Group Fitness

Group Fitness

The Recreation Center offers fun, inventive classes that are sure to keep you moving!  Check out the class descriptions below, or give us a call for more information on a specific class. 

Group Fitness Fees & Monthly Fitness Calendar

15 Class Punch Card $82.50
10 Class Punch Card $60
Drop in Rate $8



The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you've got a Zumba® class!

ZUMBA® Toning

When it comes to body sculpting, Zumba Toning raises the bar (or rather, the toning stick).  Learn how to use lightweight, maraca-like Toning Sticks to enhance rhythm and tone all the target zones, including arms, abs and thighs.  Zumba Toning is the perfect way to sculpt your body naturally while having a blast.  

Morning Kettlebell Training

Kettlebell training, focused on muscle power and endurance, involves the entire body. They demand your full concentration and engage secondary muscles you wouldn't normally use in most workouts. Come get a full body workout while learning new and challenging kettlebell exercises each week. All levels welcome to join!!


Join us for an invigorating workout for the union of the mind and body though slow and controlled movement and conscious breathing. We offer different styles with different instructors. All levels are encouraged to attend.

Total Fitness

Uses a variety of equipment to increase physical strength, flexibility, power, cardio-vascular endurance and agility. This class will help increase your level of fitness and better your performance outside the gym.


The class size is currently limited to 8 participants due to a limited number of bikes. Classes are on a first-come first-serve basis. All levels are encouraged to attend.

Boot Camp

An early morning workout including strength training and toning for the before-work crowd. Resist-a-balls, stretch tubes, medicine balls and weights will be used to accomplish your goals.

Fitness Instructor Bios

Jay Shervin

Jay was born and raised in Jackson and graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2011 with a degree in physical education and health education. Since graduating Jay has received his certification through the NSCA, assisted the wrestling coaching staff at the Jackson Hole Middle School, and subbed as p.e./health teacher in the school district. During his free time Jay enjoys the opportunities the valley has to offer (hiking, hunting, fishing, & camping), and being involved in the community.

Susan Colligan

Susan Colligan has lived in the valley since 2005. She is originally from Michigan and especially enjoys winter activities such as skate skiing and snowboarding. In the summer she enjoys mountain biking, canoeing, backpacking and many other activities Jackson Hole has to offer. Susan began training with Crystal Wright in 2008 at the Teton County Parks and Recreation Center. She instructs Total Fitness every Monday and Wednesday from 12:10-1pm and continues to substitute teach various classes as needed. She works for the Bridger-Teton National Forest and has recieved her CPT certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Whitney Marcella Wright

Whitney grew up running among the cornfields of southeast Iowa. Participating in Cross Country and Track & Field since the age of 13, she started utilizing weight training to grain strength. prevent injury, and cut race times. Whitney was first introduced to kettlebells in 2009. Acknowledging their benefits she was quickly addicted and has been training under, shadowing, and assisting RKC trainers at the University of Iowa’s Campus Recreation and Wellness Center for the past two years. She currently holds a HKC Certificate from Dragon Door. Upon finishing her Masters in Teaching and Learning, focusing on interdisciplinary and community learning, Whitney relocated to Jackson in 2014. She currently works as the Outreach and Residency Coordinator at Dancers’ Workshop. Outside of teaching and training Whitney can be found hiking with her dog, Jack.

Elizabeth Drapela

Elizabeth discovered yoga in 1997 while attending massage school in Florida. After moving to Jackson in 1998 she deepened her practice and recognized that yoga keeps her grounded  and  enables her to live more fully in the present moment.  Although she has studied yoga all over the world she feels fortunate to have completed her Anusara  influenced teacher training in Jackson in 2013.  In addition to yoga, Elizabeth also teaches various massage classes and maintains an active massage practice.  Her classes incorporate a focus on alignment, spirituality and playful joy.