Fitness/Virtual Pass

Our new Fitness/Virtual Pass will allow you to participate in our Fitness Pass Classes listed on this page either in person or virtually via Zoom. These 3-month passes are good for all summer term classes listed below. Spring term runs from June 20 – August 27 (10 weeks). You will need to purchase a new pass each term.


Fitness Pass Classes

Dance Fitness
A simple yet physically challenging fun blend of fitness and dance. Easy to follow and fun to learn. Adaptable to your own fitness level. Come and dance like no one is watching. Instructor: Sally Pravel. 
6/20-7/20    MW    5:30-6:30p    MP

Is it dance? Is it fitness? Is it amazing? ZUMBA® uses Latin inspired routines that are easy to follow and downright addictive to create a fitness program that will make you want to work out.
6/20-8/27    MW    7-8a    Pamela     MP
6/20-8/27    MW    6:30-7:30p    Maribel     MP

Zumba Gold ®
ZUMBA GOLD® is for all fitness levels. It takes the Zumba formula and modifies the moves to suit all participants. There is no jumping involved. Just a fun time dancing to the Latin beat. Stay in shape and have some fun! Instructor:  Elaine West.
6/20-8/26    MWF    8:30-9:30a    MP

Body Shop
Join a personal trainer for 45 minutes of unique and challenging exercise routines. Build strength and endurance, improve flexibility and mobility. All exercises can be adapted to your current level of fitness. Instructor: Jeff Hardisty, ACSM-CPT.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    6:30-7:15a    MP
6/21-8/25    TuTh    5-5:45p    MP

Fit & Flex
This class is designed to focus on and increase flexibility, joint stability, balance, strength, and cardiovascular endurance. Beginners welcome.  Instructor: Michie Kawada, ACE.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    7:30-8:30a    Annex
                      TuTh    10:30-11:30a    Annex

Step It Up
This step-based class (can be done with or without the step) will improve your cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance and balance incorporating weights, bands and balls with moves that are fun and easy to follow. Work at your own pace. Wear good shoes. Virtual option unavailable. Instructor: Alaina McCullugh.
6/20-8/26    MWF    9:45-10:45a    Ball Court

Step’n Out with Kathy
Designed to promote the benefits of walking and a healthy lifestyle. Walks last one hour and begin and end at the River Road Park Annex, 1055 River Road.  Wear sturdy, comfortable walking shoes.  We walk rain or shine.  Leader: Kathy Beck.
Ongoing    TuTh    9:30-10:30a       Annex


Personal Fitness Training
Looking for one-on-one personal training? River Road Park and Recreation District offers highly effective personal training utilizing our fully equipped fitness center and MP exercise room. Our ACSM, NASM, or ACE certified personal trainers are committed to helping people feel and move better. Each workout, including warm-up and cool down takes approximately 50-60 minutes to complete and focuses on controlled strength, balance, and movements that increase flexibility, mobility, and agility. Reach your individual health and fitness goals with personal training. To set up your initial session, contact the district office, 541-688-4052.


Personal Exercise & Fitness Center Orientation
Invest an hour with a certified personal trainer and realize the difference a stronger, healthier body can make. Whether you desire to lose fat, gain strength and/or increase your cardio-respiratory endurance, our experienced trainer will design a personalized, basic exercise regime for you and show you how to effectively use the Fitness Center equipment. Please contact the district office, 541-688-4052, to schedule your appointment today!


Bones & Balance - Virtual availability
This class workout can be done from a seated or standing position. Focus is on increasing strength and flexibility, improving bone-density, balance, and finding confidence in performing activities of daily living. This class improves quality of life and independent living for many mature adults.  
Instructor: Michie Kawada, ACE.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    8:30-9:30 or 9:30-10:30a    Annex



Tai Chi for Body & Mind with Machiko
Basics of Tai Chi movement and its philosophy through practicing the 42 combined form (the competition form), warm up and cool down exercises including medical qigong.  The traditional Japanese and Chinese method will be taught for your body and mind. All levels welcome. Instructor: Machiko Shirai.
6/24-8/26    F    10-11:15a    Rm C


Chen Style Tai Chi with Machiko
Practice Chen Style: Old Fram Route #1 of which instructor is a designated disciple of the Grand Chen Master Wang Xian. Silk reeling qigong and Tai Chi pushing hands for partners. Warm up and cool down exercises including medical qigong. All levels welcome. Instructor: Machiko Shirai.
6/24-8/26    F    11:30a-12:45p    Rm C


East Meets West: Tai Chi for Balance - Virtual availability
Combines movement, balance, strength, and awareness! Class blends alignment and breath work with variations on core and upper body exercises. This exercise program combines movement activities from evidence-based exercises or therapies aimed at promoting mental and physical health. 
Instructor: Denise Thomas. 
6/20-7/22    MWF    2-3p    MP     (5 weeks)

7/25-8/26    MWF    2-3p    MP     (5 weeks)


Qigong For All
What is Qigong?  Its history is theory with basic exercise plus learning Eight Pieces of Treasure.  The Baduanjin qigong is one of the most common forms of Chinese qigong used as exercise. It is practiced for improving health, and to calm and heal the mind, body, and spirit. Students are required to take the class on both Tuesday/Thursday. Instructor: Lin Lin Choy.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    1:30-2:30p    MP


Tae Kwon Do
Does not qualify as Silver & Fit/Renew Active class.
AGES 10+. Tae Kwon Do is a traditional Korean martial art performed with empty hands, bare feet and a strong spirit. Students in the beginning class will learn kicking and hand techniques for self-defense, while developing their physical fitness and self-confidence. The intermediate class offers advanced training in sparring skills, forms, and self-defense techniques for students wishing to advance in the belt ranking system. This is an excellent sport the whole family can enjoy. Instructor: John B. Camp. Held at RRPRD Annex, 1055 River Road.
Ongoing    WF    5:30-6:30p     Youth/Adult: Beginning       
Ongoing    WF    6:30-7:30p     Youth/Adult: Intermediate   


