City of Greeley News

Greeley Recreation Begins Offering Virtual Fitness Classes to the Community in 2021


Beginning Monday, Jan. 18, City of Greeley Recreation will offer free virtual group fitness classes. These 45-minute-or-less classes delivered via Zoom allow users to participate from their home. Greeley Recreation will offer these classes in addition to the current in-person group fitness schedule, but will not require a Greeley Recreation membership allowing anyone in the community to participate.

Participants can access a variety of cardio and strength training classes taught by Greeley Recreation certified instructors. Popular classes include yoga, Zumba, SilverSneakers Circuit, and more. Classes are open to all fitness levels and abilities, including seniors. For a schedule of virtual fitness classes, go online to

Greeley Recreation officials recognize the toll COVID-19 has taken on the community. Now more than ever, people want a way to stay connected in a safe environment. Greeley Recreation officials want to provide ways for the community to engage in behaviors that will benefit them both physically and emotionally. By offering a free service to the community, Greeley Recreation officials hope that they can provide health and fitness opportunities at people’s fingertips with little to no barriers. While capacity restrictions, limited in-person programming, and physical distancing measures remain in place, Greeley Recreation officials hope to bring high-quality options directly to its community in safe and effective ways.

To enroll in the free, virtual fitness classes, email for a weekly email that includes a Zoom link and information about the upcoming week’s classes.

City of Greeley Recreation facilities remain open, offering in-person group exercise classes to members throughout the week including lap swimming and water walking, and drop-in activities such as pickleball and volleyball. To keep all members and staff safe, Greeley Recreation limits capacity to comply with state and local mandates and requires a reservation to utilize a facility. Greeley Recreation officials also increased the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing and require face coverings while indoors.

For membership opportunities or to schedule a reservation, visit

Release Date:
Jan 11, 2021

For more information, media representatives should contact:

Katie Lundberg, recreation coordinator II

Contact Us

Communication and Engagement Office

1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631