Fitness Classes


Increase stamina and flexibility

Selah Yoga

Selah Yoga uses a flow of studied postures to increase stamina and improve flexibility. Yoga is a great addition to any fitness routine and has great benefits in physically enhancing your lifestyle. Attendees will be met at their current fitness level and build from there. Please remember to bring your own mat and wear comfortable clothing to get the best experience.

Class Times:

July Schedule

  • Tu @ 11am, 5pm
  • W @ 5pm
  • Th @ 11am

Fall semester, beginning August 4, 2014

  • M @ 5:30pm
  • Tu/Th @ 11am
  • W/F @ 6am
  • *Monthly Free Saturday: TBD

*The monthly free Saturday classes are open to all levels, from beginner to advanced. It is an excellent class to bring friends and family to try yoga. Class begins at 8am.

Yoga Boot Camp

Yoga Boot Camp is an upbeat, 60 minute class designed to use basic yoga moves to build strength and muscle endurance. This class differs from Selah Yoga in its cardio intensity and strength training. As this is considered a more advanced class, attendees are strongly recommended a base of at least (but not limited to) two Selah Yoga sessions before attending Yoga Boot Camp.

Class Times:

Fall semester, beginning August 4, 2014

  • Tu @ 5pm


We offer two affordable options:

  • Upgrade your Fun & Fitness membership for just $15 per month to include unlimited classes! (Strollerblast is included only for upgraded family memberships.)
  • Stop by the front desk to buy a punch card with 10 Classes ($55 for non members, $35 for members)


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Alexandra Nitzschke

Alexandra Nitzschke

  • - Community Ministries West

Alexandra has a passion for teaching. She is a medaled international competitor in highland dancing, which is classified as an "athletic dance." Teaching fitness began in aquatics with training kids and young adults to make the transition from swim lessons to joining a swim team, and stroke development and endurance training for women preparing for triathlons. Her history also includes working in the natural health/nutrition field with Now Foods and leading as a circuit trainer at Curves. She is very happily married and is excited for going into full-time ministry once her husband finishes seminary. Alexandra has been teaching yoga since 2012 and desires to devote her life to helping others use yoga to grow in flexibility and strength, and to learning a deeper understanding of Psalm 46:10 – “Be still and know that I am God.” Alexandra is a certified AFAA group fitness instructor and is working on her Y200 certification.

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