Serenityfit trains adults and kids with a cornucopia of full-body workout classes taught in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Check the flexible schedule to choose Zumba, yoga, body-weight, body-toning, stability-ball, kettlebell, and TRX total-body-resistance classes. Customers who choose to try kettlebell classes will begin with a three-hour introductory session, which is limited to 12 students. Zumba and belly-dancing classes guide students through a dynamic dance workout, and easy tai chi and qi gong meditation classes combine gentle, deliberate movements with stress-easing breathing techniques. Meanwhile, yoga classes provide a great way to stay toned and limber while temporarily storing worldly worries in a drawer with knickknacks, spare change, and shrunken heads. Zumba and yoga classes are also available for kids, and Serenityfit will waive its $50 initial fee for customers who choose to extend their membership.
At Workout Plus, fitness seekers can conclude a blistering group workout with a dip in the whirlpool or a detoxifying jaunt in the sauna. Instructors lead challenging, up-tempo workouts with names such as Kettlebell Khaos or Calorie Killer, and set members loose on a sea of free weights and Star Trac variable resistance machines including treadmills, climbers, and recumbent bikes.
The staff of Twin Ponds heads up a series of integrated wellness programs that boost patrons' holistic health with counseling, yoga, and other fitness services. During the center's yoga classes, students work to strengthen the bond between their bodies and minds, posing through one-hour sessions that meet seven days a week. Laughing yoga implores pent-up giggles to emerge during sessions that boost both endorphins and the self-esteem of struggling standup comics in attendance. Fundamentals of Yoga and Beginners Yoga stress foundations of the practice, including core strength, flexibility, alignment, and rhythmic breathing.