Classes & Programs

Whether you want to study a martial art, burn some calories in a dance class, start a new creative hobby or just meet like-minded people, the Club has dozens of classes to meet every interest, fitness level and personal goal.

Fast Pass to Fitness
Tied directly to your membership account, the revamped group fitness pass means there’s no need to carry physical tickets or figure out which color fits what lesson. Just purchase a passbook (¥12,000 for 10 uses) at the second-floor Recreation Desk, sign up for your favorite one- or two-pass group fitness class and show up to the Club ready to give it your all on your path to looking and feeling great.

By registering, Members accept the inherent risks in activities where social distancing requirements cannot be followed, and they agree not to hold the Club liable in the case of injury, illness or contraction of COVID-19 during these activities.

Group Fitness Schedule
Mar 29–Apr 4
Apr 5–11
Apr 12–18
Apr 19–25
Apr 26–May 2

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Active Kids Fit (Spring)

Get moving. Stay healthy. Have fun.

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Adult Aikido (Spring)

Our adult classes are open to those 15 years and older and to anyone interested in working with others in an enjoyable atmosphere.

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Adult Cardio Tennis (Spring)

Combine the best of a technical tennis lesson with a calorie-busting workout.

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Adult Karate (Spring)

Students learn the gojuryu style of close-range, self-defense karate.

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Adult Pickleball (Spring)

Pickleball is a fun, fast-paced game similar to tennis and badminton but easier to learn.

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Adult Self-Defense: Imi Krav Maga (Spring)

Students learn simple, effective self-defense techniques, including movement and striking, posture and breathing.

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Adult Stroke Development Advanced-Session 4 (April)

It’s never too late to overcome your fear of water or brush up on swimming basics.

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Adult Stroke Development Advanced-Session 5 (May)

It’s never too late to overcome your fear of water or brush up on swimming basics.

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Adult Stroke Development Beginner-Session 4 (April)

It’s never too late to overcome your fear of water or brush up on swimming basics.

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Adult Stroke Development Beginner-Session 5 (May)

It’s never too late to overcome your fear of water or brush up on swimming basics.

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Adult Taiko Drumming (Spring)

Learn the basics of taiko drumming.

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Adult Tennis (Spring)

Experienced and first-time players learn the best ways to sharpen their skills on the court.

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Aikido for Kids (Spring)

Young students learn the essentials behind this traditional Japanese martial art.

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Aqua Fitness-Session 4 (April)

Start your day with a wet workout guaranteed to get those calories burning.

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Aqua Fitness-Session 5 (May)

Start your day with a wet workout guaranteed to get those calories burning.

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Art Club (Spring)

Guaranteed to captivate all budding artists.

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Ballet & Pre-Ballet (Spring)

Move your feet to the basics of ballet.

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Better Movement and Posture for Youth

Find improved flexibility, range of movement and body alignment through easy-to-follow exercises.

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BODYART Training

Designed by Robert Steinbacher, BodyArt teaches you to balance your strength, flexibility and mental concentration without equipment.

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Bodypump

Burn calories, tone muscles and get lean all around with this total-body workout from the world-famous Les Mills stable of fitness classes.

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Coding Club

There’s no limit to the fun at this look into the world of programming, coding, animation and more.

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Cycling Power in Motion

CPM is a group indoor cycling workout where you control the intensity. It’s fun, low impact and you can burn up to 600 calories a session*.

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English Kids’ Club (Spring)

Get a jumpstart on a life of language learning.

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Essential Ballet for Kids (Spring)

Essential Ballet focuses on the foundations of classical ballet, including basic steps, posture and the terminology of this elegant and graceful art.

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Fencing: Saber (Spring)

Students of the Beginner and Intermediate program will be introduced to the foundations of fencing at an easy pace.

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Gentle Flow Yoga

Discover improved physical and mental wellness through sessions of easy-to-follow yoga with an experienced and supportive instructor.

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HIIT Spin + Core

Learn the fat-burning basics behind period of high-intensity spinning exercises.

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I Can Tumbling (Spring)

Students in this mixed-ability class learn basic tumbling skills.

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Intermediate Pilates

Use higher-level Pilates routines to transform the way your body looks, feels and moves.

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Judo (Spring)

Students learn the history, rules and code of conduct of judo; such techniques as throwing, holding, choking and joint locking.

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Junior Golf (Spring)

Youngsters enjoy hands-on instruction on the basics of golf, from driving to putting.

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Karate For Kids (Spring)

Students learn the fundamentals of gojuryu karate, a martial art focused on circular blocks, joint locks and kicks.

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Kids' Capoeira (Spring)

Capoeira uniquely blends self-defense moves with dance, acrobatics, music and song.

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Kids' Coding (Spring)

Kids use games to learn programming fundamentals, directional skills, math and more.

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Kids’ Hip-Hop (Spring)

Students learn the fundamentals of hip-hop dance, including choreography and teamwork.

