Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Pro Tip: We help your best be better
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fitness Boxing
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
The certified trainers at F3 Fitness say they're "in the business of changing lives." That's because they work to help each of their clients achieve customized, tangible results, whether the desired outcome is weight loss, gained muscle tone, or simply better health. Believing that everyone should have access to affordable personal training, F3 Fitness offers one-on-one sessions in their fitness center, stocked with functional fitness equipment such as heavy punching bags, free weights, and kettlebells. Clients work out in a motivating and laid-back environment, and feel encouragement to realize goals with a supportive trainer and body-building alter-ego.
A hair studio, yoga den, and holistic wellness center might seem like a unique combination, but it makes perfect sense to founders Holly Williams and Angela Cronk. Both come from work backgrounds in beauty services and maintain personal lifestyles that emphasize holistic wellness—creating the roots of their center that combines the best of both worlds. At Hagoyah, they’ve assembled a team of stylists, massage therapists, yoga instructors, and life coaches that provides just those things to all of their clients and students, helping them achieve a personal balance between the physical and mental.
On a regular day at Hagoyah, a massage therapist soothes muscles with various techniques, and elsewhere instructors move through relaxing yoga poses within heated rooms. Aestheticians create their own facial products for clients, and stylists with John Paul Mitchell and other credentials cut and color hair to complement their clients’ looks. The services don't stop at the studio, though. Life coaches and nutritional coaches are also on hand to help clients make lifelong positive changes that can bolster their health inside and out.
Pilates instructors helm classes that include mat-based sessions and Pilates circuits, stocking their studio with reformers, chairs, and other equipment designed to help students get the most out of the core-strengthening and posture-aligning movements. The precision-barre teachers, meanwhile, tap into dance backgrounds as they lead groups through limb-lengthening workouts inspired by ballet classes and Stretch Armstrong?s exercise tapes from the '80s. They also offer Precision Fab 5 classes, Fat Blast Reformer classes, workshops, and more.
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At City Gym, exercisers don't just build healthy bodies, they cultivate community by sharing their goals and cheering each other to the finish line. To facilitate this process, certified personal trainers corral them in the studio's classrooms, which brim with calorie-torching cycling routines, core-toning Pilates movements, and boot camps that pair cardio and calisthenics with constant motivation. Trainers also lead one-on-one sessions that revolve around specific objectives such as losing weight or boosting energy levels. In the gym, plate-loaded weight machines and Life Fitness elliptical trainers foster enough strength and stamina to give a piggyback ride to a full-grown warthog. After sweating sessions, exercisers can retire to the spa-like locker room, where hot showers rinse away sweat and stress.
The instructors at Yoga Patch embrace inclusiveness, leading classes for children, adults, and families. Youngsters learn the asanas while making noises as they pose, adolescents try partner exercises that build teamwork, and adults learn to drop stress during meditation and DMV line reenactments. For patrons who have difficulty standing, the staff leads chair yoga sessions that increase balance and flexibility with supportive props. They also schedule Pay What You Can classes, further demonstrating their belief that anyone should be able to practice yoga, regardless of build or budget.