Flow Yoga has both a Leesburg studio and a recently opened Ashburn location. The Leesburg studio features hardwood floors, high ceilings, and lots of windows to let in natural light. It offers a warm, inviting atmosphere for yoga as well as a boutique for the purchase of mats, accessories, and other essentials. As for the Asburn location, a team of talented instructors helped design the new space to exact specifications. It boasts two different practice rooms: one for heated classes, the other for non-heated. It also pumps atmosphere through its oxygen air system, filling lungs with the most essential element for exercise or breathing fire. Both practice spaces receive tons of natural light that rewards bodies with vitamin D and the studio with a lower electricity bill.
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.