Fitness Programs

Fitness & Wellness

TU Rec’s Fitness & Wellness offerings can help you improve your health and wellness through flexibility, stress relief, strength, and cardio training.  The following list will help you find a program that matches your personal goals.

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Group Exercise Classes

Tulane Campus Recreation offers over 40 free Group Exercise classes each week that are included with your membership! Powered by high-energy music, challenging exercises, and motivating instructors, group classes are designed to make your fitness goals easily attainable while giving you a fun and energizing workout.

  • 40+ free classes are offered weekly
  • Classes range from 30 to 75 minutes each
  • Pick up a flier at the front desk

Indoor Cycling Classes*

  • FREE Trial Week: August 29 – September 5
  • Single Class Pass: $5
  • Semester Pass: $40 Student / $45 Member
  • 25+ classes offered weekly 45- to 75- minutes
  • View full Cycling schedule here with the button above or pick one up in the Reily Center Atrium.

*To take a Cycling class, purchase a pass (valid for one class per day) in Member Services. Then, reserve your  bike on WebTrac.  Arrive 10-minutes early for class set-up. 

Yoga & Pilates Classes*

  • FREE Trial Week: August 29 – September 5
  • Single Class Pass: $5
  • Semester Pass: $40 Student / $45 Member
  • 25+ classes offered weekly 45- to 75- minutes
  • View full Spinning Schedule here  with the button above or pick one up in the Reily Center Atrium.

*To take a yoga & Pilates class, purchase a pass (valid for one class per day) in Member Services.  Arrive 10-minutes early for class set-up. Mats & props provided.

Silver Sneakers® Fitness Program & Active Older Adult 50+

The Silver Sneakers Fitness Program is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health.  It is offered in partnership with select health plans at no additional cost to Medicare-eligible members.  The Active Older Adults 50+ program is designed to address the needs of more active older adults who understand their bodies are changing yet are able to workout at a level of intensity that is more conducive to their needs. The Active Older Adults 50+ classes emphasize low impact, moderate intensity, slow and controlled movement, core stabilization & proper alignment in order to provide a safe and effective workout. For more information contact Debra Mouton, Silver Sneakers® Program Advisor, at (504) 247-1275 or dmouton@tulane.edu.

Click here for the current Silver Sneakers Program Information.


Free Health Assessments

Tulane Campus Recreation hosts FREE health assessments nearly every Tuesday, 5-7pm in the Reily Atrium. Health Assessments consist of height, weight, BMI, body fat percentage, basal metabolic rate and trunk lift measurements… all for FREE! Information about Campus Rec personal training and nutrition consultations are also available at each of the health assessment events. This service is offered for FREE by Tulane Medical School students.

Spring 2017 Health Assessment Dates:

  • January 17, 24, 31
  • February 7, 21
  • March 7, 14
  • April 4, 11, 18, 25
  • May 9

 

Personal Training & Pilates Reformer Programs 

Let us help you reach your fitness goals! Whether you aim to improve your strength and kick start weight loss through Personal Training or you would like to improve flexibility, strength, and endurance with Pilates Reformer, Tulane Campus Recreation offers a variety of options to fit your needs. Register and find our more at the Member Services desk or by visiting our Personal Training & Pilates Reformer page.

 

Certifications & Special Events 

Looking for a way to improve your teaching skills, earn continuing education credits, or add an exciting new format to your teaching toolbox? Join us for any of the certifications and workshops that will all be held at the Reily Center this Fall 2016! Tulane Campus Recreation also hosts several special events from Zumbathon to Paddleboard Yoga at The Reily Center, see our Certification & Special Events page for more information.

 

Martial Arts Classes 

Kendo

Kendo, literally “the way of the sword,” is the martial art of Japanese fencing.  Kendo is practiced with a flexible bamboo sword called a shinai.  The shinai and protective equipment allow the Kendoist to practice realistic sword techniques with full contact but without fear of injury.  All levels are welcome in this class.

 

For more information about any of these Fitness Programs, please contact Hannah Stiller, Assistant Director of Fitness and Wellness, at hstille@tulane.edu or 504-314-2864.