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Unyong Kim regards every event in her life as an influence that has molded her teaching model, from conquering the fear of public speaking to crossing the finish line at the Marine Corps Marathon. She pours all her wisdom and experience into her yoga classes, which are designed to promote relaxation for her students. She tries to teach yoga as a state of mind, rather than a series of postures, packaging it as a meditative practice for personal benefit and an attitude that can inform life off the mat. The core of Unyong's training still takes place in the classroom, though. She has a series designed to promote a calm state of mind, a series to challenge the body, and a series built around family-style games such as horseshoes, where dad is the pole and little Billy is the horseshoe.
6019 N 21st St
Arlington,
VA
US
Since its 1965 founding in Venice Beach, California, Gold's Gym has dotted the globe with more than 600 locations where professional athletes and exercise newbies gather under the umbrella of personal strength. Nearly 3.5 million Gold's members chart and aim for their fitness peaks, perspiring beneath the gaze of certified personal trainers or pedaling beside peers at cycling sessions. In a diverse lineup of group classes, patrons strengthen cores with Pilates, finger-paint pictures of ninjas in martial arts, and amp up heart rates along to the pulsating soundtracks of Les Mills routines. Many Gold's Gym locations offer cardio machines with individual iPod docks and televisions that help keep patrons motivated.
1220 North Fillmore Street
Arlington,
VA
US
Suzanne Morgan likens her yoga classes to a playground. "It’s a passionate playground where awareness, inspired action and wellness skip hand-in-hand," she writes on her website. "You'll laugh—I promise." Laughter is only one benefit. At her classes and workshops, she helps students of all yoga experience levels use the tools of yoga to calm their mind while reconnecting with body and spirit. She views yoga as a simple way to ease stress, quiet the mind, and ultimately, live an authentic life. Her classes are held at the Arlington Community Church.
2100 North Potomac Street
Arlington,
VA
US
A century ofshared experience unites trainers at Get Shaped Fitness, where they coach groupsessions and work individually with trainees. "We stress education over quick fixes," theysay, "striv[ing] to prepare you for continuing your success over the longterm." To these ends, they customize personal training sessions and makethemselves available to talk about lifestyle changes, such as replacing cupcakeswith a sheet cake inscribed with "eat carrots." The gym's own GetShaped app helps clients keep track of their classes and contact staffers.
1600 South Eads Street
Arlington,
VA
US
ThankDog! Bootcamp's team boasts a personal trainer and nutritionist, as an exerciser would expect, but there's also one unusual staffer: a dog trainer. That's because the boot camps don't just focus on the fitness of owners, they also tend to the physical and behavioral health of pooches. While humans work out under the leadership of the personal trainer, furry friends follow along with guidance from the dog trainer, which results in tighter bodies for owners and better behaviors for pets.
601 North Manchester Street
Arlington,
VA
US
James, owner and certified trainer at James Boot Camp, works with clients to achieve measureable results rapidly. He’s worked with Victoria’s Secret models, reality-TV contestants, and clients from MTV music videos, sculpting bodies to be camera ready. Knowing that each of his trainees wants a flatter stomach, tighter muscles, and more energy, each of his motivating indoor boot-camp classes focuses on burning fat and building muscle without adding bulk.
2449 N Harrison St
Arlington,
VA
US