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  • Expression Dance Studio
    A Chat with Expression Dance Studio What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Expression teaches technique in a fun and enjoyable way. All ages and levels are welcome, and will immediately be part of the family. Styles: ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, creative movement, dancing with disabilities, mommy and me, and musical theater. What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans? First-time students will learn to appreciate and dance, and will quickly learn technique and expression. All students are encouraged to express their creativity and individuality. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Studio owner Amber Alonzo dreamed of opening a dance studio her entire life. In 2009, her dream came to fruition. Amber strives to create a safe, fun and educational environment for all dancers. What do you love most about your job? All of the teachers at Expression bring a love for dance and teaching. Expression teachers are inspired every day by their students, and are constantly growing as dancers for and because of their students.
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    21 W Quincy St.
    Westmont, IL US
  • Flying Buddha Fitness
    Equipment: Aerial hammocks, poles, Pilates equipment, spin bikes, weights, yoga mats Students Should Bring: Water, yoga mat Registration Required: Yes Good for Beginners: Yes Average Class Length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class Location: Indoors only Established: 2013 Parking: Parking lot The sky's the limit at Flying Buddha Fitness. Or, perhaps more appropriately, the ceiling is. Aerial yoga is one of the fitness studio's specialties, and challenges students to perform traditional yoga moves while suspended in fabric hammocks that are attached to the ceiling. It sounds both exhilarating and exhausting, but the method is actually quite accessible for students of all fitness levels. The hammocks are hung close to the ground, so beginners can feel safe as they learn how to use the fabric to maneuver in-and-out of poses, support their body weight, and make old workout clothes feel stylish again, while experienced aerial yogis can work their way up to performing acrobatic maneuvers such as inversions and flips. Of course, Flying Buddha has plenty of classes for those who prefer to stay on the ground as well. The schedule features everything from meditative vinyasa yoga sessions to upbeat turbo kick and piloxing classes. And, although challenging workouts abound, the studio maintains a family-friendly vibe, as evidenced by its array of youth classes and Friday night family fitness sessions.
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    1213 Butterfield Road
    Wheaton, IL US
  • Infinity Fitness Studio
    Giacomo Ribaudo embodies the phrase "fighting fit" to a tee, The owner and instructor at Infinity Fitness Studio, Ribaudo holds a fifth-degree black belt in Extreme Fighting System's mixed martial arts and shares his skills through training sessions with police officers, cage fighters, and flight attendants, as well as practical self-defense classes for women. Students at his studio can also turn to yoga, hot yoga, and Zumba classes for a lower-impact workout than his martial arts classes and a higher-impact workout than a nap.
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    1937 Mannheim Rd
    Westchester, IL US
  • Midwest Fit Club
    Light floods through Midwest Fit Club's floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the exercisers a healthy glow as they run on treadmills, track their heart rates on elliptical trainers, and grunt through free-weight reps. In the gym?s spacious group fitness studio, experienced trainers lead students through the flowing poses of power Vinyasa yoga, work full bodies during Fit Camp sessions, and groove through Zumba classes? thumping global party beats. Trainers also lead one-on-one and group personal-training sessions focused on each student?s goals, whether they're beginners who?ve never exercised regularly or fitness enthusiasts who did burpees in the womb.
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    5019 Ace Ln.
    Naperville, IL US
  • Oasis Women's Fitness & Spa
    The purveyors of Oasis wanted to create a space where women could work out together in a pressure-free and rewarding environment. By outfitting the health club with rowers, step mills, and ellipticals, as well as a daycare, spacious locker rooms, and an infrared sauna, they brought that space to fruition. They also stocked it with a team of fitness experts, many with degrees and certifications in the field. That crew fosters a positive attitude while leading classes such as Pilates and Zumba, or personal-training sessions that can prep members for long-distance runs away from donuts. Events such as boot camps and self-defense courses are designed specifically with women in mind, while their nutrition programs round out plans for total fitness.
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    355 North La Grange Road
    La Grange Park, IL US
  • Simply Yoga
    Recently opened, Simply Yoga has already become a welcoming space for yoga students of all experiences and backgrounds. First-time students learn Vinyasa's foundational postures during hour-long basics classes, while more experienced practitioners move to deeper expressions in all-levels or advanced power classes. Regardless of the challenge level, students move through poses in rooms heated to 80?85 degrees. So, while it doesn't quite have the tropical feeling of hot yoga, the studio is plenty warm to get the heart pumping, blood flowing, and sweat dripping onto the mat.
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    Lemont, IL US
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