Fitness & Wellness Classes for Adults


Group Exercise Class Pass
This guest pass allows non-members to participate in Group Ex classes and access the facility for one full day. Register here.

Tai Chi & Balance 
Master teacher, Margie Jackson, draws from 30 years of experience teaching yoga, meditation, chi kung (Chinese yoga), and tai chi – an ancient system of carefully coordinated exercises following a natural, relaxed pattern of gradual movements and body rotation. This class helps you build balance, stamina, and focus, with exercises being complemented by breathing techniques, quieting the mind and energy work. For more information contact or (512) 916-8919. View class times and register here.

Looking for other Group Fitness Classes for Adults?

Many other ongoing exercise opportunities are available at no cost to JCC members, including more than 60 group exercise classes held every week in the fitness center. Bring a friend – drop-in attendance is welcome! Visit for schedules and details, or contact Fitness & Wellness Director Virginia Lill at (512) 735-8224 or Childcare also available – for more details, please visit, or call (512) 735-8000. 


P.A.C.E. - People with Arthritis Can Exercise (Adults 55+)
PACE is a seated exercise class designed to increase mobility and range of motion, keep joints flexible, maintain muscle strength and increase overall stamina. Register one month at a time. For more information, contact Annie Skelton at (512) 735-8088 or Meets in Meets in the JCC Room, 150D. View details and register here.

Flex Your Brain (Adult 55+)
This class incorporates the latest research on keeping your brain strong and flexible with individual and group games and challenges. View details and register here.

Sit & Be Fit (Adult 55+)
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular , range of motion and enhance activity for daily living skills. View details and register here.

TLC Tai Chi Level 1 (Adults 55+)
In TLC Tai Chi, special attention is focused on adapting Tai Chi forms to your needs and challenges. Participants are asked to be part of a research study about Tai Chi for chronic care management and commit to at least one class per week for 12 consecutive weeks if possible.View details and register here.


For Adult Enrichment Classes, click here.