Thanks for checking out our class schedules.  Members – PLEASE remember that advance registration is required for ALL group fitness classes. You can sign up by logging onto EME.  Also, please note that schedules are subject to change at anytime. For the most up-to-date listings, including last minute cancellations and substitute instructors, visit your EME dashboard. You may also CLICK HERE to access PDF copies of a schedules you can save to your device.  Guests – we invite you to try a CLASS FOR FREE.  Contact us and we’d be happy to register you for the class of your choice.

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Pilates Mat Express – Tuesday, 8:00am

Cornerstone New Hope 322 W. Bridge Street, New Hope

Traditional Pilates Mat exercises that stretch and strengthen core musculature as well as the back, hips, thighs and gluteals as well as exercises adapted from the Reformer and other Pilates apparatus are combined using the addition of small equipment.  With Donna Luck

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Barre Express – Tuesday, 9:00am

Cornerstone New Hope 322 W. Bridge Street, New Hope

This exhilarating class will give you the long, lean muscles of a dancer by toning your seat, abs and arms, while strengthening your core.  Highly effective exercises are performed at the ballet barre and on the floor.  With Donna Luck

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Pilates Mat & Yoga Fusion – Tuesday 10:00am

Cornerstone New Hope 322 W. Bridge Street, New Hope

Get the best of both practices in this fusion class which includes the core focus, muscle stretching and strengthening of Pilates and the flexibility, breathing and relaxation techniques of Hatha Yoga.  With Bob Lonsdale *Note - in person class is simultaneously live streamed.

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Vinyasa Yoga – Tuesday, 5:45pm

Cornerstone New Hope 322 W. Bridge Street, New Hope

Vinyasa Yoga is a fluid, strong practice that incorporates more challenging poses as well as more complex sequencing. This class is suitable for those who are physically fit and have some yoga experience or basic understanding of yoga.  This class includes sun salutations and sometimes inversions and/or arm balances. With Stephen Lauch