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  • Bikram Hot Yoga Midwest
    Equipment: Yoga mats and towels for rental Students should bring: Bath towel and a yoga mat Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60?90 minutes Number of Staff: 5?10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2012 Pro Tip: Come with an open mind and no fear. We work with beginners every day. Q&A with Jessica Rask, Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? Our school is a warm, loving place with a great community. We encourage students to get to know each other so they are more likely to come practice together. We also offer both 60- and 90-minute classes, so if a student can only find an hour in the day, he or she can still take a class. We love what we do, and that excitement often inspires our students. Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility? We are planning to open a juice bar in the fall, where we'll serve cold-pressed juice?the healthiest form of delivery for nutrients to your body. The juice is never heated and no preservatives are used, ensuring the juice is the highest quality possible. Do you run your gym according to a particular exercise philosophy? We believe that every body can practice our yoga, whether injured or uninjured, sick or well, old or young. There is no judgement from our staff or students about where you are when you begin. There is always a place to start, and never a place to finish. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Please contact us with questions if you have a specific injury. We can help no matter what. Read a Groupon Guide article about Yoga that mentions Jessica Rask here.
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    3121 South Grand Boulevard
    St. Louis, MO US
  • St. Louis Fitness and Wellness Group
    For the staff at Flex Fitness Studio the goal is to show people how to get in shape and stay there. Certified personal trainers Brian Byrd, Stan Jackson, Shanika Ell, and Van Becker schedule boot-camp classes at parks throughout the area to get clients toward their fitness goals, be they losing weight, increasing athletic ability, or getting yelled at in an encouraging way. For postworkout guidance, certified health coach Michelle Murphy shares tips on making healthy diet and lifestyle choices that will boost the effectiveness of workouts and maintain their healthful results.
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    3139A South Grand Boulevard, Suite 201
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Urban Breath
    To join a class at Urban Breath Yoga is to join a family of fellow students and encouraging mentors. The studio's blog tells you just how tight-knit the community is: birth announcements alternate with featured member bios, and the vibe is always congratulatory. And, far from being isolated, the group seeks out new practitioners with lessons that cater to yoga beginners. There's a yoga basics class that covers the fundamentals of hatha poses, a beginner series that meets for four weeks, and even a free two-hour intro session. From these classes, students can progress to more advanced hatha and vinyasa techniques, such as inversions and folding your mat into an origami swan. The studio also hosts specialty workshops on prenatal yoga, as well as teacher-training classes, children's classes, and immersive yoga weekends.
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    4237 Manchester Ave.
    St. Louis, MO US
  • North Broadway Jiu Jitsu
    Bryan Guidry and Dave Burke lead students of all levels and ages through a variety of martial-arts classes. They teach students the grappling maneuvers of Brazilian jujitsu, the throwing moves of judo, and the kneeing and elbowing of kickboxing.
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    2222 S Vandeventer Ave.
    St. Louis, MO US
  • The Lab Gym
    Justin Thacker, the muscle-bound founder of The Lab Gym, uses the same principles that motivated him through 20 years of weightlifting experience to spur on and cultivate a community of health-conscious exercisers at his modern, glass-walled gym. His team of expert trainers leads guests through group fitness classes that turn bodies into granite sculptures through a series of weightlifting routines and the crystallization of magma. Patrons can coax coy muscles from epidermal hideouts with free weights, dumbbells, squat racks, and an expansive cardio circuit, all accessible to members by keycard 24 hours a day. For custom guidance, guests can pair up with a personal trainer or can sign up for the structured Laser weight-loss program, a regimen designed to blast off pounds with a laser focus but without actual lasers.
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    3684 Forest Park Avenue
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Watson Martial Arts
    Self-defense, a new hobby, a future career in MMA competition?there are many reasons a person might set foot into Watson Martial Arts for the first time. But chances are the decision has something to do with the studio's talented team of instructors, who boast a resume that other martial artists can only hope to punch apart in envy. Take head jiu-jitsu and MMA instructor Kyle Watson for instance. A veteran of UFC competitions, Kyle has traveled the globe to train and enter competitions, picking up numerous medals for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu along the way. He even made it to the semi-finals on season 12 of The Ultimate Fighter. Things start much simpler than all that, of course. Watson Martial Arts' programs begin with fundamental classes, and students of any skill level should be able to find an appropriate class on the schedule. But whether for beginners or advanced students, each class tends to follow roughly the same pattern: a brief warm-up period, an instructor demonstration, some guided drills, and, finally, a period of intense practice, perhaps even with opponent resistance.
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    3942 Laclede Ave
    St. Louis, MO US
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