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  • Yoga Center of California
    Before yoga was a household activity and people meditated to guard their minds from computers' thought-control beams, Yoga Center of California was already teaching students a relaxed approach to yoga. Within the center?established more than four decades ago?instructors who have all trained for at least five years under internationally renowned guru Ramakrishna Ananda demonstrate time-honored poses and emphasize meditation techniques from each yogic style to help students find the technique that suits them best. These professors of flexibility also guard pupils against strain as they find each group's comfort zone, showing them how to relax a pose and modify positions to match skill levels. In each class, such as Hatha, Chinese, or prenatal yoga, two instructors introduce the philosophy of yoga while training participants in asanas and meditation. Yoga Center of California also teaches a variety of meditation techniques including mindfulness meditation
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    445 East 17th Street
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Cardio Barre Costa Mesa
    Few professionals can credit Flashdance with rerouting the course of their career. In fact, Richard Giorla could be the only one. The unconventional dance moves he saw in the film motivated the former Pennsylvania Ballet Company member to hit the streets of his new home, Manhattan, and learn breakdancing from dancers at the heart of the movement, trading his own dance expertise as payment. Richard’s career was in full swing when, struck with an injury, he started teaching a ballet-barre class. Though he appreciated its stretching and toning components, Richard craved a more aerobic workout. So he created his own solution—Cardio Barre. The unique workout consists of high-energy, zero-impact movements that sculpt the long, slender body of a dancer without a student ever having to step foot in a traditional dance studio. As they balance on the ballet barre, or whichever classmate is closest, pupils direct all their focus to one muscle group at a time, while the entire body stays in motion for maximum fat burning. His approach’s pudge-busting abilities have made the fitness method a favorite of many health magazines and celebrities Allyson and Rob Carrier have always dreamed of owning their own business— so when Allyson started taking Cardio Barre classes, Rob took note as he saw her body change and heard her talk about how great she felt because of the class. When they moved to Costa Mesa in 2010, they decided to bring Cardio Barre to Orange County with their own studio.
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    369 E 17th St
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Pierce Street Annex
    Your taste buds are calling for some down home American cooking from Pierce Street Annex. Pierce Street Annex worries about making delicious food, not counting calories. Complete your meal with the perfect glass of wine or beer from Pierce Street Annex's drink list. Just around the workday bend are Pierce Street Annex's happy hour food and drink bargains. Score quick and easy seating for your large group at Pierce Street Annex. Weather permitting, come enjoy a wonderful meal outside at Pierce Street Annex. Pierce Street Annex also features a DJ and dancing. Crowds tend to pack the place on weekends, so call ahead to reserve a table. Shake off the stiff workday duds at Pierce Street Annex — attire is casual. Throwing a big party? Count on Pierce Street Annex to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use. Most items on the menu are reasonably priced, so expect to spend around $30 per person at Pierce Street Annex.
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    330 E 17th St
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • YAS
    What makes it great: Yoga for Athletes classes designed to help increase performance, indoor cycling classes that deliver an intense cardio workout set to music, and signature YAS classes that combine both yoga and cycling into one hour-long hybrid workout
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    291 E 17th St
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Beach Cities Krav Maga Family Self Defense Centers
    Krav maga is one of the fastest growing self-defense training programs in the world, and for good reason. The official martial-arts system of the Israeli Defense Forces is based on the idea that anyone?no matter the size or physical build?can successfully defend their own life. The certified instructors at Beach Cities Krav Maga are serious about helping students learn effective self-defense techniques. Aside from standard classes for adults and children, they teach specialized courses in women's self-defense and police and military defense. There are even fitness classes that use disciplines such as kickboxing as a jumping-off point for a punishing workout. At the spacious and functional facility, bags hang from the ceiling and mirrors line the walls, helping to keep students in proper form as they learn to punch, jab, and steal their opponents' noses.
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    281 E 17th St
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Pure Barre
    Watching some of the lithe women coming out of Pure Barre classes, it's easy to believe that they've been ballet dancers their whole lives. But that's not necessarily the case. Pure Barre's instructors stress that the workout requires zero dance experience, and they say that as long as you can hold onto the bar and quote Center Stage verbatim, you can participate in the classes. Because small isometric movements are performed in the classes, women of all shapes, sizes, and ages can take a Pure Barre class. These small movements work each muscle to fatigue, and then stretch it back out, which creates the lean lines dancers are known for. The movements also work areas of the body many women struggle with, including the abs, butts, thighs, and arms, and they burn fat?all without putting excessive stress on the joints.
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    234 E 17th St
    Costa Mesa, CA US

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