Though we offer fitness for the whole family. Fabulous U2 caters to women and everything in their lives. Families, relationships, significant others, new friends, and the fabulously sexy woman within each of them. We teach our students to relax, have fun and mentally de-stress through various forms of dance and movement.
Inside the fireplace lit boutique studio Village Yoga, teachers guide students in a warm and heated room. Those available to instruct are yoga-devotees, priding themselves on the tranquil and empowering atmosphere of their studio. Among the styles they teach are ashtanga yoga, or power yoga, which has students fluidly morphing from posture to posture without pause, and vinyasa yoga, which is a sequence of postures using one breath and one movement. They also offer restorative yoga, or inactive yoga, which uses accessories like blocks and straps to release tension without causing physical strain, and yin yoga, a practice that emphasizes six movements of the spine and postures being held for a minimum of three minutes. The studio also hosts Recovery Yoga classes, which help participants deal with their addictions. As well as they now offer Plus Size Yogas.
The lotus flower seems to do the impossible?it rises from the mud and murk to bloom into something beautiful. The owner of Little Lotus, Heather Cutlip, encourages her clients to assume the same mindset as that flower, keeping themselves firmly grounded while reaching toward their wellness goals.
As a licensed massage therapist and certified reiki practitioner, Heather offers bodywork services that help alleviate pain and induce relaxation, including Swedish, shiatsu, and reflexology massages. She also leads wellness workshops that cover a variety of topics, from meditation and essential oils to baby massage, which can help infants get rid of their gas, colic, and desire to constantly hang out with you.
At Yoga Shelter, you won't hear esoteric chants echoing through the halls or meditation music reverberating from rock-shaped speakers. That's because founder Eric Paskel wants to make yoga accessible for all students, whether they're searching for inner peace or a more toned bod. Hip hop, dance, soul, chill, contemporary, and classic music accompanies all classes, ranging from Yoga Rocks, which focuses on sequenced postures, to Fusion, a blend of faster- and slower-moving classes. There is no hierarchy of classes; each 60- to 75-minute session is open to all skill levels. As Paskel himself puts it on his about page, ?What's different about us is that we admit we have issues, we know we have work to do?if you can relate to that, you'll love this place.?
Yogi Jason Schramm, inspired by the daily struggles of the city he loves, named his yoga school in its honor. Within the school’s three locations, he draws upon more than 10,000 hours spent teaching to show students how to find inner peace and use it to effect change. The instructors use ancient yoga poses to propel pupils inward, and Schramm lets subtle influences from his martial arts training shine through in some courses. Ashtanga classes summon sweat with vigorous poses that build strength and flexibility, and Vinyasa techniques weave movement, stillness, and deep breathing into a fluid sequence that changes daily.
Before Rebecca became the owner of Shanti Yoga, she spent 13 years in the financial industry. Now she fuses her practical knowledge with her love of yoga to help others gain peace in their minds and their wallets. While drawing on her background in Sivananda yoga, Rebecca––a Yoga Alliance instructor––helms a team of teachers who lead classes inside a quaint red-brick building. The instructors help pupils forge healthy minds and bodies with Vinyasa, Agni, and Yin yoga techniques.