Group Fitness

A full-body resistance workout uses a barbell with light weights, high repetitions, and motivating music to build strength and move your body. All levels are welcome.

A resistance training class that uses various dumbbells, bands, body weight, and more to strengthen the entire body. All levels are welcome.

A high-energy workout that combines high-intensity cardio intervals with strength training intervals using a variety of equipment including bikes, bands, balls, and more.

An indoor cycling class is a 45-minute interval ride that includes speed, endurance, hills, and more. This cardio workout includes high-energy music and is appropriate for all levels.

A 30-minute cycle class followed by a 15-minute strength conditioning class.

A 30-minute cycle class followed by a 15-minute core strengthening class.

A gentle slow-paced full body workout designed to improve your range of motion and mobility through functional training, flexibility, and core strengthening.

A practice that connects the mind and body through breath, meditation, and physical postures using traditional yoga poses. Each practice begins and ends with meditation. No Yoga experience is needed.

Our Group Fitness Instructors

Group Fitness Instructor of Club 600

Sandy Morvillo


Sometimes people take the long way around to find their calling. In Sandy's case she was a senior at Bentley College graduating with a Management and technical writing degree when, during a second semester internship at a local Wellness Center, she found hers.

Sandy started teaching classes at 6am daily and never looked back. She went immediately to Massage Therapy school and got certified through AFFA for Group Fitness and Personal Training.

Sandy loves teaching all types of classes from kickboxing, bootcamp, spin and muscle conditioning to stretching. She has lived in Bedford for 15 years along with her husband, two boys and her 3 year old Bernadoodle and hiking buddy, Molly.

Group Fitness Instructor of Club 600

Susan Digangi


Susan is a passionate fitness enthusiast and has been a fitness instructor for over 16 years - teaching a variety of classes including spin, step, TBC, core and cardio. She is a certified AFAA Group Fitness instructor, Maddog Spin Instructor and is in the process of being certified as a Maddog Rockstar Spin instructor and TRX instructor. Her motto is "find something that you love and stick with it".

Susan started teaching in college and taught classes throughout her 18 year career in sales and consulting. She teaches Spin classes along with Spin/Core/Sculpt. Susan also lives in Bedford with her husband, 2 teenagers and her new puppy, Charlie. In her downtime, Susan loves spending time with family and friends, taking long hikes, photography, reading and her regular indulgence – a Starbucks decaf iced Cafe Americano!
Group Fitness Instructor of Club 600

Reesee Burrus


As a NASM CPT and Corrective Exercise Specialist, Reesee enjoys working with people to help achieve their fitness goals. Whether singing while instructing a Group Fitness class or doing functional integrated training with her clients, she loves to keep people moving while making it fun!

As “the” veteran of the club, she believes loyalty is key for success. One of her favorite mottoes is, “Consistency is Key” with exercise for long term benefits. Outside the gym, Reesee is an avid traveler, and looks forward to her annual trip to the Caribbean all year long.
Coach Amy Zaferacopoulos

Amy Zaferacopoulos

BS Exercise Science,
Precision Nutrition Level 1,
RYS 200-hour Yoga Alliance Yoga Teacher

As a fitness professional and personal trainer, Amy loves to share her passion, knowledge, and experience of health and fitness with everyone around her. She strives to provide clients with the knowledge and skills to lead a healthy lifestyle through safe and effective exercise, smart sustainable nutrition, and sensible lifestyle choices that include all areas of health and wellness.

Amy believes in dedicating time to developing healthy habits to live a better quality of life. A healthy and active lifestyle is achievable for anyone at any point in their life. Amy is also a certified Yoga Teacher and integrates the practice of Yoga into her training style. She believes the body is built to move and by creating a balance of ease and effort, will continue to move through your lifetime.
Group Fitness Instructor of Club 600

Heather Cote


Heather has a strong passion for health and fitness and has been teaching fitness classes since 2009. She is a certified Spinning instructor and has taught group fitness classes ranging from cycling to bootcamps. She believes in the power of exercise for a healthy lifestyle, both mentally and physically and looks to motivate and empower her clients through her classes.

Outside of the gym, her degrees are in music education, and she teaches high school music, so for her, music is a big part of creating a fun environment to work out in.

An avid runner, Heather has completed many triathlons and road races, most recently the 2019 Marine Corps Marathon.

Coach Matt Saporito

Matt Saporito


Matt is a dedicated and highly motivated Certified Personal Trainer with a passion for helping individuals achieve their health and fitness goals. Matt has been interested in and practicing resistance training since he was 15 years old, having trained friends, family, and a handful of clients through his fitness journey.

Matt became more interested in fitness after COVID-19, as he found that training kept him motivated and mindful, not only for the physical health benefits but for mental health as well. Matt is eager to share that process with others whether it is getting back in the groove of a training program or starting from scratch.
Group Fitness Instructor of Club 600

Jayne Schmitz


Jayne has been a fitness enthusiast and lover of movement her whole life. Her undergraduate studies concentrated in dance performance at Boston Conservatory of Music. Jayne later achieved a Masters of Public Health from Boston University, and has been in the health promotion and wellness industry for the past 20+ years. She enjoys teaching others about the joy and benefits of being healthy and staying fit.

Although Jayne didn’t pursue a dance career, she found Pilates to be that link back to her love of the dance; first as a student and practitioner, and eventually as a teacher.

Jayne has been practicing Pilates for the past fifteen years and more recently was inspired to become a certified Balanced Body Pilates Mat instructor. While vacationing in Jamaica, she took a mat class on the beach that convinced her to pursue her dream; to inspire others to keep their bodies and minds fit through every decade. Jayne’s class challenges students’ deep core, balance, and flexibility and is suitable for any fitness level.

Yoko Chun


Yoko Kajiwara Chun is an acupuncturist and certified yoga instructor who loves the creativity and expression of vinyasa flow yoga. She completed her yoga teacher training with internationally re-known yoga instructor Natasha Rizopoulous in 2010. As an acupuncturist, she has been servicing the greater Bedford community since 1999. She specializes in Japanese acupuncture techniques and Trigger-Point release as an effective healing technique.

Most of her childhood, she lived overseas in Singapore, Brazil, and Japan. She then attended the University of Oregon and earned a BS in kinesthesiology, also known as Exercise & Movement Science. After graduating, Yoko pursued a career in Acupuncture, enrolling in a Masters degree program at the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Seattle.

When Yoko is not on the mat, she enjoys walking, playing tennis, and stand up paddle board surfing. She has also studied Tae kwon do and Tai Chi.

Jeff Chun


Jeff started his yoga journey in Seattle in 1998 and completed training in 2011 with internationally re-known yoga instructor Natasha Rizopoulos. As a yoga practitioner and teacher, he approaches his practice as a journey of self-reflection, healing, and spiritual elevation. Jeff likes to focus his students on alignment principles and personal empowerment.

While in Seattle, Jeff studied Hung-Gar Kung-fu for 8 years and Eng Wu Tai Chi for 1 year at the Seattle Kung-fu Club under Master John Leong. He also studied Qi Gung under Sifu Fook Yueng for 1 year.

When he is not on the mat, Jeff enjoys playing tennis and racing 6 person Hawaiian outrigger canoes with his team in Salem where he is a founding member and captain of Boston Outrigger Racing Association.

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