Beacon Health & Fitness Granger

3221 Beacon Parkway
Granger, IN 46530

Monday - Friday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Saturday, Sunday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

(574) 647-8460

Give us a try and experience the Beacon difference for yourself

Stop by one of our Membership Offices or Information Desks to purchase your VIP Guest Pass today! The pass is good for a one time use of any of our three locations.

Beacon Best Medicine Program

Beacon Best Medicine is offering fitness programs specific to unique health conditions or needs. Whether you have heart disease, arthritis, Autism Spectrum Disorder or something else, our program can help you get stronger while respecting your needs.

This is for anyone who has rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and joint replacement or joint pain. The exercises will help relieve your pain and improve your body movement, along with enhancing your balance and overall strength through activities in a warm-water therapy pool.


AUTISM FITNESS, Piece of the Puzzle
Focus on improving the health and fitness of individuals with Autism. Autism Fitness will focus on helping to improve five separate disciplines – fundamental skills, game and sport related skills, making judgement, connecting with others, and empathy. Participants are assessed prior to the start of the session, as well as throughout the class to track progress. Exercise has been proved to improve health and fitness, motor skills, and some behaviors in individuals with Autism.


CANCER FITNESS, Restorative Fitness at Beacon Cancer Care
Exercise, during and after cancer treatment, is proven to enhance recovery. Less pain, more energy, strength and endurance are just some of the health benefits you can experience with Restorative Fitness.


This program provides assistance for those that are finished with physical therapy or those with morbidities and are eager to continue improving, along with prevention of re-injury.


Improves overall health, especially cardiovascular and strength for individuals with Down Syndrome. Designed as a circuit-style workout, includes focus on balance, motor functions, coordination along with cardiovascular & strength activities. *Granger Location Only


Congratulations on completing your initial cardiac rehab – you are now ready for the next step in improving your heart health. Next, you will continue cardiac fitness, with the addition of strength, endurance and yoga exercises. Your progress is monitored and shared with your physicians.


For those with a diagnosed neurological condition such as neuropathy, stroke, spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury, this program will help improve your quality of life through activities in the warm water therapy pool. It can also enhance your balance, flexibility, endurance, strength and thinking.


This program will help improve your quality of life through better breathing, movement, balance and posture. It also builds a sense of camaraderie and friendship among participants and caregivers.


Exercise training is critically important to prevent and help treat PAD. You will take part in cardiovascular exercise sessions for 45-60 minutes. Exercise Physiologists will customize programs specific to you to increase exercise tolerance, along with increased blood flow in the legs, improve walking efficiency, increase strength and improve quality of life.


Focus on setting realistic goals and developing new physical activity habits while pursuing a healthy weight. MOVE helps tackle co-morbidities which encompass high blood pressure, high cholesterol, elevated glucose levels and BMI that exceed 30. Participants go through a health assessment, take part in cardiovascular activity, strength & flexibility training and discuss nutritional needs. These group classes allow participants to get the support to succeed in this journey to a healthier person. Classes are led by Fitness Specialists, Wellness Coaches and Nutritional Information provided by Registered Dietitians. This collaboration will lead our members to success in their weight management journey.

Meet Our Best Medicine Trainers

Brenda has been a group fitness instructor since 2017, she enjoys teaching & working with a wide variety of people. As a former member
Christine is passionate about caring for others in both the mind and the body. Christine loves to fuel her participants with energy, positivity and
Jake is passionate about working with people who have chronic diseases, orthopedic limitations and those looking to change their body composition. He also enjoys working with strength athletes
Jessica DuBois graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Exercise Science and furthered her education to receive an M.B.A. in Healthcare Management.
Kayla has always had a passion for health and fitness. In the past, she has competed in a couple half marathons and triathlon’s. She
One of my biggest passions in life is to help others achieve their goals and help them develop healthy lifestyle habits that will last
Mallory loves to interact and create relationships with members. Her goal is to help others get excited about fitness and to see results with
Mary Sue brings her years of experience and passion for aquatic exercise as an instructor for Beacon’s Best Medicine warm water therapy pool classes.
Sarah is tremendously passionate about working with people who have limitations to exercise due to disabilities or chronic conditions. She has experience working with
Sharone has motivated members in water classes for over 14 years. Water can be very beneficial by helping with painful joints and muscles. Sharone
. He has been involved with athletics his whole life and even played college football, where he was introduced to athletic training by his