Richmond Main Street Initiative - Fitness Classes

Creating access to healthy foods and exercise activities is an important component to improving our business district and the community. We are pleased to offer the following fitness classes!


Don't Miss out on these fun, high-energy Main Street Fitness Classes!




Certified Zumba Instructor Willa Willis-Jacobs


6:15pm - 7:15pm - ZUMBA
7:30pm – 8:30pm - CIZE


BBK Health & Wellness Center, 310 9th Street, Richmond 
(9th Street @ Macdonald Avenue)


$5 - $8  per class
*Sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds*


Willa Willis-Jacobs


Zumba takes the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility—with invigorating Latin and World rhythms.
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CIZE workouts break down challenging moves step-by-step, and builds them into a full dance sequence in just 35-40 minutes. So, while you are mastering the dance moves, you'll also be burning fat and calories. 

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What to wear:

Comfy, loose fitting clothing; shoes optional

What to bring:

Water bottle, towel (both optional)

Open to: 

Adults of all ages & capabilities

New Participants: 

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to class to complete the one-time registration form. You may also bring a completed registration form with you. Download it here: English, Spanish

A Note About the Fee Schedule:

The current fee schedule is $5-$8 per class. However, we will not turn away anyone who is unable to pay. In lieu of payment, kindly consider helping us to spread the word: share this webpage with your friends and family or forward our email reminders (sign-up below). More participation helps us keep the classes going…and classes are more fun with more people, too!

For more information
Call (510) 236-4049 or Email




Effective January 23, 2017



Classes are made available by Richmond Main Street Initiative.
The project is supported by Kaiser Permanente Northern California Community Benefit Programs.