Yoga in Signal Hill


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  • Yoga World Studio
    Gabriel Hall, owner of Yoga World Studios, discovered yoga at the age of 19 while pursuing his degree in philosophy. Dr. Allen Arnette—already the clinical director of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Department—began studying yoga as a way of researching the role mental well-being plays in healing physical ailments. Katherine Ostrout studied dance science at Cal State Long Beach and turned to Pilates after a ballet injury laid her low. These three weave their diverse backgrounds into the rich tapestry of talent made up by Yoga World’s team of yogis. Having studied extensively in particular schools of yoga, instructors bring their individual training into the studio, focusing on disciplines that range from the physically challenging to mentally reflective, and include Iyengar, Ashtanga, Viniyoga, and Anusara. In addition to their regular yoga lessons, the Yoga World team also leads mat-Pilates classes, workshops, and private instruction. They use the art of yoga for healing in one-on-one sessions of Thai yoga therapy, which blends shiatsu massage with acupressure, or they coordinate beachside retreats full of yoga, surfing, and yoga-surfing.
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    5508 E Britton Dr.
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Pilates Plus
    Pilates Plus By Eden Sassoon's instructors lead group classes that augment the fundamental principles of Pilates with dynamic muscle workouts. The studio utilizes the SPX system, which adheres to Joseph Pilates' postural alignment and flexibility exercises as a foundation for improving muscular stamina, increasing cardio respiratory endurance, and accelerating metabolism. While helping students strengthen and tone bodies, specialized instructors infuse lessons with areas of their own expertise.
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    301 Pine Ave
    Long Beach, CA US
  • FreeSpirit Yoga
    The instructors at FreeSpirit Yoga lead a variety of classes that keep pace with students of all experience levels, from beginning yogis to 4-year-old kids already well versed in stretching toward the cupboards. In introductory-level sessions, teachers impart the simple poses and breathing techniques that springboard into higher-level disciplines, such as Sculpt n’ Core's blend of Pilates and strength training. An intense cardio workout set to Latin-inspired beats, Zumba sets hearts thumping and legs moving atop the studio's hardwood floors surrounded by lavender walls.
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    3910 Atlantic Avenue
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Ja Yoga
    Stepping into Ja Yoga feels almost like stepping into a jungle paradise, with plants spilling from their pots and energizing sunshine streaming in from a floor-to-ceiling window. It is within this relaxing space that Ja Yoga’s seven instructors, led by owner Mic Ja, teach three levels of classes: relaxing beginning classes, strengthening intermediate classes, and rigorous advanced classes. To offer their client's a range of options and class times, they hold classes 27 times per week in the bamboo-floored studios.
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    5525 E Spring St.
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Kava Yoga
    Kava Yoga's certified instructors sprinkle elements of Ayurveda into every class and workshop while helping yoginis of all flexibility levels balance the mind, the body, and the spirit. Selecting from an expansive schedule sorted by skill level, novices can build balance in a Flow 1 class, filled with breathing exercises and basic stretches, or try a Hatha 2 class, which challenges seasoned body benders, teaching them to arrange their chakras in alphabetical order. Gentle restorative yoga's soft music helps beginners to ease into yoga with candles lit along the studio wall, a practice that can be recreated more effectively at home with an aromatherapy candle than by filling the fireplace with air fresheners.
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    4005 E 4th St
    Long Beach, CA US
  • CrossFit Modern
    The coaches at CrossFit Modern encourage senior citizens and professional athletes to perform the same exercises. That may sound impossible, but it actually speaks to a core tenet of CrossFit as a sport. Every exercise they lead during a given Workout of the Day (WOD) is scalable, meaning each participant is doing the same exercise, just adjusted for duration or load in accordance with his or her fitness level. Ultimately, the coaches ask only that their charges push themselves and one another through the varied exercises to reap long-term benefits such as increased strength, flexibility, and endurance. And to stave off boredom, their high-intensity routines are never the same. For example, one day, they might motivate students to do push-ups and pull-ups, and the next, they might encourage them to dead lift weights and toss medicine balls, which is known to cure the common cold. The trainers complement CrossFit training with programs such as yoga and CardioFit.
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    1180 North Studebaker Road
    Long Beach, CA US

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