Inside The Yoga Pioneers’ 105-degree studio, students stretch while reaching for inner peace with relaxing, expert-led poses. Shoes siesta as bare feet are cushioned by natural cork flooring. The eco-friendly radiant heating system helps loosen muscles and facilitate stretches. To bolster students’ physical health, teachers ensure 60- and 80- minute classes cycle through traditional poses that challenge the body to bend and balance like a slinky walking a tightrope. Filtered air circulates around the 1,200-square-foot studio, cleansing lungs as pupils practice deep-breathing exercises. After class, students may decompress with a shower, and share experiences while munching TYP's famous apple treats in the lobby.
CM’s Fitness Studio presents exercisers with a relaxed, socially-driven environment for working out alongside friends both new and old. The facility’s team of nationally certified instructors—which includes international instructors from Chile, Cuba, Cambodia, and Europe—infuses every class with expertise and energy, as well as global flair. Six days per week, they helm results-oriented sessions of Zumba, yoga, hip-hop, and more, plus Zumbatomic, a dance class designed specifically for kids aged 4-12.
Velocity Sports Performance connects its certified coaching staff to small groups during fitness training programs designed to challenge casual exercisers or sharpen athletes' competitive edge by building strength, agility, and speed. The limit-expanding one-hour adult sessions whip small groups into finer fettle, focusing on coordination and movement. Each session switches up routines to inject high-energy fun, increase metabolism, and keep muscles from getting bored and reading celebrity gossip. During the 60-minute youth program, up to eight youngsters work alongside their dedicated coach, increasing their body awareness through running drills, coordination activities, and strength-building routines.
At over 100 locations throughout the country, CorePower Yoga (CPY) invites students to creative classes that meld movement, breath, heat, and music into entrancing routines to energize the body and mind. Signature CPY classes are taught by approachable certified yoga instructors who lead students through dynamic, Vinyasa-style flows with demonstration and verbal cues, helping pupils of all experience levels tone core muscles and cultivate balance. CPY also offers teacher training and lifestyle programs to empower students to become yoga instructors or to just advance their individual practice. During construction of all its new studios, CPY strives to use recycled content, install eco-friendly and efficient mechanical systems, and ensure that any waste created doesn't end up in landfills or just piled in Mr. Henderson's garage.
The trainers at Art of Strength eschew newfangled machines. Instead, they employ only fitness tools that have stood the test of time: weight balls, ropes, logs, sandbags, and boxes. Ropes use the weight of the human body to build strength, and the relentless swing of kettlebells works the body as a whole and torches calories. Weights clatter beneath hanging rings and inspirational quotes chalked on the walls. Bass thuds and happy grunts fill the studio as patrons flip truck tires or leap onto boxes. The old-school equipment forms the core of classes, which leave patrons as strong as ancient warriors or the guys who had to push ancient warriors’ strollers.
The Pilates Advantage's obsidian-sculpted staff tends to individual physical needs with routines designed to boost strength, flexibility, and endurance. Using props, such as foam rollers and stability balls, as well as gentle guidance from a team of fitness gurus, a schedule of classes tops out at six students per instructor for individualized attention, support, and a forum for demonstrating shirt-ripping muscle flexes. Those looking for a solid core workout can build a mighty midsection and shape lean muscles with Pilates mat classes, and fitness fanatics in the gyrokinesis sessions can focus on spiraling exercises that increase bodily circulation and promote proper spine and joint alignment. Meanwhile barre buffs can join either floor-barre or stretch-and-barre classes to tone their arms, hips, thighs, and back while relieving physical ailments of arthritis and alien-hand syndrome with ballet-inspired stretch moves.