Inspired by the design of an Indian temple—replete with vibrant fabrics dangling from the ceiling—Anuttara Yoga had no trouble catching the attention of New Times Broward-Palm Beach, which hailed it as the Best Yoga Studio of 2012. The space recently underwent an expansion to encompass nearly 8,000 square feet, including two 1,600-square-foot yoga rooms.
The Kula Room, with its spacious floor plan and minimal decor, stays at a balmy 85 degrees during nonheated classes such as yoga barre. The dimly lit Grand Tapas Hall, however, facilitates deeper stretching with a thermostat set to a sweat-inducing 95 degrees. This higher temperature loosens muscles, expels toxins, and thaws ancestors preserved in ice during 90-minute hot-yoga classes. New class offerings, to go along with the studio's recent expansion, include suspension yoga and chakra spinning.
When they aren’t teaching yoga classes, the studio’s 15 certified instructors pass on their knowledge to apprentices in training rooms and a well-stocked library. Other amenities include spa-like bathrooms with showers and a boutique area lined with yoga accessories and apparel.
Helmed by Stefanie Ellis, a team of expert instructors leads a roster of classes designed to help guests bolster their core, strength, and posture. In addition to equipment-heavy Pilates courses, these passionate fitness gurus lead heart-intensive Core Cardio classes, ballet-inspired barre classes, yoga lessons, and spinning sessions replete with pulsing tunes, music videos, and the speed-inspiring chirps of cheetahs.
Devised by Pure Barre founder Carrie Rezabek, these fusion classes will work your body in ways it's never been worked before by balancing the grace of dance with the exertion of lifting and the soothing stretching of stretching. Each 55 to 60-minute session loosens, strengthens, and lengthens the body through the perfect blend of the ballet barre, weight training, and limber Pilates. In the process, you'll tone your tush, thighs, hips, arms, and abs while burning fat efficiently and blocking out the invasive anxieties of the real world, such as the lingering dread that squirrels are evolving faster than us and will soon overtake us on the food chain.
We are a complete fitness facility & day spa offering the best in both health and beauty. We have 40 Group Classes weekly, Personal Training, Cardio Theater, Free-Weight & Circuit-Training Equip. We also offer Waxing, Mani's, Pedi's, Spray Tans, Microdermabrasion & Massage. Free Kids Fun Center for Members & Spa Clients.
Mold muscles and shed calories inside Fitness Now's newly renovated gym with free-weights, machines, and a vast array of fitness classes. Personal trainers administer a fitness evaluation to help jumpstart each member's relationship with the gym. In addition to unrestricted use of resistance machines, treadmills, stationary bikes, and stationary soccer balls, members can take advantage of a wide variety of aerobics classes on the schedule, which change periodically and are subject to availability. Body shapers can participate in yoga classes, which focus on breathing, balance, and flexibility, or try cardio classes such as Spinning, Move and Groove, and Pain, Sweat, and Tears, which blends energetic cardio exercise with light weight intervals, body bars, and BOSU balls. The clean, newly renovated gym offers ample space to manicure muscles and has a full-service juice bar with healthy refreshments available for purchase. Childcare services are available for an additional fee. New members are also given a free 15-minute massage from the in-house massage therapist/chiropractor, who will expertly remove knots from your muscles like a master sailor with surprisingly kempt hands.
Focusing on intense, personalized exercise regimens, 'W'arehouse's team of certified health professionals tailors programs to suit a wide range of fitness ambitions. Upon joining, members are given an evaluation, gauging muscular endurance, body fat, flexibility, and the ability to whistle "Chariots of Fire." A customized regimen of weight training, cardio training, and fitness classes is then bestowed upon the fitness neophyte and carried through in a variety of small-group sessions–usually involving five people or fewer–held throughout the week.