Kundalini Yoga Boston's highly experienced instructors unify minds and bodies on the quest for spiritual growth with Kundalini yoga classes. Kundalini yoga gentle-stretch and meditation classes pair flowing motions with mantra-packed chanting, clearing limbs of pent-up stress and minds of illegally downloaded memories. Welcome a lungful of clarity with the Kundalini yoga and breathwork class’s meditative inhalations, or absorb the chi-centering sound waves of the Kundalini yoga and gong-meditation class’s titular instrument. Check the schedule for a full list of classes and times, or divine the information offline by decoding messages hidden in the phonebook.
As one longtime student says, "Jess doesn't care if you have three left feet." And it's probably this supportive and congenial attitude that earned her spots on Boston A-List as Best Zumba Class and RateYourBurn as one of the 10 Best Zumba Instructors for 2012. She approaches the dance-fitness hybrid sessions as a "feel-happy" workout, helping students of all experience levels feel welcome regardless of their natural rhythm. She only offers drop-in sessions, allowing students to come when it's convenient for them or when they've accidentally sleepwalked to the studio again.
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Welcome to Extreme Dancesport, Boston's grooviest dance and fitness studio located in Cambridge, MA. Take group classes or personalized private lessons or party with us and experience a whole new world of dance! There are friends to be made, steps to be learned and fun to be had. You never need a partner and absolute beginn
A member of the United States Fencing Association, Bay State Fencers boasts a coterie of U.S. trained coaches who foster a supportive environment of competition and respect during instruction. Classes range from entry level, such as Learning to Fence, to more advanced training for nationally ranked fencers. These lessons emphasize technique and fitness of both the body and mind, enabling fencers to outlast opponents through endurance and outsmart them with sound strategy or the ability to fake a mortal wound.
On its website, Redline Fight Sports boasts that it is not a typical, low-intensity health club. Rather, it is a 5,000-square-foot facility designed to train fighters and fitness enthusiasts who want to train like fighters but do not want to interact with large slabs of meat. Its coaches—most fighters themselves—preach purposeful and practical training, where natural movements replace rote exercises to help boost strength, speed, flexibility, and stamina. For example, instead of sitting at a bicep-curl machine, a student in the popular Fighter-Fit class may slug an uppercut bag or whip into a teardrop knee bag. This choreography of punches and kicks takes place in the training area, where heavy bags and lightweight striking bags hang, some on a custom, 40-foot rail system that slides them to and fro. In a back cage room, grapplers can train over fully matted floors and walls, even practicing throws on a crash mat.
A regulation-sized sparring ring is available for dedicated boxing training, and free weights work to boost strength capacity. An air exchanger circulates fresh oxygen into the gym, which also rents towels for its fighters in training.