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The Dance Collective's team of experienced instructors helps kids, teens, and adults learn a variety of dance styles. The experts lead classes such as Beginner Contemporary, which teaches turns, kicks, and other moves applicable to many types of dance. Beginner Latin, on the other hand, invites dancers each week to learn a different style, including salsa, cha-cha, and rumba. A clean facility complements these lessons; students have access to filtered water, fresh towels, and showers.
222 Post Rd W
Westport,
CT
US
Beryl Edelman of Well-Be Fitness draws from a stack of fitness and nutrition certifications to guide her as she leads pre- and post-natal exercise, diabetic exercise, and exercise for cancer patients. She also has earned certifications in women's fitness and sports training. Training can be done at her facility or out on the beach.
260 Compo Road South
Westport,
CT
US
The chief yoga instructors on a staff of dozens, Gina Norman and Stan Woodman aren’t your average couple—or even your average yoga studio owners. A world traveler with a longtime interest in mind-body work, Gina followed her path to Thailand, where she learned the local yoga practice, and then to India, where she studied up on vipassana meditation. Prior to opening Kaia Yoga Complete Wellness Center, Stan was a snowboarding addict and decades-long yoga practitioner living in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Today, the two strive to offer “a yoga for everyone,” with a lineup that includes smooth Vinyasa practice, disciplined Ashtanga poses, hot yoga in a 95-degree studio, and family-friendly fitness classes. After working up a sweat exercising or reciting Ulysses in one of the studio’s classes, students can take the heat off with soothing, natural spa services such as massages, body scrubs, and energy healing. With a long menu of pampering therapies, no aspect of the body leaves Kaia wanting for its own treatment, and the onsite vegetarian café’s baked goods, wraps, juices, and smoothies help guests with the other kind of bodily nourishment.
1200 Post Rd E
Westport,
CT
US
The clients at Get In Shape For Women don't just rave about looking better in their clothes. They talk about having the stamina to keep up with their kids, feeling beautiful on their wedding day, and finding the energy and confidence to pull themselves out of depression. That's because?GISFW is about providing smart, supportive workouts. Instead of fending for themselves at a gym, trainees enroll in small-group personal training that gives them support from their trainer as well as from other women with similar health and fitness goals. Groups of four follow a four-part training program, which includes weekly sessions of weight training and cardio, as well as nutritional guidance. The fourth part is accountability: trainees are given other workouts to complete throughout the week, and submit to weekly weigh-ins and monthly body-fat measurements in order to stay motivated. This formula has worked for countless women, as the trainer-founded brand has expanded to more than 100 locations across the country and probably the Americas that exist in parallel universes.
170 Post Rd. E
Westport,
CT
US
The Fitathlon Challenge blends the format and philosophy of decathlons and triathlons with the accessibility of a 5K. Great for all fitness levels, the event divides participants into four categories—Newbie, Beginner, Challenger, and Competitor. Separated into waves, runners move through a course fraught with obstacles designed to test strength, endurance, athleticism, and mental toughness. These obstacles include tire flips, wall climbs, and hill sprints that leave bodies sweaty and fatigued and minds feelings as confused as a fish in a geology class. Those competing in the Competitor division are eligible for cash and prizes awarded to the top three finishers in the male and female groups. A portion of all proceeds goes to benefit a local charity.
Sherwood Island Connector
Westport,
CT
US
Koko FitClub is a radically different kind of fitness center. Members come in, have their fitness levels checked on the Koko Smartrainer, and then receive a custom, computerized key fob that stores all fitness information. The key fob, programmed with data to help clients achieve individual fitness goals, stores the day’s prescribed 30-minute workout and guides clients expertly around the workout of the day. With this fitness technology on hand, members move seamlessly from exercise to exercise, burning fat and building lean muscle while minimizing gym time.
619 Post Rd
Westport,
CT
US
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