The team at Life Lite Fitness Club is dedicated to helping women lose weight and live healthier lives. Their expert team accomplishes this through a combination of nutritional counseling, exercise programs, and positive reinforcement. Their primary tools are toning tables, which are designed to go through the motions of exercises with as little impact as possible.
Every student at Big Rock Yoga has one thing in common: a desire to change. Although individuals may vary in age, fitness, skill level, and intention, the community at Big Rock Yoga shares the common goal of seeking personalized self-improvement through yoga practice. To help students achieve their personal goals, the studio offers classes that vary in focus and intensity. Heated, Vinyasa-based sessions provide a dynamic and physically challenging practice that builds strength and stamina while fostering self-awareness. Additionally, the studio's slower paced Hatha classes emphasize deeper, sustained stretches that center thoughts while improving flexibility, balance, and range of motion.
Energetic trainers motivate students to tone sinews and amp up endurance in semiprivate yoga, Pilates, and fitness sessions atop IM=X Pilates' sleek hardwood floors. The studio's flexible schedule arms students with an arsenal of sweat sessions seven days a week. Lax muscles morph into more sculpted sinews during an IM=X Basic class as students tone hips, chisel abs, and buff up funny bones with intensive exercises on the studio's refined Pilates reformer, the Xercizer. Yogis flow through Vinyasa postures full-force in IM=X Yoga, which cultivates balance and coordination and tempers mental tension. Clients can opt to extend limbs into graceful pliés and elegant arabesques in the IM=X bar program, which lengthens limbs and fortifies lower-body strength. Alternatively, a fast-paced spin class sweeps swiftly pedaling fitness-philes on a stationary cycling journey to surge circulation, boost endurance, and pick up stationary tricycles from daycare.
Inches-A-Weigh’s weight-loss program for women melts away extra pounds with an effective three-phase program. For four weeks (a value of $49 per week for two of the weeks, plus a $199 enrollment fee—the cost of the other two weeks are waived), customers get access to the state-of-the-art weight-loss center. After individual figure analyses, phase one begins the calorie-cutting quest by introducing each client to a personalized, nutritionally sound eating program. During phase two, figures are shaped and squeezed via low-impact exercises that are easy on joints while being hard on flab, while phase three uses aerobic equipment to improve the cardiovascular system. Call to schedule an appointment and begin trimming the fat with Inches-A-Weigh.
As a combined yoga and skincare studio, Studio Lift serves as a calming oasis for both mind and body. Students of all skill levels travel to the studio with their mats, ready for sessions of meditative chanting, stretching, and inspiring music. Staff at the studio also furthers relaxation with massage and beautifies clients with waxing services.:m]]
After earning a degree in theater and dance at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Gina Thomas embarked on a nearly 30-year semi-professional career as a dancer. More than a decade of that time has been spent introducing children and adults to the art form and dispelling their misconceptions about the difficulty of dance. Today, she channels her dance experience into a fitness regimen: Barre Bootcamp. In one-hour sessions, the fitness program sends clients bounding back and forth between the ballet bar, where they stretch and tone lean muscles, and calorie-burning cardio workouts. With its focus on ballet technique, the fitness program may also help clients improve posture and balance.