Inner Peace's studio is a beautiful space in which to surround the self while engaging in the ancient practice of yoga. The custom-designed facility boasts a gleaming, 1,077-square-foot yoga floor built from Lisbon natural cork. With today's deal, partake in six of the 27 group yoga classes offered each week, including options for folks from every fork of the fitness footway, from non-nimble neophytes to seasoned veterans as flexible as a pair of bicycle shorts. The staff of experienced instructors has both the wisdom and stretchiness to teach numerous yoga styles, including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, power yoga in a heated studio, soft yoga for beginners or those seeking a chance to slow down and breathe, and yoga jam, which doesn't involve canned preserves but does involve energetic music and a quick flow of postures.
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Strength of Mind and Body is dedicated to fostering fitness through a range of holistic health strategies in a serene environment. Pilates controls breathing and concentrates inner energies into precise, fluid movements with minimal impact, targeting lethargic core muscles without angering joints. Two required foundation training sessions (which may be taken privately or in a group of up to five other Groupon holders) allow students to become familiar with the particulars of the classes, including manipulating the reformer machine and Pilates breathing techniques. After completing the sessions, students will graduate to the group reformer classes, which offer an aerobic alternative to long-distance tightrope unicycling.
Certified yoga and Pilates instructors guide students through poses aimed at shrinking midsections, growing muscles, and alleviating back pain. Their cheery studio features soft-green walls and light hardwood floors and is home to special Pilates machines including the Allegro 2 Reformer. The experts also help clients attain total wellness with holistic lifestyle coaching that teaches stress management through exercise and proper diet.
Stephen and Elizabeth, the certified instructors of Tulsa Yoga Therapy, unite more than 20 years of combined yoga-teaching experience to lead beginner-friendly yoga classes. Their focus is on mindful poses and slow transitions, which is also James Cameron’s focus whenever half his filmed scenes for a movie go missing. With backgrounds in massage therapy, anatomy, and rehabilitation movement, Stephen and Elizabeth structure their classes around students recovering from injuries and those new to yoga. In addition to one-hour group classes, they invite clients with more serious physical limitations to one-on-one therapeutic bodywork or private sessions. During these workouts, instructors tailor moves to specific imbalances or injuries.
The original barre workouts began in 1959, when German ballet dancer Lotte Berk injured her back and required rehab. She decided to combine her ballet barre work with her rehab exercises and, thus, one of the most effective workout programs was born.
Sculpt Tulsa's Marlene Martindale, inspired by her lifetime of marathon running, triathlons, and group exercise instruction, has improved upon the original barre method by incorporating her personal training and rehabilitation experience. Sculpt Barre combines traditional barre exercises with Pilates for targeted, small muscular movements. This works muscles that are often neglected by other exercise programs. Martindale's clients can look forward to toned abs, a lifted butt, stronger ankles, and pinkie fingers that can chop through taut floss. Also available are TRX classes, which use gravity and body weight resistance to increase balance, coordination, and flexibility while strengthening the core muscles.
Though contained within a 2,700 square-foot studio, The Yoga Room Tulsa's instructors still manage to explore every corner of classic and modern yoga traditions. They teach more that 40 classes a week, including gentle sessions designed to encourage beginners to give yoga a try and others fueled by billboard-topping songs that develop a rhythmic flow from pose to pose. Their second-story space is a full-service space with all the amenities of a yoga studio, including showers, props, a full sound system, and yoga mats.