Millennium SportsClub Vacaville is a full-service athletic club that is committed to enhancing bodies, renewing minds, and nurturing spirits. We provide state of the art health, fitness, recreational, sport and social programs, as well as facilities and amenities to all of our members and guests.
Jump Highway is constantly in motion. The "trampoline sports arena" is filled with more than 10,000 square feet of custom-built, steel-frame trampolines that cover the floor and climb partway up the walls. Here, visitors of all ages bound across the room and into foam pits large enough for use by professional gymnastics teams or a giant's naptime. In addition to freestyle jumping sessions, the center also hosts group dodgeball and basketball tournaments. The gym's Airobics class treats the trampolines as a whimsical track and field during its cardio-focused, low-impact, and low-gravity workouts.
Each piece of equipment is carefully inspected each day and the staff regulates the number of jumpers to prevent overcrowding. They also monitor the different trampoline zones, which include a separate jumping area just for smaller children. When guests are ready for the world to stop shaking, an on-site lounge feature leather furnishings and wireless internet.
Retired ballet dancer and Practical Pilates instructor Adam Aicher helps students hone long, lean physiques with 50-minute yoga and Pilates classes. The studio teems with sessions six days a week, including mat Pilates classes where the studio's extensively trained instructors lead students through a series of carefully controlled exercises that focuses on strengthening cores, increasing range of motion, and forging a bond with shy, sticky mats. Similarly, yoga classes bolster muscles while encouraging flexibility with a mix of challenging and peaceful poses.
Wellness workshops and intensive bridal boot camps allow guests to delve deeper into the aspects of fitness that most interest them, be it learning basic nutrition, chiseling physiques in three weeks, or learning how to stash wedding cake without losing muscle tone. The studio’s wall-to-wall glass doors reveal views of Town Square plaza, inviting guests out to the wraparound terrace as they wait for their classes.
Helmed by athletes and coaches Annie Baker and Jennifer Pero, Dream Xtreme Gymnastics immerses budding child and adult gymnasts in varied gymnastics instruction that boosts self-esteem. Instructors guide students at ten levels: parent-assisted learning for the youngest students and beginner through advanced classes to teach gymnastics positions, maneuvers, and flexibility-building techniques to older students. They also coach a competitive gymnastics team, where each petite athlete is trained toward individual goals, such as competing in college or at the USA Gymnastics National level. Whether training or visiting for open-play sessions, tiny guests exercise on the facility's low balance beams, low bars, and mine for evidence of lost teddy bear civilizations in the foam pit. Staff members can also host fully catered birthday parties, during which they coordinate food service, full setup and cleanup, and construct obstacle courses and coordinate games.
After obtaining certifications to teach several movement modalities, including dance, aerobics, Pilates, and yoga, Carol decided to share her passion and wealth of expertise with others by opening her own studio, Yoga Core Fit. The studio's growing schedule features two styles of yoga: Vinyasa—which strengthens muscles through posture sequences linked with mindful breaths to bolster strength and mental clarity—and the slower-paced Yin style—in which poses are held for three minutes at a time to help students sink deeply into stretches. To outfit bodies with toned cores and lean-muscle suits, four Pilates classes enhance exercises with various tools, challenging patrons to stretch resistance bands, balance on fitness balls, whittle waists with toning rings, and complete routines while cradling snoozing baby hippos.
Inspired by her love of dogs—the studio's logo is a pup in the yoga boat pose, which is also known as the Pilates teaser pose—Carol collects donations for the Solano SPCA Haven for Animals at her studio.
Synergy, a Medical Fitness Center, is located in Queen of the Valley Wellness Center’s 59,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility.
Our Services Include: • NEW Cardiovascular Equipment with Advanced Exercise Technology • Lap & Warm Water Therapy Pools • Jacuzzi & Dry Sauna • More than 150 Weekly Classes/Programs