Beginning Yoga – Virtual availability
Class is slower paced and focused on finding the correct alignment for foundational and challenging poses. Come to learn and relax. You don’t need to be able to touch your toes; you just must be willing to try. Please bring your own yoga mat. Instructor: Bex Oransky.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    10:45-11:45a    MP


Advanced Beginner – Virtual availability
A Hatha yoga class for those with some yoga experience. Focus on safely building your skills and body awareness through sequences designed to help support healthy aging, challenge your body, and mind, and have fun doing it! Modifications offered for all bodies. Please bring your own yoga mat. Instructor: Bex Oransky.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    9:15-10:30a    MP


Chair Yoga - Virtual availability
Chair Yoga is a great option for those who find it hard to get up and down from the floor. Yoga helps reduce pain, stretches, relaxes the body, and calms the mind. The poses can be adapted.  Instructor: Jennifer Halse.
6/20-8/24    MW    11a-12p    MP


Core Yoga - Virtual availability
A functional yoga class designed to support healthy, strong, and safe aging—at any age. You’ll use yoga poses (asana) to focus both body and mind on core strength and conscious breathing (pranayama). Individual classes will vary, all including warm-ups, exercises to stretch and strengthen the entire body, and a relaxation period (savasana). This is not a gentle yoga class; fit beginners are welcome. Participants must be able to get up and down from the floor easily, and props and modifications support all abilities. Instructor: Bex Oransky.
6/20-8/26    MWF     10-11:15a    Annex


Core Yoga for Seniors - Virtual availability
A slower paced, but no less challenging version of Core Yoga, with modifications and more frequent rest periods. 
Instructor: Bex Oransky.
6/20-8/26    MWF     8:30-9:45a    Annex


Gentle Yoga for Seniors – Virtual Only
A gentle form of Hatha Yoga that combines easy stretches with conscious breathing and focus within. Leave every class with a smile. Class is structured for all levels of ability. 
Instructor: Joan Dobbie.
6/20-8/26    MWF    8-9:15a
6/20-8/26    MWF    9:30-10:45a


Hatha Yoga for Women – Virtual Only
Come to renew, strengthen, relieve stress, and connect to ourselves and the world around us. Practicing Asanas (yoga postures) builds inner and outer strength, increases flexibility, strengthens the immune system, improves balance, increases energy, and calms the mind. Leave rejuvenated and relaxed. Instructor: Megas MacDonald.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    9-10:15a    

Yoga for Core Strength - Virtual availability
Does not qualify as Silver & Fit/Renew Active Class.
Begin with a short yoga flow sequence, which warms and tones the whole body. A series of standing and floor poses are designed to increase hip flexibility and strengthen the lower back and abdominal muscles. Pelvic floor strengtheners and strengthening the arms, shoulders and chest are emphasized. Please bring your own yoga mat. Instructor: Bex Oransky.
6/21-8/25    TuTh    6-7:15p        Annex


Pilates for Mature Adults - Virtual availability
The benefits of the mind/body practice of Pilates include better joint mobility, flexibility, balance, body awareness and improved posture. Includes warmup exercises focusing on strength, body alignment, balance, and cool down stretching. Bring a yoga mat, towel, and water. Instructor: Jennifer Halse.
6/20-8/24    MW    9:30-10:30a    Rm C




Please join us for these all ages/all levels tennis classes at North Eugene High School. The classes will include fundamentals and strategies instruction, drills, ball machine practice, fun, and games! Weather permitting, the classes will meet Tuesday/Friday/Saturday mornings from 9:00-10:30 and Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm. The Wednesday evening class has started and the morning classes start the week of June 21st. Cost will be $30 for four consecutive classes or $8 per class. Full summer prices are also available. Limit of 24 students per class. Singles tournaments will also be held on Saturdays from 8:00-1:00 on 6/25, 7/9, 7/23, and 8/6. To register for classes and/or competitions, please text/call Bob Reed at 541-543-4245 or email

This racket sport is like badminton, tennis, and racquetball.  It is a simple paddle game played using a special perforated slow-moving ball over a tennis-type net on a badminton sized court.  Check the lobby white board for any schedule changes.  Everyone will need to scan in each time you come to play. You can use the pool and fitness center with this pass.  Silver & Fit/Active & Fit/Renew Active members’ welcome.
6/25-8/27    Sa    9:30a-12p


Step’n Out with Kathy
Designed to promote the benefits of walking and a healthy lifestyle.  Walks last one hour and begin and end at the River Road Park Annex, 1055 River Road.  Wear sturdy, comfortable walking shoes.  We walk rain or shine.  Leader: Kathy Beck.
Ongoing    TuTh    9:30-10:30a       Annex


To register or sign up for any programs, please click the link above. 

You will be considered
Out of District until proof of residency is shown at the main office.


Main Office

1400 Lake Dr.

Eugene, OR 97404

M-F 8a-5p




1400 Lake Dr.

Eugene, OR 97404

M-F 6a-9p
Sa  6a-1:30p

Fitness Center

1400 Lake Dr.

M-F 6a-9p

Sa  6a-1:30p



30043 Leghorn Rd.

(Prairie Road & Leghorn)

Eugene, OR 97402


M-F 9a-12p and 1p-6p

Sat. 8:30a-12:30p


River Road Annex

1055 River Road

Holiday Hours

See each section and/or ask your instructor.


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