Small Group Training allows you for flexibility with time, save you some money and also lets you hang out with your friends and get a high energy, high intensity, 

Small Group Training is customized so that you get to work towards your specific goals.  

You can create your own group or we will match you with a group of like-minded individuals who have the same fitness goals

  • Monthly:  Unlimited $239
  • Monthly: 2X Week $219
  • 3 Month Unlimited: $649

Private Fitness Training Is 1-on-1 training with one, or a team of our expert fitness coaches.  This is the best option if you are new to fitness or have specific goals and obstacles or have an injury or post-rehab issues.

  • Single Sessions: $80
  • 10 Session Pack:  $700
  • 20 Session Pack: $1300

Monthly Packages also Available..Ask your trainer for details


Your training will be as unique as you are!  You can chose private sessions, small group session, take a class and even come and lift on your own.  Our coaches are here to guide you along your fitness journey. Both private and small group training memberships provide you with:

  • A custom exercise, eating, and living program, including conditioning, flexibility, balance, and strength training
  • 24/7 access to K2 Fitness and Performance.
  • 24/7 access to your coach and trainer.
  • Fitness Evaluation and Body Composition Tracking to make sure we stay on track
  • Meal planning advice, nutritional coaching and menu ideas
  • Access to our V.I.P program. Get weekly motivational tips, programs and invites to special events

​How is small group training different from a group fitness class?
An exercise class is formatted so that the entire group follows. Some examples are Zumba and cardio-kickboxing. The participant shows up and performs the motions that are being demonstrated or cued. Conversely, in small group training, the participants are often doing different things at their own customized level of fitness or ability, and the trainers coach them.

Here is an example to illustrate the difference. There has been a trend of large group fitness classes focused on high-intensity training. The participants get a hard workout in, but the instructors can’t really correct movement quality in a large group. However, in a small group training setting, the trainer still has the ability to correctly supervise movement and make corrections along the way. A professional fitness specialist should be able to convey useful information and feedback along with motivation to the participants.

What are some of the benefits of small group training?

  1. Affordable. Small group training allows a personal trainer to work with more people at once, thus dropping the price of the session for the participants to make personalized fitness instruction more affordable.
  2. Adherence and consistency of training. When people exercise in a group, they tend to establish relationships and make friends with other people in the group, helping them become regular participants in group activities. Of course, there are also the elements of fun and competitiveness in a group dynamic, which are present in this kind of training setting.
  3. Education. More personalized, individualized attention enables trainers to educate their clients about their bodies and how to stay fit and healthy.

Some clients prefer to do both – pursue one-on-one training in order to work on their individual concerns, as well as small group training with its competitive and intense workout elements.