Paul Rosenberg, Branden Collinsworth, and Anthony Allegrete achieved success quite literally through blood, sweat, and tears. Paul worked his way up in the fitness industry for more than 20 years, where he started as a personal trainer and eventually took the helm of Real Results Fitness. Branden overcame a poverty-stricken childhood marked by homelessness to become a trainer, businessman, and philanthropist. Anthony provides the company with a unique marketing strategy with his unique perspective. Despite their storied careers and busy schedules, visitors most often find the duo leading circuit-training classes in their downtown gym, sweating alongside their students.
The head trio isn't the only talent on staff. Master fitness trainers Sean Freitas and Heidi Masi lend their expertise to students as they lead circuit training, yoga, and personal-training sessions. Professional boxer Lonnie Smith gets hearts and fists pounding during fast-paced cardio-boxing classes. They supplement training with nutritional information and packaged meals from Paul's other entrepreneurial endeavor Real Meals, which helps clients adhere to a 12-week, health-focused eating plan. They also provide stretching sessions and massage work to help bodies recover from a hard workout, minor injury, or chronic stress. Real Results Fitness strives to encourage clients to make a lifestyle change with their multi-faceted approach to fitness.
Our program brings you quality and selection, allowing you to step confidently into practice. Regular yoga classes are 70 minutes long and are comprised of deep stretching, breath work, meditation, energy training, and Brain Wave Vibration. For more details on these please visit www.bodynbrain.com
Classes at the B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Center stretch, flex, and push yogis of all skill levels, from novices to bone-defying experts, to new heights of fitness and relaxation. Iyengar yoga combines a focus on muscle-reforming standing poses with breathing and tension relief techniques, creating classes that soothe mental and physical tensions with a two-bird stone of flexion. Individualized instruction makes sessions appealing to beginners and easily adjusted to match the skills of seasoned veterans—yoga teachers watch, adjust, and encourage each class member, utilizing props such as blocks and straps to tailor poses all students.
At Summerlin Yoga, teachers Martin Hinton, Liz Steers, Cristin Bartles, and Eddie Guerra boast certifications in yoga. They guide students through postures and breathing exercises in a room with brand new flooring, which helps to warm muscles and flush toxins from the body. Through regular practice of poses, students learn to stretch a host of muscles and ligaments in their bodies and reformat most of the microchips implanted in their brains. Students can partake in myriad types of classes, such as the physically demanding Vinyasa, the hot-room endurance of Tru Hot Pilates and Revitalize, or the cooler temperature alternative Yin Yoga Flow.
With a background as a performer in the Metropolitan Opera Ballet School and a bachelor's degree in education, Yoga Sanctuary founder Sherry Goldstein is armed with the right tools to unify the mind and body. She has spent the last 20 years teaching the art of yoga to students of all abilities, including cast members from The Rockettes and Cirque du Soleil, and those super flexible kids on the back of Twister boxes. Along with her staff, she teaches beginners to advanced-level students with a wide selection of classes, including the high-energy, flowing poses of Vinyasa and the more gentle forms of restorative and therapeutic yoga. They also host meditative candlelight sessions, which are designed to calm the mind and relieve stress, as well as workshops with guest speakers and yoga hikes through the Red Rock Canyon.
Bikram Yoga Las Vegas stands out from the Strip’s garish, neon tempest as a beacon of calm. Lungs feel as fresh and clean as a newly laundered spearmint leaf, thanks to an energy-efficient HVAC system that emits purified oxygen and tropical temperatures. Wireless sensors monitor humidity and carbon-dioxide levels, keeping yoga students comfortable as they rehearse the 26 hatha poses that foster strength, flexibility, and focus. Besides opening pores and flushing out pent-up toxins, the heat loosens muscles, helping pupils achieve deeper stretches than they might pull off at room temperature. Flotex eco-carpet shoos allergens as it cushions feet with a surface softer than a kitten wearing a velour tracksuit. After class, students can hit the private showers in elegant locker rooms complete with marble counters and a crystal chandelier.
Dr. King Rollins discovered the healing effects of yoga after three decades of competing in marathons and ultramarathons (100K) left severe wear on his muscles and joints. His experience as a chiropractor, certified Bikram instructor, and Olympic coach guides his transformative-posture sequences, which are designed to challenge entire physiques and reduce the risk of injury. With a team of certified instructors by his side, he implements these foundations in more than 120 hot or temperate classes each week, one class for each second it takes to lick an envelope in super-slow motion. The 7,000-square-foot space houses three studios with P.E.M. flooring that is easily sanitized and serves as a stage for hot-yoga, Pilates, and fitness classes, which include power Vinyasa and boot-camp classes.
Dr. Rollins also harnesses his 23 years of chiropractic experience as he performs complimentary injury evaluations and yoga-posture modifications onsite, ensuring that his clients don't strain wounded muscles. Before and after class, guests can visit the studio's smoothie shop, Fresh Mama's, to grab a healthy smoothie blended with fresh fruits and vegetables or a hearty salad or wrap.