At Village Yoga, Freddy Margolis has amassed an impressive team of experienced instructors, some of whom have impressive backgrounds in fields such as competitive dance and chinese medicine. These specialists aim to help students foster holistic wellness with a variety of yoga classes at both of their spacious studios. Their class styles range from flowing Vinyasa and gentle stretches to high-intensity Zumba and power yoga, and teacher training is also available.
Clients can rent either studio to host yoga parties that celebrate birthdays, engagements, or successful human-Jenga games. An instructor will be on hand to guide partygoers through routines, and the space comes equipped with yoga mats, bolsters, and music.
CEO Peter Harvey believes that a quality gym staff must demonstrate more than technical expertise. "Service doesn't only mean showing someone how to do an arm curl," he says. Certified personal trainers develop workouts that zero in on each person?s specific goals, giving clients the skills to pole-vault over impassable plateaus. By steadfastly refusing to hand out fish in favor of putting on master classes in fishing, they help clients become self-sufficient, educating them on fundamentals.
During these one-on-one sessions, and in solo workouts, guests set calories ablaze atop rows of continually updated equipment. Treadmills, recumbent bikes, and strength-training tools line the walls.
Members can also drop in for as many group classes as they can muster. Inside a separate studio, stationary cycles whir in time with galvanizing music, kickboxing strikes arc through the air, and barbells rise with each BodyPump rep. For more meditative practices, Pilates sessions and several types of yoga enhance flexibility and focus.
Golf Swing Exchange electronically disseminates professional, personalized tips and tricks to players of all skill levels through swing assessments, clinics, and memberships that provide access to its golfing resources. A player embarking on basic swing analysis first pays a visit to the outfit's golf-performance center, where he or she takes practice swings for 30 minutes while a video camera records each drive, chip, and tap-in. Within 24 hours of the session, a PGA professional takes a close look at the recording and offers his expertise via a follow-up virtual lesson, complete with specific drills to correct improper techniques, such as basketball-style dunking. After practicing the drills, the player may submit two more recordings for additional follow-up virtual lessons, ensuring that game-injuring issues heal completely.
Basic membership with Golf Swing Exchange is free, and includes access to its stats tracking, golf tips, and tee-booking system. Golfers can also upgrade for a fee to receive virtual lessons or advanced golf instruction.
Originally arising in medieval France, court tennis—otherwise known as "real tennis"
(which means "royal tennis")—is the ancestor of all modern racket games. One of only 11 court-tennis locations in the United States, Prince's Court lets sportsmen and -women rediscover the classic sport of kings. In private lessons, instructors go over the niceties of the highly strategic game, covering such unusual rules as service, which must bounce off an overhang known as the penthouse. Members can also rent the asymmetric rackets until they purchase their own and take advantage of club matchmaking, pairing them against opponents of similar skill.
In a newly renovated fitness center with polished hardwood floors and expansive windows, the exercise experts at Dancing Mind welcome students of all ages and fitness levels as they combine physical practice with meditation to strengthen bodies and minds. Here, students have more than 100 weekly classes to choose from, including empowering yoga, sweat-kindling cycling classes, and body-sculpting CrossFit sessions. Yoga classes practice inside a studio equipped with special athletic flooring and heated up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, which helps detoxify the body and keep sinews limber for safer stretching. Students of every age, background, and experience levels are sure to find a yoga class to suit them: from Power Yoga, to the cardio- and weight-infused yoga of PowerSculpt, to the deep stretching and meditation of Yin Yoga, to Little Pretzels, a yoga class designed for young children. While instructors lead inspiring classes, assistants offer supportive adjustments to help students gain a better understanding of their bodies and poses.
Meanwhile, CrossFit classes gather in their own dedicated gym to challenge one another to the practice's high-intensity, functional movements?each one universally scalable to any fitness level or ability?in order to build strong, chiseled bodies. Cycling instructors get students' hearts pumping in the center's fully equipped studio for 45-, 60-, and 75-minute classes filled with invigorating music and carefully choreographed workouts. After class, guests can cool down in brand new showers and locker rooms, or lounge with new friends by the fireplace.
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