The bendy-bodied movement masters at Mountain Yoga keep their focus on proper alignment as they help yogis of all levels synchronize minds and muscles with an array of classes Monday–Saturday, as well as rejuvenating meditation on Sundays. Rookies to the realm of downward dogs, warrior ones, and kneels before Zod will master the essential asanas and concentrate on posture in Yoga Basics. Like synchronized swimming across the English Channel, the Flow Level 1 class works aerobic elements into the Beginners' Flow class regimen of smooth bodily movements and steady breathing. The Back & Core Basics class tightens torso muscles so students can save on gas with long-distance crab walks. Mountain Yoga’s accommodating class schedule allows students to fit workouts in between the demands of work, family, and Joust Club.
Peak Fitness strives to empower the residents of the Tri-Cities area by providing them with an environment where they can work toward their individual fitness goals and improve their physical as well as their mental health and wellbeing. The gym's extensive selection of LifeFitness and Hammer Strength equipment, free weights, and helium-filled medicine balls ensures that visitors can exercise at their own pace, although professional trainers are also available to offer general workout advice as well as nutritional guidance for anyone seeking personal training. Additionally, Peak Fitness's staff members lead group classes for members looking to practice everything from yoga and Pilates to Zumba and kickboxing within a supportive, community-oriented setting. A childcare room is also available, keeping youngsters occupied with age-appropriate toys and books while their parents take time for their workouts.
Equipment: Barbells, Dumbbells, Pull Up Bars
Students should bring: Water, Towel, Yoga Mat
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We focus heavily on form. We help you correct your form for new moves. This will prevent injury.
The husband-wife team of Eric Ruhm and Sara Jane Schmeltzer opened Energy Fitness 24/7 in 2011. Since then, the door to their fitness studio hasn't been locked very often. That's because, as the name suggests, it's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to convenient hours, the space features an array of strength-training machines and cardio equipment amid exposed brick walls.