Classes in New Monterey


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Sultry red hanging lights decorate Ms. Tryss Boutique's ceiling, spotlighting the racks of sensual cocktail dresses and lingerie that stand alongside cubed shelves of glittering high heels. Past the rows of flirty merchandise, a curtained threshold leads to a private, 1,000-square-foot dance studio equipped with 12 spinning and stationary poles. Here, instructors helm advanced and intermediate pole-dancing fitness classes designed to tone muscles, burn fat, and boost confidence. The shop also rents out this studio space for private parties, where up to 50 guests can don heels and their most sensual porkpie hats for evenings of pole-dancing instruction and open practice.
639 Lighthouse Ave
Monterey,
CA
US
Snap Fitness 24-7, bustling with cardio and strength-training gear, throws open the doors to its state-of-the-art facilities 24/7. Before exercisers put sneaker to treadmill or lift their first weight, personal coaches meet with them to talk about their fitness goals before suggesting a personalized fitness plan based on each client's strength, and cardio condition. The gym keeps members motivated with regular check-in calls and demystifies healthy eating with custom online meal plans designed by nutritionists.
399 Lighthouse Ave.
Monterey,
CA
US
Signature service: Introduction to fused glass classes Established: 2001 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Pro Tip: One-of-a-kind fused glass art and sand art by David Alcala
125 Ocean View Boulevard
Pacific Grove,
CA
US
Master Pilates Instructor Meg Sullivan has used Pilates to help heal and train a diverse clientele that includes Navy SEALs, senior citizens, and joint-replacement patients. The former gymnast and Division I lacrosse star provides private, hands-on lessons that help develop long, lean muscles and improve joint functioning. Megan and her team lead sessions in her intimate studio full of Pilates apparatus. The studio is set up for one on one attention for its students so that Pilates-goers may focus on movements without distractions from other classes simultaneously in progress.
157 Grand Ave Ste #104
Pacific Grove,
CA
US
Leo Sidorenko and Olga Agafonova started dancing at age six. They were teaching dance by the ages of 14 and 15. After an international competitive dancing career, they have opened their own studio in order to teach others the art of ballroom dancing. They offer a variety of techniques such as tango, swing, salsa, and waltz, and offer classes for students of all levels from casual wedding dances to professional competitors.
205 17th St
Pacific Grove,
CA
US
The staff members at Diversified Soft Tissue Therapy have several means of relieving bodily aches and improving athletic performance. However, they typically don't prescribe anything until they've performed a postural analysis, which uses high-tech software to help chart the course of each client's treatment. Treatments may include anything from a soothing massage to Pilates classes, which strengthen the core and lengthen muscles. The staff is also there for clients outside of the office: they provide them with custom home-care plans, which include tutorials and access to a personalized video library for all of the information they'll need to maintain results on their own.
620 Lighthouse Ave., Suite 120
Pacific Grove,
CA
US
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