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We have a large variety of fitness programs for individuals of all ages and fitness levels. The beauty of our programs is that you can drop in on a class for free, try it out to see if it's a good fit for you, and then either purchase a punch card or monthly pass. You can take a variety of classes to "mix-it-up" and keep yourself motivated. See below for class details. Review the variety of monthly passes available to you.


All fitness classes will be held at the Redmond Senior Center, 325 NW Dogwood Avenue, Redmond, OR. Fitness classes are for ages 14 and up. Senior fitness classes are for ages 50 and up. You can purchase a 10 session punch card for $32.00 (in district). Unlimited group fitness is just $35.00 per month with NO contract. All classes are subject to change due to attendance.

Group Fitness Classes | Ages 14 & UP | Redmond Senior Center

Powercut Plus

Get cut with Powercut! This weightlifting class uses free-weights, resistant bands, step and fitness balls along with great music to get you through an hour of head to toe muscle work. Cardio intervals are interjected between strength sets. Every class is different and all levels are welcome. Monday & Wednesday - 9:15-10:20am

Balance & Core

Balance & Core is a yoga-based class that will help your flexibility, posture and put extra emphasis on the core muscles. Flexibility is the most overlooked element of fitness, make it a part of your schedule! Tuesday - 9:15-10:20am

Cardio Kickboxing

Cardio Kickboxing mixes martial arts techniques with high-paced cardio for a workout that will challenge both the beginner and elite athlete alike. Build stamina and improve coordination with punches and kicks that will get your heart racing and burn calories. Core work is also added at the end for a workout that challenges the entire body. Friday - 9:15-10:20am


The muscle sculpting from Pilates and flexibility of yoga combined into non-stop fluid movements. Sweat, stretch and strengthen all in one unique workout. Using only your bodyweight, you’ll perform a series of low-impact Pilate and Yoga inspired moves to work every single muscle. Thursday - 9:15-10:20am

Zumba Toning®

All the same as Zumba but just with light weights for toning and added strength training exercises. Come dance, burn calories and tone target zones such as arms, abs and lower body. Zumba Maraca-like Toning Sticks will help put focus on certain muscle groups so you and your muscles can stay engaged! Join our certified Zumba instructors for this fun energizing workout!

Monday & Wednesday - 4:30-5:30pm

Senior Fitness Opportunities | Ages 50 & up

Fitness 4 Life | Virtually & Redmond Senior Center

This class is 20 minutes of low impact moves, 20 minutes of strength exercises designed to increase range of motion and 20 minutes of balance and flexibility. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing, stepper and fitness balls are offered for resistance. Class uses a step and yoga mat. This is a great class for the beginner or the active older adult. You must register in advance to attend virtually. Mondays & Wednesdays - 7:45-8:45am

Zumba® Gold | Redmond Senior Center

Grab your friends and join the party! Zumba Gold® is for those who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower intensity. Our certified instructors can show modifications to amp up the intensity if you want more! Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong.

Tuesday & Friday - 7:45-8:45am

SilverSneakers® Classic | Redmond Senior Center

SilverSneakers® Classic will increase muscle strength, range of movement and improve activities for daily living. You will have a chair for seated exercises and standing support. Our instructor can modify the exercises for your fitness level. Equipment used will be the SilverSneakers® Chair, small resistance balls, handled resistance tubing and free weights.

Monday & Wednesday - 10:35-11:35am

SilverSneakers® Yoga | Redmond Senior Center

In SilverSneakers® Yoga, you'll move through seated and standing yoga poses to increase flexibility, balance and range of motion. A chair is used for seated and standing options to meet a variety of fitness and skill levels. This class is 100% seated or standing, no floor work will be added and supportive footwear is required.

Thursday - 10:35-11:35am

Pumped Up Strength | Virtual Only

Pumped Up Strength is a new approach to resistance training. Utilizing combination movement patterns in a targeted, rhythmic progression, its superpower is the dynamic integration of upper and lower body movements set to fun music. The result? A sweat-drenched, functionally efficient workout that will challenge your body in new ways, improve lean muscle mass, and rev your  metabolism. The program content is modified for virtual so that you are standing or using a chair.  Perfect for balance,  coordination, muscle strength, and a bit of cardio. All no impact, with light to medium weights or no weights.  A ribbon type elastic band is optional.  You may need a straight back chair. This is for everyone and a great progression for aquatic exercisers who are ready for a challenge and to build more strength.  To register for a link to the class go to, click on programs and “Aqua Wellness Classes (Virtually).”  You will create an account and register to receive the invitation. Payment can be made online or at the Cascade Swim Center Office.  For more information contact

Tuesday & Thursday - 9:00-10:00am

Fitness Partners


RAPRD is a partner with Silver & Fit®, Silver Sneakers® and Renew Active® for fitness classes, lap swim and water walking to help older adults achieve better health through regular exercise and health education. These partners provide eligible members with no-cost or low-cost fitness memberships and older adult - oriented group exercise classes, through arrangements with certain health plans.


Please contact our Customer Service staff at  Cascade Swim Center to see if you are eligible for one of these programs.





RAPRD believes in the philosophy of inclusion, which means that regardless of ability or disability everyone deserves the opportunity to participate and recreate.  We have three types of adaptive programs.

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