Please refer to the Center-Link newsletter for dates and times for programs listed below.

Fitness Room

The fitness center is open to all members. Equipment includes three treadmills, three bikes, two elliptical machines and a weight machine. Proper shoes required.

Fitness Orientation

Join Dr. Troy Allam from Craig Ranch Chiropractic for an orientation on the ASRC fitness equipment. Plus, learn safety, exercise and health tips. This is recommended for members new to our fitness room. Refer to the monthly newsletter for dates and times.

Personal Training

The cost is $50 for 50 minutes for one person OR bring a friend and train for only $30 each (membership required). Kerry Stallo is available for your personal training needs at the ASRC. For more information, call 214.509.4820.


For the first time we are offering a punch card for Zumba classes! Twelve (12) punches to use whenever you want for any Zumba class held at the ASRC. Never pay for another missed class again! And your card never expires! Must purchase at the front desk and give to instructor before each class you attend. Lost cards will not be replaced. (Fee)

Silver Sneakers Classics®

Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a Silver Sneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is available if needed for seated or standing support. 

Silver Sneakers Members: Free
Non-Silver Sneakers Members: $16.25/5 classes

Urban Poling (aka Pole Walking)

Urban poling, or pole walking as it is sometimes known, is a form of exercise in which you walk with a specially designed pole in order to engage a greater number of muscles than simply walking or jogging. Compared to simple walking, you will experience a full-body workout! Your instructor will guide you through various parks and trails in Allen. (Fee)

Wii Play Bowling

Qualify for regional bowling tournaments with other senior center groups. (Free)

Chair Volleyball

More fun than you can possibly stand — while seated! Come enjoy this fun-filled game played with a beach ball. Chair Volleyball is great for upper body mobility and joint flexibility. It enhances muscle tone, reflexes, hand-to-eye coordination, and endurance. The game is played with a beach ball and a five-foot high net. Rules are similar to regular volleyball except ‘cheeks on the chair!' 

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a mind-body practice that originated in China. This class includes both Tai Chi and Qigong. The slow gentle movements are ideal for seniors. These low-impact exercises calm the mind and improve overall wellness, balance, muscle strength, coordination and flexibility." (Fee)


Restore balance, develop core strength and build lean muscle while minimizing injuries through a progressive instruction method and full-body workout with balance postures, chairs, mats, hand weights, resistance bands and stability balls. Bring a yoga mat. All levels will benefit. (Fee)


Develop strong core muscles, restore balance, and promote lean muscle building while minimizing injuries through a progressive instruction method. Chairs, mats, hand weights, resistance bands and stability balls will be used during class. Bring a yoga or exercise mat to class. All levels will benefit. (Fee)

Arthritis: Get Movin!

A low-to-moderate intensity fitness class, improving strength, endurance, flexibility and balance. This class will benefit those experiencing arthritis, chronic joint/muscle pain, limited or painful movement and will work on improving abilities to do daily tasks and generally feeling more energized. (Free)

Cardio Drum’n

According to recent scientific research, drumming increases the development of various regions of the brain. When people are involved in drumming, they are completely immersed in what we call 'their element' or 'flow'. Because drumming is its own playful reward, people know what they are doing is achievable and they feel relaxed, completely involved, focused and able to concentrate. With this state, participants report a greater sense of well-being. It releases negative emotions and allows for increased physical stamina. Through drumming, participants have an increased awareness of their own bodies, co-ordination and kinesthetic development.  (Fee)


This class is a mind-body exercise, which will promote good posture, increase flexibility, improve balance, build core strength and help in creating lean strong muscles, without adding bulk.


Vinyasa or Flow yoga is a form of moving meditation. This practice helps to decrease the ongoing chatter in the mind while promoting a calm, peaceful state. Flow yoga links breath with the movements or asana and helps increase wellness. In Vinyasa, the movement between positions is as important as the poses themselves. All levels are welcome and modifications are shown to meet different abilities. Bring a yoga mat. *Mondays are intermediate level classes, and Wednesdays and Fridays are beginner level classes. (Fee)