At Everyday People Yoga, students unroll their mats onto bamboo floors in a spacious and tranquil studio. Skilled instructors lead a variety of classes, ranging from Vinyasa and zen yoga to gentle yoga, meditation, and Ashtanga yoga. While the classes work to boost strength and flexibility, they can also help students build self-awareness with the body, both internally and externally.
Hoping to get in shape, start kickboxing, or learn the most effective methods of self-defense, visitors to Peaceful Fighter will enjoy the benefit of one-on-one attention from its personal trainers. The classes ranges from mixed martial arts to meditation and even include a Pay It Forward class on Saturday designed for young, at-risk kids in the community to get involved.
Be Best Wellness's staffers supply exercisers with an array of services for getting in shape. To name a few, they stage initial training sessions at International Fitness, where gym staffers lead group classes, such as Zumba and yoga, at their facility. Be Best Wellness then creates personalized nutrition plans, recipes, and weekly shopping lists.
Robin Quirke turns every class at RobinQ Zumba into a party. By mixing elements of various dances, from hip-hop to Bollywood to salsa, Robin helps pupils burn calories while having a good time. She takes the lead during Zumba classes and guides students through dance moves that release more sweat than a sauna on the sun.
Eugene Yoga's team of yoga instructors builds a community of holistic wellness-seekers with a robust and diverse lineup of 61 Hatha-based yoga classes, which take place in two rooms. Inexperienced students can take sticky mats for a test drive during Gentle yoga 1 classes that walk them through fundamental poses while emphasizing deep-breathing techniques that hone concentration. More advanced students can try Power Flow, which features a strengthening flow of postures designed to build muscle and coordination. Women can hone their practice during ladies-only sessions that promote strong bodies and self-confidence in a noncompetitive atmosphere. In addition to focusing on safe and sustainable yoga for all members of the community, yogis also sell premium mats and props, as well as clothing and gifts from local vendors.