Shine On Yoga welcomes bodies of all bend-abilities to stretch and strengthen in a variety of daily 45- to 90-minute classes. Beginners can discover inner bliss within level one sessions, during which certified instructors teach proper breathing and alignment techniques, and already practicing pretzels can twist into triangles of transcendence in level three.
Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Choreographed to today's hottest music, every Jazzercise class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn!
College Park Yoga's close-knit team of instructors enlivens inventive Ashtanga and power-yoga classes with enthusiastic guidance, playful poses, and occasional sprinkles of pixie dust. The studio's flexible schedule of classes allows students to cultivate holistic wellness during weekend classes, and their TV records Saturday-morning cartoons to use for stretching practice later. Crimson walls and glossy hardwood floors envelop yogis as they bend and stretch in classes such as the 90-minute Yoga Basics, where pupils flow through fundamental postures, incorporating calming breaths to foster relaxation. For a more fast-paced workout, Beginner Power Yoga bends muscles into Rajastic yoga poses, designed to increase body heat internally, which stimulates detoxifying perspiration and guards against unwelcome advances from flirty snowmen. The studio's Power Yoga session exhilarates pupils with methodical breathing and poses that help improve spinal alignment and mind-body balance more effectively than a felt hat trimmed with levels.
Dedicated to healthcare since 1995, Christine has filled her knowledge coffers with two degrees in the healing arts and extensive experience in acute critical cardiac care. Today, she spreads her skills through CPR, AED, and first-aid classes. For healthcare professionals, bankers, cooks, coaches, and pragmatic superheroes, she supplements her certification courses with on-site sessions specifically designed for the workplace. Other, more specialized classes, include a first-aid course for new parents and a babysitter boot camp designed to help children 11 years or older prevent and react to emergencies with their wards.
Quiet is the first stop on the road to inner peace, according to Ramona Crabtree-Falkner, owner of Ananda Center for Yoga and Massage, LLC. At her tranquil studio, clients engage in active modes of relaxation such as yoga and passive forms such as massage therapy and reiki. During private and group yoga instruction, students venture inward by pairing deep breathing and meditation with ancient poses that stretch and strengthen the body. One-on-one sessions propel yogis toward specific goals such as weight loss and injury recovery, and group classes build community while releasing recently acquired stress and eye rolls stored up since high school. Bodywork services spotlight therapies from around the world, including the long, gliding strokes of Swedish massage and the stretches and acupressure of Thai foot reflexology.