Equipment: None. Just a dance studio with soft floors.
Students should bring: Water bottle and towel
Average class length: Less than 30 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Free street parking
Pro Tip: Please make sure to remove shoes and wear socks in class so our floors can stay clean.
The purveyors of Oasis wanted to create a space where women could work out together in a pressure-free and rewarding environment. By outfitting the health club with rowers, step mills, and ellipticals, as well as a daycare, spacious locker rooms, and an infrared sauna, they brought that space to fruition. They also stocked it with a team of fitness experts, many with degrees and certifications in the field. That crew fosters a positive attitude while leading classes such as Pilates and Zumba, or personal-training sessions that can prep members for long-distance runs away from donuts. Events such as boot camps and self-defense courses are designed specifically with women in mind, while their nutrition programs round out plans for total fitness.
After a long career as a professional dancer, Rhonda Fentry now helps students nurture and care for their bodies through personal care and lively group classes. Transferring some of the knowledge she learned studying with instructors, including Ruth Page, Joel Hall, and Gus Giordano, Rhonda and her fellow instructors teach students of all ages to explore and strengthen their bodies through Pilates, Zumba, yoga, and dance classes. Rhonda can also work one-on-one to craft a detailed personal-training program tailored to each student's goals, schedule, and fitness level.
From the moment she was born in Rome, Tiziana?who puts the T in Pilates by T?has dedicated her entire life to fitness. In 1991, she graduated from Italy's University of Physical Education before immigrating to the United States. In her new country, she encountered Pilates for the first time, and after 16 years as a student and eventual teacher, it remains her favorite form of exercise.
Certified in classic power Pilates instruction, Tiziana utilizes both mat work and reformer machines to aid her students in sculpting long, lean muscles. The exercises performed in her group classes and personal-training sessions focus on strengthening the core first and foremost, and the body gradually enjoys increased flexibility and improved posture. She keeps class sizes to a minimum to ensure personal attention to each student, to provide easy access to equipment, and to avoid frightening skittish Pilates mats.
We are a health & fitness studio that focuses primarily on personal training. All our programs are designed from three basic areas: 1. what the physical tolerances, abilities, structure and preferences of the client are, 2. what the unique chemistry of the client is, and 3. how the client thinks and handles stress.
More than a decade ago, K9 Fit Club founder Tricia Montgomery admitted it to herself: She and her dog were both overweight. They set out to lose weight together, and after dropping more than 130 pounds, Montgomery created K9 Fit Club to share her success with others. The curriculum is focused on joint dog-and-owner workouts—the core classes include games of fetch, obstacle courses, and cardio exercises, and others cover tai chi and dancing. The success of Montgomery's program has captured the attention of The Biggest Loser producer David Broome, who will bring Montgomery's program to reality TV in 2014.