Solace Yoga Studio is the premier yoga studio located in the heart of Mishawaka, Indiana. Solace Yoga is committed to helping you begin or evolve your yoga practice. Our studio provides a soft and warm ambiance that will uplift the spirit and help relieve your everyday stresses. We look forward to seeing you at Solace.
Pinnacle Athletic club flexes its health-geared guns by offering members unlimited access to cardio equipment, three weight rooms, a basketball league, a spinning studio, more than 50 classes a week, and more. Kick up arterial fiestas and a bumping heartbeat, thanks to more than 40 cardio-centric contraptions, from stairmasters and treadmills, to ellipticals and stationary Flintstone cars, each equipped with a personal television to distract needy eyes. For flab-fearing limbs, the gym hosts Hammer Strength and Icarian iron-pumping machines as well as free weights, ranging in size from mini to mini horse, while also promoting a gallimaufry of group-centric pastimes such as basketball, volleyball, and racquetball. The eternally fraternal can also enlist in one of the club's daily classes at no extra charge, while massage, tanning, personal training, and nutritional advice are available to members for a fee.
Led by a co-ed team of experienced coaches, Crossfit South Bend cultivates a supportive community of fitness seekers. Designed by exercise expert Greg Glassman, Crossfit aims to get bodies into shape with a system of constantly changing functional movements, such as pushing, pulling, running, or levitating, all executed at a high intensity.
After meeting with a trainer to discuss goals and physical condition, students ease into the program through the on-ramp course, laboring through increasingly difficult exercises while paving the way for chiseled physiques. Once initiated, clients leap headlong into a packed schedule of group sessions, heaving kettlebells and flipping tires, or even representing Crossfit South Bend in sports and strength contests.
One-size-fits-all workouts and impersonal training techniques aren't a part of Rix 3602 Fitness's exercise philosophy. Owner Rick Freeman and his experienced trainers cater to the needs of beginners as well as competitive athletes with supportive, small-group classes that help individuals work toward their fitness goals. Classes range from cardio-intensive regimens to strength-training sessions, and the trainers use kettlebells, jump ropes, and other basic equipment to design challenging yet accessible workouts. By capping attendance at 15 students for all group classes, the instructors are better able to provide personalized guidance to help clients reach their peak physical fitness over time.