Chatham Works’ Group Exercise class options include Barre, Indoor Cycling, Mat Pilates, TRX, Yoga, and Zumba, as well as our signature Team Training (Base, Burn, & Build) classes. That means we give you a wide range of options to challenge yourself, build strength, and improve your conditioning and mobility - all within a fun and social environment.
Our functionally oriented Team Training classes - BASE, BURN, & BUILD - are based on programming from Alloy Personal Training Solutions. You'll be coached by our Trainers and use a variety of equipment and your own bodyweight within a highly structured, super fun large group format (6 to 18+ participants). Each class changes weekly, and is specifically designed such that every component of every class can be customized “on the fly” to accommodate and challenge the personal development and needs of each client.
We offer three different variants of Team Training to cater to a wide range of client abilities and goals:
Featuring the Lower Cape's only dedicated indoor cycling studio and brand new, top-of-the-line Precor Spinner Chrono Power bikes, Chatham Works offers a variety of different types of indoor cycling classes taught by some of the most experienced instructors on the entire Cape!
Barre is a mix of Pilates, dance, yoga and strength training movements to energizing music to create a lean, strong body. It’s a full body workout with concentration on the lower body, core and arms.
Zumba® is a Latin flavored total body workout, combining all elements of fitness ‒ cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.
We offer a variety of different styles of Yoga classes, ranging from gentle, restorative Vinyasa Flow to more intense and challenging Power Yoga. Check our schedule to find the option that best suits your goals and mood.
Mat Pilates is a full-body conditioning program comprised of a series of exercises performed on a mat. The practice of Pilates improves strength, flexibility, balance and control. The rhythmic exercises promote elongated and toned muscles and are noted for developing abdominal and lower back strength and create a strong body core.