MindBody App - First Time Users

Use the New Orleans JCC MindBody app to register for group exercise classes, Small Group Training, and Reformer Pilates classes. Group exercise classes are free to members. Specialty class packages, when available, can be purchased and booked within the app.

Are you looking to book time at the gym or pool instead? Click here for more information on how to use our Online Member Services portal.

Step 1:

Make sure you are registered in our app as a verified Gold member to ensure you are not charged for group exercise classes and to receive member pricing on specialty offerings. 

Register As A Member

Step 2:

Download the New Orleans JCC app and create a MindBody account.


Step 3:

Book a class on the app or online using a desktop browser.


Do I need to sign up for in-person Group Exercise classes that are free with Gold Membership? 
Yes.  Due to capacity limitations, Gold members must sign up in advance.  These classes are still free.  

Is there a minimum number of students in order for a class to take place?
At this time, all classes will take place as long as there is at least one person registered. 

Can I use my MindBody login information to log in to the New Orleans JCC app?
No, you must create a new account for the New Orleans JCC app. If you already use MindBody, you can register for classes at the JCC through theMindBody app by searching New Orleans JCC.

I'm a member. Why does it say that I have to pay for Group Exercise classes?
You MUST complete this Google form so we can verify your membership. Your request will be processed within 12 hours of your submission.

I'm still having issues with my phone. Can I register on a desktop?
You bet. Click here to log in or create a new account.

If you are still having trouble, please contact Andrew Sensi.

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