The enthusiastic instructors at Live in Joy strive to nurture the mind, body, and spirit of their clients through a bevy of yoga classes. Yogis spanning the flexibility spectrum can enjoy a variety of 60- to 90-minute stretch sessions designed for all ability levels. Teach an old recliner new tricks in a gentle chair yoga class, where seated asanas encourage increased mobility, flexibility, and relaxation, perfect for students who are recovering from an injury or seeking relief from awkward water cooler workouts at the office. Rigorous Vinyasa practices take students from one flowing pose to the next, pausing briefly in certain poses to help stretchers settle into deeper alignment. Instructors of yin yoga command downward facing dogs to "stay" in certain floor postures for up to five minutes to balance organ function, restore resiliency in the body's muscles and joints, and break the compulsion to mark yogis standing in tree pose.
Each visit to Royal Fitness shakes up workout routines with rows of equipment, an indoor saltwater pool, and group classes focusing on aerobics or mind and body cultivation. The center houses cardio gear from Precor and Cybex, and guests can climb stair masters or paddle away from imaginary anacondas on rowing machines. A dedicated strength-training center tones muscle groups with free weights, kettlebells and Nautilus machines, which can be used for self-prescribed workout routines or under the guidance of personal trainers. Trainers also lead more than 100 fitness classes each week emphasizing conditioning or a unification of the mind and body with classes such as tai chi. Additionally, the onsite youth center keeps an eye on tots while parents exercise or unwind with the help of massage therapy.
The dedicated instructors at Yoga Child impart insight into a smorgasbord of yogi styles that improve flexibility and focus. Bolster your core during the monthly restorative yoga session, a class emphasizing basics such as breath, mobility, and knowledge of Yanni's B-sides. On Tuesday nights, yogis with at least one year of experience can bend through the Vinyasa class, which closely links breath with fluid kinesthesia. The peaceful studio, which is drenched in natural light, invites yogis to amble in on classes any day of the week.
Sankhya strives to connect both beginning benders and supple stretchers with the mind-body-spirit trifecta of yoga, with a community-focused study of its traditional principles. When practiced correctly and on a regular basis, yoga can tone limbs, increase all-over flexibility, and give practitioners the ability to catch for the Yankees.
For more than 18 years, Paula Edge has explored the intricacies of physical therapy, chiropractic care, and yoga styles to develop a multi-discipline understanding of how the body works. At Calm Massage – Yoga and Reiki Studio, she collaborates with a staff of massage therapists, yogis, and certified fitness instructors to support the wellbeing of each individual client according to their needs. The team's soothing massage therapies range from the gliding Swedish strokes to the ancient art of Reiki, which aligns energy pathways to quell anxiety and help you beat Frogger. The wellness emporium also hosts a selection of specialized classes, which can demystify methods for mindful living, bolster flexibility with Kundalini yoga, and tone muscles with personal training.
Wake Up Yoga is a Vinyasa (flow-style) and Yin (passive yoga) studio with three locations: in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia, on Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia, and Passyunk Avenue in South Philly. Our spaces are warm and inviting, the walls are the color of butternut squash, the teachers are excellent..