This class is designed to improve fitness and overall health. One day, we’ll will focus on Functional Training to assist in performing the activities of daily life safely and more effectively. These high and low impact exercises simulate everyday movements and target core strength using body weight or dumb-bells. The other day, will be calorie burning cardio circuits which combine cardio and strength exercise to develop muscle endurance, improve cardiovascular ability and burn calories. Moderate to high intensity level with modifications available.

We are offering a new exercise option for our Total Body Fitness class: ONLINE class is available. Shannan Kaiser will still be leading exercise class in person with social distancing for those who choose to attend. In person participants are asked to wear face masks to class but may lower masks during exercise. But if you are more comfortable participating in your own home, you may take the class online.

Age: 18 years and older
Time: 6:00 - 6:45pm
Dates: Tues & Thurs: March 2 - May 27 (13 wks)
Tue & Thurs: June 1 - Aug 26 (13 wks)
Mon & Wed: Aug 30 - Nov 24 (13 wks)
Mon & Wed: Nov 29 - Feb 23, 2022 (13 wks)
Fee: $50 Residents, $60 NR per session
Location:  Behring Senior Center
Instructor: Shannan Kaiser
Limit: 20


We are offering the following exercise class options:

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00–5:45pm, June 8 - August 26 with Certified Aqua Zumba® Instructor Connie Wyssbrod
  • Senior Water Exercise on Mondays & Wednesdays, Noon-12:45am, June 21 - July 28 with Instructor Bridget Cotter
  • Senior Water Exercise on Mondays & Wednesdays, 11:00-11:45am, August 2 - 25 with Instructor Bridget Cotter

Find the time that fits best into your schedule and come join us for this exercise class for high school age to adult. There is no cost if you have a season pass or pay $3.00 nightly admission. You must register with the Front Desk. You can drop in but if you register, we will call you with cancellation information. We will not make up classes cancelled due to inclement weather.


Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. The court is just under one third of the area of a tennis court and uses a similar net. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a whiffle ball. A pickle ball moves at about one-third the speed of a tennis ball, making this a sport that is more accessible to a wider range of players. The smaller area along with the slower moving ball makes pickleball much easier to play than tennis. Please register at Parks & Recreation so we can call you with any schedule changes. You can drop in anytime to play. We supply the balls.

Age: Adults
Day: Monday & Wednesday
Date: May - October 2021 (weather permitting)
Time: 6:00 - 9:30pm
Fee: $15 for entire outdoor season or $2 per night
Location: Start & end of season at Northeast Park to use lights- Middle of season at Twining Park Tennis Courts
Supervisors: Brian Saugstad & Mike Deininger
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Age: Adults
Day: Monday & Wednesday
Date: October 2021 - April 2022
Time: 6:00 - 9:30pm
Fee: $15 for entire indoor season or $2 per night
Location: Parkside School Gym
Supervisors: Brian Saugstad & Mike Deininger