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Kids’ Self-Defense: Imi Krav Maga (Spring)

This course teaches children basic coordination, balance and self-defense moves alongside proper rolling, falling and running techniques.

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Learn to Swim Level 1: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages four to five who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Learn to Swim Level 2: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Learn to Swim Level 3: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 27)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Little Samurai: Iaido (Spring)

Studied by samurai warriors, iaido is a martial art that focuses on the art of swiftly and silently drawing a sword and attacking an opponent.

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Masters Advanced Class-Session 4 (April)

This challenging program is designed for advanced swimmers who can complete 100m in less than 2 minutes.

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Masters Advanced Class-Session 5 (May)

This challenging program is designed for advanced swimmers who can complete 100m in less than 2 minutes.

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Masters Class-Session 4 (April)

For serious swimmers looking for structured training, this is guided group training gives participants a competitive edge or allows them to simply obtain a higher level of fitness.

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Masters Class-Session 5 (May)

For serious swimmers looking for structured training, this is guided group training gives participants a competitive edge or allows them to simply obtain a higher level of fitness.

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Minecraft Club

Build your own limitless world with nothing but your imagination.

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Olimpyoga

Learn yoga techniques designed to increase energy maintain physical and mental balance.

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Olimpyoga Happy Hour

An end of the day ashram experience.

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Piano: Emy Todoroki-Schwartz (Spring)

Students establish a strong rhythmic foundation and solid reading skills while developing their musicality and ability to express themselves through music.

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Piano: Mana Totsuka (Spring)

Students establish a strong rhythmic foundation and solid reading skills while developing their musicality and ability to express themselves through music.

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Piano: Rieko Okita (Spring)

Students establish a strong rhythmic foundation and solid reading skills while developing their musicality and ability to express themselves through music.

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Piano: Stephanie Alice (Spring)

Students establish a strong rhythmic foundation and solid reading skills while developing their musicality and ability to express themselves through music.

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Private Guitar (Spring)

This class will improve the skill of each student in guitar playing and will enhance their ability to connect emotion with sounds.

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Private Swim Lesson: Session 2 (Mar 22–May 30)

Swimmers of all levels can take advantage of dedicated pool time with an expert coach to learn the basics.

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Private Violin Lessons (Spring)

Students build and develop correct posture, bowing and fingering techniques. 

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Quickstart Tennis (Spring)

This program is an entry-level introduction to tennis for young players from age 3.

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Shaolin Qigong

Balance body and mind through the ancient practice of Shaolin Qigong.

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STEAM (Spring)

Fun and engaging project based activities centered around science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

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Stretching

Stretching every day stimulates blood circulation, helps avoid injuries and improves flexibility.

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Stunt Choreography (Spring)

Studying stunt choreography provides all the benefits of martial arts, dance and acting.

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Swim Fit for Adults-Session 4 (April)

Get the most out of your time in the pool with this invigorating program, focused on endurance, conditioning and stroke correction in small groups.

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Swim Fit for Adults-Session 5 (May)

Get the most out of your time in the pool with this invigorating program, focused on endurance, conditioning and stroke correction in small groups.

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Swim Stroke Master Class

Next-level techniques from a former Olympian.

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Swim Team Competitive Development Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 4)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Intermediate Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Junior Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

The Competitive Swimming Program is designed to improve technique and fitness through more intense training regimes.

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Swim Team Level 4 Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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Swim Team Level 5 Squad: Session 2 (Mar 22–Jun 3)

These programs are designed for beginners ages five to seven who want to learn swimming skills in a structured environment and develop basic water confidence.

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TAC Eagles Basketball (Spring)

The program focuses on player development, building life skills and an appreciation for basketball.

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Taekwondo For Kids (Spring)

Students will learn all the skills necessary for rank advancement and excellence in Taekwondo.

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Tech Builders (Spring)

Turn your dreams into reality with robotics, engineering and more.

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Total Body Sculpt

Increase endurance, develop a strong core and define muscle all across your body.

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TRX Circuit Training

Develop better body awareness with the TRX suspension trainer.

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Young Adults Stroke Program: Session 4 (April)

A non-competitive, relaxed course for teens to achieve reachable goals and develop at their own pace.

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Young Adults Stroke Program: Session 5 (May)

A non-competitive, relaxed course for teens to achieve reachable goals and develop at their own pace.

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Youth Basketball (Spring)

Students learn basketball fundamentals while enjoying the opportunity to compete in game situations.

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Youth Cheer Dance (Spring)

Budding cheerleaders learn the latest dance routines during this weekly class taught by coach Iku Ejiri-Hori, a cheerleading expert, with 10 years’ experience producing halftime shows for NFL games in Japan.

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Youth Volleyball (Spring)

Volleyball is a rewarding, non-contact sport for players who know the basic skills of serving, passing and hitting.

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Zumba

Enjoy a party atmosphere and workout to salsa, merengue, cumbia and world dance music.

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