Over the years, George and Amy Corso have racked up their fair share of fitness certifications. While some of those credentials overlap—such as the ones that designate them as personal trainers—others do not. George is authorized as a strength-and-conditioning specialist; Amy holds rank as a level-three Spinning instructor. At CORSO, the duo fuses these areas of expertise into a comprehensive collection of fitness opportunities. They conduct TRX training sessions, intense cardio-circuit workouts, and rounds of indo-row—a fast-paced class that captures the elements of on-water rowing, just without all the pirates blowing past on stolen jet skis. Joining the Corsos, yoga instructor Dana Lucas helps exercisers heal with accessible and fun yoga classes.
Tadasana Yoga Studio's instructors specialize in two general forms of yoga: hot and hatha. In truth, though, they each have their individual areas of expertise, which they share in classes for all skill levels. Some instructors teach a range of styles that include Baptiste yoga, Warm Power yoga, and Open yoga. Others teach an intense variation of hatha yoga known as jivamukti, which involves hands-on alignment adjustments from the instructor as well as creative sequences.