Course Offerings

Employee Wellness Classes

Healthy You is excited to offer free in-person group fitness classes to Wellesley College employees. Group exercise classes are a great way to stay connected, relieve stress, tone muscles, and provide a renewed sense of well-being. Classes are geared to accommodate all levels of fitness.

Please Note: These offerings are for Wellesley College employees only. Students are encouraged to particpate in PERA's in-person group fitness classes.

Questions? Please contact Martha Dietrick (


Participants must pre-register using the link below, ideally a day or two prior to class. Participants must have a email address. 

  1. Click "REGISTER" below for the appropriate week.
  2. Complete the Google form and select the class(es) you wish to take. Scroll down to click "Submit."
  3. Please note the spin class has a capacity of 12 participants.

Upcoming Classes:

Class Schedule, Fall 2022










KSC Studio 202

Susie Masters

Zumba Wednesday 12:45-1:45pm KSC Studio 202 Griselle Rodriguez Ramos
Spin Thursday 12:45-1:45pm KSC Spin Room 150 Neal Shrier
Yoga Friday 12:45-1:45pm KSC Dance Studio 202 Susie Masters


(Schedule last updated 9/8/2022)

Class Descriptions / Instructors


Instructor: Neal Shrier

A fusion of outdoor riding techniques transferred to the Indoor Cycle for a unique, user-friendly ride that will give you a great cardio workout. Feel your energy surge with this fun, high-powered cycling class including drills, hills and sprints.


Instructor: Susie Masters (

An energizing and rejuvenating class welcomes all levels of “yogis.” Focus on pranayama breathing with movement while creating strength and flexibility through a vinyasa flow. You will leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.


Instructor: Griselle Rodriguez Ramos (

A Zumba workout mixes body sculpting movements with dance steps derived from cumbia, merengue, salsa, reggaeton, hip hop, mambo, rumba, flamenco, calypso, and Salsaton. The routines feature aerobic interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms. It targets areas such as the glutes, legs, arms, abdominals, and the heart. A Zumba class is typically not formulaic in that instructors often add on their own music choices and choreographies to make their class presentation locally unique.