"DASH" is an acronym for determination, attitude, strength and heart. Dash Fitness offers the most fun, challenging and worthwhile classes like Les Mills BODYCOMBAT™, BODYPUMP™, BODYSTEP™, BODYVIVE™, Zumba® and Yoga. Obsidian®, a DASH exclusive class, is the revolutionary workout that will tone your glutes, inner thigh and
Tiffany Crosswhite’s journey toward becoming a Pilates instructor began, oddly enough, at the Ice Capades, where the lights, music, and graceful glides inspired her to pursue a career as a professional ice skater. As this career progressed, she eventually became a coach for young skaters, constantly hunting for a form of exercise that would help them grow stronger without harming their developing bodies. Thanks to a gift certificate given to her by her mother, Tiffany discovered Pilates and quickly fell in love with the low-impact, powerful-results exercise. In fact, she was so head over heels that she opened her own studio.
Beneath a fun, globular chandelier, Tiffany infuses her Pilates routines with conditioning exercises drawn from her years of figure-skating training. She, along with her team of passionate instructors, help students tighten core muscles using mat exercises and the fleet of Pilates machines that line the walls, which include Reformers, Wunda Chairs, and bionic replicas of Joseph Pilates himself.
At 84 locations throughout the country, CorePower Yoga invites students to creative classes that meld movement, breathing, and music into entrancing routines to energize the body and mind. Signature CorePower Yoga classes lead students through dynamic, Vinyasa-style flows with demonstration and verbal cues, helping pupils of all experience levels tone core muscles and cultivate balance. During construction of all its new studios, CorePower Yoga strives to use recycled content, install eco-friendly and efficient mechanical systems, and ensure that any waste created doesn't end up in landfills or just piled in Mr. Henderson's garage.
Striving to embody the Sanskrit concept of Mudita—the altruistic joy that comes from seeing happiness in others—Carrie Coppola and staff lead classes that aim to bring bodies and minds in line with the ideals of compassion, sharing, and personal introspection. They welcome students from all backgrounds to embark on a trek through self-discovery—whether they are progressing through Power Vinyasa 2 poses or writing their memoirs by spelling out each letter with their arms and legs.
When not leading sessions, Carrie hands off the art's therapeutic benefits with her Healing Hearts Teacher Training, a course that readies yoga instructors to tutor those suffering from anxiety, PTSD, and other ailments. Carrie's students emulate her desire to give back through her Yogis Being Joy! program, volunteering at local organizations to aid the homeless and volunteer at area schools. When not leading sessions, Carrie hands off the art's therapeutic benefits with her Healing Hearts Teacher Training, a course that readies yoga instructors to tutor those suffering from anxiety, PTSD, and other ailments. Carrie's students emulate her desire to give back through her Yogis Being Joy! program, volunteering at local organizations to aid the homeless and volunteer at area schools.
Voted 2013's best yoga studio by City Weekly, Centered City Yoga's array of 24 different classes energizes stiff-bodied beginners and advanced astangis alike with yoga fundamentals, high-intensity yoga flow, and specialty disciplines. Led by teachers with diverse backgrounds, the classes aim to help students make use of the fundamental principles of yoga as tools to enrich everyday life. Classes are suitable for students of all levels, body types, and ages, from children and teens to pre- and post-natal mothers to seniors.The studio provides yoga mats but recommends that students bring their own.
Introduced to the community under the name Revolve Aerial Dance, Aerial Arts of Utah changed hands when the original owner moved back to her hometown. It passed to Annie Kocherhans and Deborah Eppstein, two longtime local business owners who loved the exercise form so much that they decided they had to keep the business alive. To help them, they assembled a team of teachers with a slew of qualifications that includes a degree from the New England Center for Circus Arts and a master of fine arts in modern dance.
Staffers teach nine classes in the aerial and semi-aerial arts, including courses that focus on the introductory basics, acroyoga, and aerial silks. They also teach the fundamentals to kids aged 7–12 and offer teen-specific classes that cover age-appropriate topics, such as learning how to gracefully catapult into the sunroof of Justin Bieber’s limo. When not instructing aspiring flyers in circus skills, the team performs in cities throughout Utah, demonstrating how to use the trapeze, silks, and the tippy lyra—also known as a flying hoop.