Lily-Rygh Glen wears many hats. She is a flexibility coach, a yoga teacher, a personal trainer, and the owner of Flexible Fitness. There, her diverse fitness background shows during personal-training sessions. Held at either Loprinizi's Gym or an outside location, a typical session may include weightlifting exercises, Thai massage, yoga, body-weight intervals, and boxing drills such as running around Mike Tyson 10 times fast.
We teach and train the Indonesian martial art of Poekoelan Tjimindie Tulen. For 30 years we have provided professional, inspirational instruction that has enriched the lives of thousands of students. Training increases the student's mental and physical capacity. It develops positive energy and compassion.
Welcome to Bridgetown Aikido. We are the place for you to start your Aikido training in Portland, Oregon. Aikido is a non-aggressive martial art, based on the principle of blending with an attack and redirecting it, instead of harming or injuring one's opponent.
Classes at the Portland Shaolin Center introduce people of all experience levels to the 1500 year old martial arts of Shaolin Kung Fu. The training includes physical conditioning, Internal and External Styles, Animal Styles, Empty Hand and Weapons forms, meditation, sparring, Ch'i Kung and T'ai Chi Chuan.
When Bill Bradley began teaching martial arts in 1989, the term "MMA" hadn't even entered the lexicon. But whatever he might have called the high-energy blend of striking and grappling, he excelled at it. Today, Bradley shares his expertise at Alive MMA as both owner and instructor.
The facility aims to provide the ideal workout space for martial arts practitioners, combining 3,000 square feet of mat space with an MMA cage, a regulation-sized boxing ring, and 10 heavy bags. Next door, a complete CrossFit gym features practical equipment for ever-changing workouts. But the focus on fitness doesn't exclude comfort?Alive MMA also houses a sauna and therapeutic massage room for post-exercise relaxation and pre-exercise pep talks.
“We focus on all of our individual students, not just our competitors,” said instructor Jeff Patterson when describing what sets Northwest Fighting Arts apart from other gyms. At Northwest, students can take any of the gym’s classes or customize a package to suit their needs. Instructors specialize in popular martial-arts forms such as muay thai kickboxing, Brazilian jujitsu, and boxing, and they also offer harder-to-find styles such as jeet kune do and kali/eskrima. Though martial-arts classes themselves can provide an intense workout, Northwest Fighting Arts also has strictly fitness classes such as interval training and circuit training.