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At Bumbershoot Aerial Arts, instructors guide students through a wide array of suspended workouts, from strengthening trapeze-and-silks classes to ones where pupils use hoops, ropes, or even chains to lift them off the ground. After -spending hours exercising in midair, students can train to be on the next mission to outer space, or stay in this atmosphere and gain the upper-body strength required to be a successful aerial artist.
2200 Gravois Avenue
St. Louis,
MO
US
With mindful instruction and loving attitudes, Marbles Yoga Studio's certified yoga teachers support each student on their journey to emotional, physical, and spiritual health and wellness. Studio owner Elizabeth Callahan has studied under celebrated yogis such as John Friend and Seane Corn and taught students ranging from multisport athletes to beginners. The studio's class schedule reflects Elizabeth and her fellow instructors’ diverse experience in many yoga styles, offering patrons vigorous Vinyasa flows, strengthening power classes, and soothing, slower-paced restorative classes. Regular workshops scheduled on weekends delve into individual practices, combining meditative exercise with such creative pursuits as painting or using magic markers to fill out tax forms.
1908 Cherokee St
Saint Louis,
MO
US
More than a century ago, the architects of The Lemp Brewery complex faced a problem: how should they keep their beer cold? Refrigerators weren't yet around, and it'd be too difficult to tow an iceberg down from the Arctic. Their solution: going 100 feet underground, where old caves were naturally cool... or so they thought. In fact, the chilly air here wasn't caused by lack of sunlight?it was the result of an ancient curse. Today, visitors can still tour the subterranean brewery, now appropriately known as the Abyss. It's hardly abandoned. Around every turn waits a new monster, none of whom are friendly enough to offer any complimentary growlers. The Abyss is just one of Scarefest's three chilling destinations. Creepyworld houses 12 attractions, including a series of mazes filled with everything from burning cars to ravenous zombies. In another part of town, a haunted house known as The Darkness plunges visitors into a world of terror. In its two-decade history, the haunted house has even shown up on national TV, which is not too bad a gig for a place infested by deranged clowns.
3500 Lemp Ave.
Saint Louis,
MO
US
At South Broadway Athletic Club, you can enjoy a classic American burger or sandwich. Low-fat is not a term South Broadway Athletic Club throws around but delicious is! South Broadway Athletic Club is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties. Casual dining at its best, South Broadway Athletic Club customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. For the tastes of South Broadway Athletic Club from the comfort of your next party, the restaurant also offers catering services. Diners that drive to dinner will find street parking readily available at South Broadway Athletic Club's S 7th St address. Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at South Broadway Athletic Club running under $30 per person. It's strictly cash-only at South Broadway Athletic Club, so make a trip to the ATM first.
2301 S 7th St
Saint Louis,
MO
US
Yoga can be a way of finding higher purpose and meaning in life. Certified Jivamukti yoga instructor Alba Creales certainly thinks so?she quit law school in order to found her own studio, Swan River Yoga. There, she and her talented team of instructors help their students achieve balance and find their center through classes in various yoga styles, from physically challenging Power Vinyasa yoga to bhakti yoga, which focuses on opening the heart.
2839 Cherokee Street
St. Louis,
MO
US
Certified in CrossFit, Strongman, and Olympic lifting, experienced owner Andrew Essig leads the team at CrossFit Gambit. Together they teach the CrossFit system to enhance all 10 fitness factors, including endurance, strength, speed, and agility. Through intense exercises that employ functional movements while using a variety of weights and tools, instructors prep their charges for every kind of physical activity—from sports to work-related activities to daily chores, such as hammer throwing an empty gallon of milk into the recycling bin. They keep everyone engaged through positive reinforcement and team spirit, and they change up routines daily to avoid the drag of repetition.
711 Soulard St.
St Louis,
MO
US
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