Director and owner Michelle Bolong, a former Cirque du Soleil performer and tae kwon do champion, leads a band of professional aerialist instructors who help students gracefully tone bodies while gaining inner strength and discipline. Classes combine elements such as martial arts, pilates, and acrobatic conditioning using static trapeze and cirque-style fabrics for adults and children ages five and up. The 2,800-square-foot training facility features a state-of-the-art professional sprung floor, also known as a floating floor or Mr. Bouncy Ground, to provide a high level of shock absorption.
We are a martial arts school that offers a wide variety of classes teaching strength, flexibility, and self defense. We offer kids, teens, and adults programs and teach courtesy, integrity, self-control, and perseverance. We pride ourselves on offering quality martial arts programs to everyone.
Elite Training Center’s chief instructor Brian Rauchbach and his fellow instructors have applied their training in Krav Maga, mixed martial arts, and kickboxing within professional fields such as law enforcement, the US Army Rangers, and the US Navy SEALS. Rauchbach peppers his lessons with pragmatic insights on close-quarters combat gleaned while working as a private security contractor and training alongside elite counterterrorism units overseas.
Beyond the practical aspects of fighting, the studio's instructors put a premium on self-respect, discipline, and the ability to savor a bag of Oreos over an entire month. Students, ranging from kids to police officers, forge inner strength as they pound heavy bags, target pads, and focus mitts.
The Gym@Hayden is a loft-like, 5,500-square-foot fitness facility staffed with certified fitness professionals who are determined to help their clients feel supported along their fitness journey. Offering kickboxing, circuit-training, and boot-camp group classes, along with cardio and strength-training equipment, The Gym@Hayden strives to be a laid-back place that helps its clients get in, work out hard, and get on with their lives.
At Live In Fit, Alycia Sumlin-Lyrse and her team of certified trainers take a benevolent approach to fitness classes. The team uses spirituality and integrity as motivating forces to achieve physical health and believe that being good examples of fitness themselves is the best way to get their students motivated to change their lives. Accordingly, their boot camps and circuit-training classes eschew the harsh yelling and humiliating diary reading of typical routines for positive reinforcement and friendly encouragement. The fitness gurus will even travel to places of business and customize workout programs for employees to help banish sick days and boost productivity.
At Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy, the instructors relay the teachings of Brazilian jui-jitsu's creator, Helio Gracie, who valued leverage and timing over strength and speed. Students can learn those values during the academy's coed Gracie Combative program, which teaches 36 essential self-defense techniques. Complementing the main program are kids' programs that teach youngsters how to neutralize bullies and women-only classes that show females how to counter 15 common attacks.