Fitness Classes in Downtown Tempe


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Expressing yourself is encouraged at lovelife studio, where instructors lead yoga, art, and movement classes. They welcome students to explore and discover new passions while building a sense of community. The studio also hosts bazaars, spotlights local artists, and stages live music events. All of this serves lovelife's mission: to inspire the community to live well and love life.
414 S Mill Ave #112
Tempe,
AZ
US
Focused on the connection between mental and physical wellness, the instructors at Pilates Sports and Fitness lead fitness classes small enough to focus on each individual, whether they're recovering from an injury or simply augmenting a healthier lifestyle with Pilates. During Pilates reformer and mat classes, participants use specially-designed equipment to help increase movement awareness, boost energy, and engage in a total-body aerobic workout. The studio also offers barre classes, TRX suspension, Zumba, and Yamuna body rolling.
1020 South Mill Avenue
Tempe,
AZ
US
TenPoint5's founders, Sarah Carlstrom and Christa McCormick, don't believe in the mythical perfect 10. Rather than focusing on attaining a certain weight or dress size, they stress the importance of constantly challenging yourself. This very idea is what prompted them to create their barre fitness workouts in the first place. Based on the Lotte Berk method, TenPoint5 classes blend barre moves with Pilates and yoga, intensifying the classic barre workout without setting the barre on fire. The intensity remains customizable, however—students can tailor moves to fit their fitness level.
725 S Rural Road, Suite 109
Tempe,
AZ
US
Students should bring: Large towel and water Average class length: 60?90 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Indoors only Registration required: No Good for beginners: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Please arrive 15 minutes before class time. Q&A with the Co-Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? We encourage clients to dedicate at least two weeks to consistently (three to four times per week) going to Sumits Yoga Tempe. That time frame allows them to feel and see some of the benefits of hot yoga. Do you run your gym according to a particular exercise philosophy? Take each class at your own pace?there is no competition and no judgement. Each person should listen to their own body and take breaks as needed during class. When and how did you first develop a passion for fitness? I discovered the gift of Sumits hot yoga several years ago. It changes your body for the better and serves as an excellent stress reliever to calm and refocus the mind.
920 East University Drive
Tempe,
AZ
US
With walls stretching to heights of 30 feet and more than 15,000 square feet of climbing surface, Phoenix Rock Gym is an impressive sight to behold. Seasoned instructors stand at the foot of ropes and bouldering walls, guiding clients of all ages who scamper up and down faces, cracks, arêtes, and chimneys within the comfort of a climate-controlled gym, safe from mountain goats that have developed a taste for human gym shorts. The gym's assortment of more than 50 courses accommodates all skill levels, from first-time climbers to the seasoned scalers of the Phoenix New Times. Staff members switch up holds and paint colors regularly to keep climbs from getting stale.
1353 E University Dr
Tempe,
AZ
US
Jim Keegan, the founder of Yoga Nirvana, draws on his studies in kinesiology and biomechanics to help visitors obtain inner peace and healthy bodies. Before opening his own studio, he served a nine-year stint as the head yoga teacher at Arizona State University and continues his teaching career through international workshops. Jim and his fellow instructors guide students through classes such as Ashtanga for beginners, Kundalini yoga, power yoga, and mediation. Sore students can ease their tired muscles by scheduling an appointment with the studio's licensed massage therapist. In addition to group classes, Jim offers private lessons and whisks pupils away on all-inclusive yoga retreats.
1801 S Jentilly Ln
Tempe,
AZ
US
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