When it opened in 1978, The Court Club held only racquetball, squash, and handball courts. But as the fitness scene evolved, so did its facilities. Today, the club promises more than just on-court competition. It also offers group fitness classes, cardio and weight-training equipment, personal training, and rock climbing.
Spreading across five floors of the Steuben Building, Steuben Athletic Club houses a plethora of exercise machines and fitness classes to help clients achieve their ideal physiques. Initiate a personal transformation or maintain an already-sculpted silhouette with a month of full access to Steuben's fleet of treadmills, stationary bikes, and magical flying yoga mats. When taking a break from the club's immobile modes of transport, customers can bolster their biceps in the free-weight room, glide through the chlorinated waters of the swimming pool, or cultivate sweat beads in the sauna and steam rooms. Social exercisers can work alongside other fitness enthusiasts in any of the gym's classes, including body-strengthening yoga sessions and intense spinning courses, fast-paced regimens that utilize hardcore Ring Around the Rosie repetitions. Check the club's class schedule for up-to-date information.
Breathing Room is a place where you can catch your breath. A studio space with sunlight and natural elements, its the perfect escape from a chaotic world. We offer yoga and dance classes, energy healing services, workshops and room hours to just sit in quiet contemplation — all in an effort to bring back your balance.
With three gorgeous and wide-open spaces in which to cultivate the seeds of spiritual well-being, The Center for Nia and Yoga mends the rift between mind and body with a schedule chock-full of Nia dance and yoga classes. Nia is an eclectic fitness and lifestyle program that incorporates dance steps, martial-arts movements, and funky grooves in a soulful expression of spiritual harmony. Trainer Casey Bernstein leads students through the joyful motions, boogying up the foothills of nirvana in classes that emphasize both community and personal restoration. Friendly yoga instructors make sure that wayward chakras stay in line with a litany of athletic and restorative yoga styles that range in intensity from gentle stretching to vigorous flows. Beginners and experts alike can rack up frequent-levitation miles in Vinyasa yoga flow or deep-relaxation classes, and pre-natal courses produce babies that mediate rather than whine. Occasional community dance jams and activities make this premier studio a superb place for students of all ages to practice asanas or train for upcoming Bollywood casting calls.
After a session of relaxing yoga stretching, it's not uncommon to feel like you're floating on air. Good Karma Studio takes that sensation a step further with its Gravity Yoga classes, during which students perform poses while suspended from sturdy, ceiling-anchored straps. Hosted in a specialized second-floor space called the Flight Center, the fun and freeing classes require no prior yoga experience. Staff can guide beginning students through simple stretches and inversions that help decompress the spine, and challenge advanced ones to hold strength-building chatarangas or perform Cirque-de-Soleil-style flips. For those who wish to remain earthbound, the downstairs Ground Down studio hosts classic mat yoga classes in a variety of styles, such as vinyasa, ashtanga, hatha, and hot yoga. A range of fitness classes, from Zumba to barre fitness and TRX suspension classes, round out the studio's diverse offerings.
Equipment: Pilates Designs By Basil and Gratz equipment
Students Should Bring: Water is available on [the] premises. Towels are optional.
Average Class Length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class Location: Indoors only
Registration Required: Yes
Good for Beginners: Yes
Guests Allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot