Savannah ATA buffs bodies and bolsters confidence with holistic fighting and defense classes centered around the ancient art of tae kwon do. Classes ($50 value/two weeks) help increase focus and self-esteem through a variety of exhilarating formats including karate for kids (up to age 13) and martial arts for adults. An experienced, safety-minded, and mostly uninvisible staff of instructors guides fighters through each group class, promoting perseverance and confidence and teaching awareness skills, and the included uniform ($40 value) gives force wielders the appropriate garb for their newfound skill set and Jedi–themed tea parties.
AOA Fitness, LLC fosters the development of healthy bodies and minds with guided fitness programs and sundry training equipment. Instructors lead small-group Hatha-yoga and Pilates sessions to encourage flexibility and relaxation. In the gym, visitors tailor their own exercise regimens around free weights, stationary cycles, and treadmills.
Champions Training Center ushers clients toward fitness-related and competitive goals with a comprehensive martial-arts curriculum—including classes in Brazilian jujitsu, muay thai, boxing, wrestling, and judo—as well as intense fitness and boot-camp courses. The center’s champion trainers impart expert knowledge and well-honed techniques to students of all skill and fitness levels, whether they’re looking for an edge in competitive combat, a boost in self-defense skills, or the ability to deal out vigilante justice to acerbic street magicians. The center also administers sweat-wringing conditioning routines through its fitness and kickboxing classes as well as its calorie-conflagrating boot camps.
At Arts For Fitness, students can take tae kwon do, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and yoga classes or go at their own pace in the 24-hour gym facilities. Highly experienced teachers lead the classes in a fun, welcoming environment. For instance, the studio's yoga instructor, Chi, has been practicing and teaching yoga since the 1990s and has studied under yoga masters Nicky Knoff and James Bryan.
Masters Studios trains students to defend themselves using the traditional styles of Shaolin Kempo karate, kung fu, jujitsu, and tai chi. After an introductory lesson, instructors pace students according to their skills in programs designed to heighten mental focus, improve strength and technique, develop responsive strategies, and build a healthy lifestyle. In addition to standard classes, the studio runs summer camps and maintains a list of its black belt team.
Simply Fit trainers conduct fitness sessions in a colorful studio, with bright blue walls, glittery mirrors, and leafy potted palms. The expert instructors stand atop a vibrant orange platform as they guide students through Zumba, kickboxing, and boot-camp workouts. The trainers also offer personal-training sessions, crafting exercise routines tailored to each client's unique abilities and goals. After workouts, their students can replenish with beverages and nutritious snacks at the smoothie bar.