, and give yourself a full body workout during this weight training class.  You will build lean muscle, strong bones, and increase your metabolism.  Join us for this beginner friendly introduction to weight training using dumbbells, bodybars, stability balls, and resistance bands.


Step & Sculpt

Join us for our easy to follow step routines and total body conditioning exercises to tone your way to a healthier body.  Our classes offer the challenge of cardio intervals on and off our Reebok steps alternating with resistance training exercises using body weight, tubing, weights, stability balls and gliders. 


Tai Chi 8 (Mind-Body)

Is a soft-style martial arts, meditation and a graceful form of flowing movement focusing on 8 movements of the Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan form.  Great for balance training and stability, flexibility, strength and mindfulness. 



Yogilates (Mind-Body)

Yogilates blends the movements and postures of yoga with the core-focused exercises of Pilates. It is a modern form of fitness instruction incorporating strength, flexibility and relaxation techniques into one 50-minute class. 


Zumba (WO)

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music/dance themes that create a dynamic and exciting workout that should be "FUN AND EASY TO DO."  The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body.  No dance experience required. 

Aqua Zumba

Is a low impact high-energy aquatic exercise in the pool, that blends the Zumba philosophy with water resistance for one pool party you shouldn't miss!  Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International dance themes that create a dynamic and exciting workout that is "FUN AND EASY TO DO."   


Women's Only Group Fitness Classes - WO

-Women's Only classes are offered in a visually isolated space

XPRESS Classes - X  

- 30-minute XPRESS fitness classes for a quick and intense workout
Schedule Changes

In the event of holidays, special events, severe weather etc., our schedule may need to be modified and/or classes cancelled.

Why offer women's only fitness?

Women's only fitness is a targeted needs-based program designed to ensure equitable participation in physical activity. The program is aligned with University policies, guidelines and statements on equity, diversity and excellence.

While women currently constitute over half of UTM’s student body, they continue to be under-represented in most forms of physical activity. Our usage statistics show that while female participation in particular facility spaces is low during regular hours, it increases notably during time scheduled for women only. Women's only classes are therefore one of several strategies implemented by the Department to optimize participation, reduce barriers to being active, and foster inclusivity across culture, religion and ability level.

The Department of Recreation, Athletics & Wellness strives to create and maintain a welcoming, inclusive, atmosphere for all students and members in all our facilities. Women's only classes reflect the mission of the Department and its commitment to the provision of opportunity.