Si View Adult Group Fitness Classes

Si View Adult Group Fitness Classes

Health and Wellness

Si View Health and Wellness programs offer a variety of year-round fitness classes as well as seasonal wellness courses. Our experienced instructors look forward to helping you reach your personal goals!

Drop-in classes do not require pre-registration. You can pay a drop-in fee for a single visit or purchase a punch pass for multiple visits. Passes are sold for 5 or 10 visits. Passes are sold per instructor and only valid for the classes the specific instructor offers. Punch passes can be purchased online or onsite.

Enrollment classes have limited class sizes and require pre-registration. Enrollment classes do not typically offer a drop-in option. Session length varies; please refer to class description for details. Register early to guarantee a spot.

Please bring a towel
and a water bottle to all fitness programs.

Drop-in Fitness Classes

Pre-registration is not required for drop-in classes. Pay as you go, or contact Si View Administrative Office at (425) 831-1900 to purchase a punch pass.

Punch passes are a convenient option! You can leave the cash at home, and simply check in at the facility. Please note the conditions for pass use that apply for all Si View programs.

  • Punch passes and renewals are sold at Si View Community Center and the administrative office.
  • Passes are only valid for the class it was purchased for and not transferable from class to class.
  • Punch passes are valid for the duration of each activity session. Si View offers three sessions each year: winter January to April, summer May to August, and fall September to December.
  • Passes are not refundable after the session has begun.
  • Passes are intended for use by only by the individual named on the pass and are not transferable.
  • Passes must be active, and have remaining visits left at the time of use. Otherwise a daily drop-in fee will be charged for that day’s visit.

Contact us at (425) 831-1900 for more information.

Download Drop In Fitness Schedule    January-April 2020

Belly Dancing
Instructor: Kathy Stuart

Women of all ages, sizes and inclinations are rediscovering and empowering themselves through the ancient, feminine dance practice playfully called “Belly Dancing”. The fluid and graceful movements help to tone and strengthen the back and abdominal muscles while improving posture and self-confidence. This class covers fundamentals as well as choreographing a dance. Dress for comfort. Teens, adults and seniors all are welcome. This is exercise for everyone!

Yoga
Instructor: Judy Baldwin (Mondays) and Stephanie Merrow (Wednesdays)
 

This class is meant to help students who are new to Yoga, learn the basics for a solid yoga foundation and experienced yogis, an opportunity to practice the Ashtanga fundamentals. Yoga poses are broken down to give you the confidence and skills for alignment, breath work, strength and flexibility. Please bring a yoga mat (yoga block and strap encouraged).

Location: Meadowbrook Farm

North Bend Fitmates
Fun. Fitness. Community.

We are a self-organized “challenge by choice” cross fit style fitness group. All are welcome! We encourage all levels of fitness to participate and have fun.

Location: Si View Gym Community Center

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Pickleball Open Gym

Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. The game combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong and is played with a paddle and a plastic ball in a doubles or singles format. Indoor pickleball open gym hours are available on Mondays and Wednesdays. Bring along a friend and come check it out!

Location: Si View Gym

Enrollment Classes

Paddle Board Yoga Fitness
Instructor: Lindsay Lambert

Outdoor SUP season is right around the corner! Come build your SUP foundation in a warm, calm, safe pool environment before it’s time to go outside on the lake, river, & ocean. We will cover entering & exiting the water safely fundamentals of fitness on a stand up Paddleboard. No SUP experience required. Dress for a HOT yoga class.

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Adult Dance Classes

Ballroom Dancing - Adults
Instructor: John Gibson

Want to learn to dance? For, weddings, cruises, taverns/clubs or parties? Or, heard that learning to dance is good for your body, your brain and your spirit? Now is your chance. These courses are for absolute beginners as well as for those who want to keep improving. The goals of the class is to have fun, learn the basics, a few cool moves, and get pointers and instruction in a friendly non-critical dance environment. Leather toed shoes and casual dress is encouraged. Classes take place in the Si View Social Room and there are three sessions between January 13-April 27.

Adult/Senior Tap
Drop In Class
Instructor: Cristie Coffing

You are never too old to make some noise! Let yourself go in this beginning/intermediate tap class. Learn basic steps and rhythm, traveling steps and shuffles. Wear comfortable clothing and bring your tap shoes.

Beginning Line Dance
REGISTER
 
    or Drop-In
Instructor: Amanda Johnson

Come join our rapidly growing country dance community in the Snoqualmie Valley! Line dancing is a blast, and you don’t need a partner or any previous experience to participate. We will be learning one new dance each week with time for practice and review. All levels of dance ability are welcome at both sessions, although dances taught at the intermediate class will be slightly more complicated. Cowboy/girl boots are encouraged, but any leather soled shoes will work. Whether you want to wow people on the dance floor or are looking for a fun way to burn some calories, this class is for you! Beginning classes are January 9-February 13 and Intermediate classes February 27-March 26.

Join Our High Energy Fitness Class Instructor Team!

We have openings for fitness instructors teaching group format classes that are suitable for all fitness levels. Group fitness instructors are responsible for teaching all scheduled classes, beginning and ending on time, provide adequate warm-up, content and cool down period, prepare appropriate equipment and music for each class, maintain a positive experience for all participants, and help with promotion of classes. Limited equipment is available on site. Group fitness instructor certification preferred, CPR/AED certification required. Please contact Aaron Colby at 425-831-1900 or for more information and to submit course proposal.