Extreme Fitness sets Toronto's calories ablaze at the 13 renovated, multimillion-dollar locations peppered throughout the greater suburban area. Each facility hosts a menagerie of group fitness classes, which can be taken à la carte or bundled into a gym membership. Muscles loosen up in hot-yoga classes or bulge into sinewy symbols of might in outdoor boot camps, where students soak up vitamin D or distill Capri Sun from the sun's rays. To make sure members get the most of the gym's myriad amenities, personal trainers kick off fitness journeys with their Smart Start program, taking BMI measurements and analyzing heart health and oxygen uptake to give patrons a clearer picture of how much and what types of exercise they need to hit their goals.
After working up a calorie-blasting sweat, members can retire to the steam rooms or whirlpool tubs to soothe sore muscles. The internet business lounge lets people catch up on email while sipping a rejuvenating smoothie from the juice bar, and the basketball courts host pick-up games where adults can show underdog teams of fifth-graders that it takes a little more than pluck and an adorable animal sidekick to win games.
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When Moksha Yoga cofounder Ted Grand created the sequence of postures that make up his studio’s yoga classes, he drew from more than 1,000 hours of yoga training and from the expertise of other seasoned professionals in the field. His order of Moksha postures—a beginning savansa, intention setting, a standing series, a floor series, and a final savasana—are only part of what makes Moksha yoga unique among yoga styles. Its practitioners are also encouraged to follow its 7 pillars, a set of philosophies that includes living green and supporting the local community. In that vein, the eco-friendly studio sports a sustainable bamboo floor, VOC-free paints, and stays tidy with plant-based cleaning products.
Moksha Yoga sets a philanthropic example for its students by offering a donation-only class each week from which the proceeds go to charity, as well as a Trade for Yoga, program that offers unlimited yoga classes in exchange for volunteer work inside the studio. To help promote the overall wellness aspect of the 7 Pillars, therapists are also available to perform massages and acupuncture.