Gyms in Prince Albert


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  • California Fitness
    With fitness programs for women of all sizes, ages, and ability levels, Ladies California Fitness makes it hard to avoid the gym. The staff maintains a philosophy that fitness should be fun rather than grueling, which they translate in practice by greeting members with smiling faces and pairing them with certified personal trainers.
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    142 S Industrial Dr
    Prince Albert, SK CA
  • Yoga Downtown
    Owner Jan Henrikson has travelled Europe, the U.S., and Canada to absorb the yoga teachings of renowned masters, earning her certification in the Hatha style of Jivamukti. Since then, she has established herself in Saskatoon as a yoga expert who accepts all skill levels. Subscribing to Woody Allen's belief that "80 per cent of success is just showing up," she encourages anyone, regardless of their experience, age, or build, to immerse themselves in the welcoming curriculum at Joos Yoga. Jan's team of instructors lead classes in several styles, including Yin yoga, pre- and postnatal yoga, and Vinyasa flow. During every session, they foster a no-pressure atmosphere, often commingling beginners and advanced participants in many classes. Furthermore, they intentionally keep class sizes small to ensure students receive personalized attention and have enough room to expand their consciousness without bumping into someone else's pneuma. Joos Yoga also spreads an appreciation for the limbering arts through corporate programs and teacher-training courses, whose standards exceed those put forth by the Yoga Alliance.
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    609 Dufferin Avenue
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Positively Fit Personal Training
    Positively Fit Personal Training derives its name from the upbeat attitude of owner Amanda Stalwick, who has orchestrated dozens of transformations during her 25 years as a certified personal trainer and triathlon coach. Stalwick tailors fitness programs to clients of all ages and skill levels, including teens, seniors, and adults who've never set foot in a gym or wrestled with a bear's overwhelming cuteness. Instead of focusing solely on the calorie burning, she balances strength and flexibility movements with exercises that bolster cardiovascular endurance. Personal-training sessions can take place at home, at work, outdoors, or at the PACE Athletic Training Centre. Group training often takes the form of boot camps, which bolster agility and core strength with tools such as kettlebells, yoga poses, and group runs. And during high-performance training sessions, Stalwick draws upon her Ironman experience to push athletes toward personal bests.
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    337 Edson Street
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Diekema Taekwondo
    Three-time tae kwon do world champion and current captain of Team Canada Clint Diekema has taught self-defence and fitness classes at Diekema Taekwondo for more than 14 years. The seasoned instructor categorizes each of his tae kwon do classes by age and belt to ensure that students train alongside others of the same skill level and Power Ranger preference. The 3,000-square-foot training centre's schedule also carves out time for women-only sessions. During classes, students run through a set of warm-up exercises before they can strap on gloves and practice their skills by striking padded shields with their hands and feet.
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    501 23 St. W
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Saskatoon
    Bridge City Fitness trainers Carla Little and Nathan Bogya believe that true fitness is a way of life, not just what you do inside the gym. To that end, they design personal training sessions to help participants chase their goals and boost their self-confidence, with spillover into the challenges of their everyday life. Both trainers also stay upbeat and positive as they encourage clients to tackle high-energy boot camps and kickboxing exercises or turn the other cheek to insults from mouthy tax returns.
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    2345 Millar Avenue
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Moksha Yoga Saskatoon Inc
    Moksha Yoga Saskatoon utilizes spacious, heated rooms to elongate limbs and calm the mind through strengthening postures. Pupils of all fitness levels can peruse the class schedule, which boasts daily 60- to 90-minute sweat-inducing sessions held in a space that reaches 37 degrees, the temperature at which Celine Dion ballads are written. Experienced Moksha-trained instructors guide gaggles of participants through flowing motions focussed on detoxifying the body, deepening breathing, and improving cardiovascular health. The facility’s eco-friendly and sustainable cork studio flooring gently supports joints to alleviate lower-back pain and prevent injury during post-yoga victory dances. Guests may ready themselves for heavy stretching in capacious dressing rooms and rinse off in one of multiple available showers.
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    619 1st Ave N
    Saskatoon, SK CA
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