Gyms in Mooresville


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  • Lahiri Yoga Center
    Lisa Chappelle, known as Sati to her students and the yogis who taught her, opened Lahiri Yoga Center as an extension of her passion for yoga. In addition to earning a 500-hour teaching certification through Yoga Alliance, she logged more than 1,200 hours of traditional study and has even trained others to become instructors in their own right. She, and her staff, teach eight kinds of yoga classes tailored to all skill levels, with some sessions modified specifically for the elderly or injured. They also make extensive use of the teaching of Joseph Pilates, conduct mat exercise classes and using his signature apparatuses to enhance the core engagement and stretching of Pilates exercises.
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    155 Joe V. Knox Rd.
    Mooresville, NC US
  • Heat Fitness and Yoga Instruction
    Heat Fitness and Yoga Instruction emphasizes the role that exercise plays in supporting individuals' well-being. The studio opens its doors to visitors of all ages and fitness levels, encouraging them to explore the schedule of diverse fitness regimens. In addition to teaching traditional Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, the instructors introduce students to yoga styles that incorporate intense heat or aerial silks into the practice. Zumba workouts elevate heart rates and barre lessons create long, lean, toned muscles. By offering so many options, Heat Fitness and Yoga Instruction hopes to inspire its members to embrace a more active, healthier lifestyle.
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    736-B Brawley School Road
    Mooresville, NC US
  • GymONE
    If the boxing ring and punching bags don't give away GymOne's focus, the staff will. The gym's trainers include boxer and mixed-martial-arts fighter Timothy Parker, martial artist Paul Booe, and boxer Jared Robinson, a talented light welterweight who was ranked number two in his division by USA Boxing in 2008. Together, they manage an array of fitness programs for fighters and athletes alike, including boxing, boot camps, personal training, and grueling OneFit cross-training classes that are designed to improve athletic abilities such as strength and speed.
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    243 Rolling Hills Rd.
    Mooresville, NC US
  • Empower Fitness
    The personal trainers at Empower Fitness know the way to their clients' hearts: by assessing their heart rate monitors. As part of The Heartzone, each personal training client wears a heart monitor, which is used by the trainer to ensure every client is working out at a safe, results-oriented pace. This way, the heart rate guides when an exerciser should push harder, and when to hold back. Along with personal training, Empower Fitness also offers semi-private group training and Warrior Bootcamp, held every Friday morning.
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    105 Singleton Road #101
    Mooresville, NC US
  • Fit Avenue
    Fit Avenue's founder and owner Molly pursues fitness from just about every angle, and encourages her students and staff to do the same. Of the 12 types of group fitness classes held at the gym, she regularly leads five of them, ranging from Zumba to Body Rock boot camp. Her skills are also put to use as a personal and small group trainer, where she cooks up original workout routines to help people meet their goals, and she also coaches running classes. She also conducts iFIT workshops, a 12-week program designed to help people make a permanent change in their lifestyle such as cutting out unhealthy foods like chips and the bag they came in.
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    1201 Pine Street
    Mooresville, NC US
  • Curves
    At Curves, exercisers of all fitness levels move around a circuit of hydraulic-resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage machine-maneuvering and muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks, filling medicine balls with medicine, and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines account for different body weights and fitness levels to create resistance that matches one's abilities, which thereby decreases the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
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    463 E Plaza Dr
    Mooresville, NC US
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