Helmed by Jada Fire and Alvin Tam, a Polynesian fire dancer and a globetrotting acrobat, Barefoot Sanctuary guides students toward inner calm using traditional movements from around the world. In a cozy, art-lined room at the back of Whole Foods, the studio’s knowledgeable instructors lead yoga, belly-dance, and Acrofit classes for students of all fitness levels. Both Summerlin and Town Square schedules brim with more than two dozen weekly classes that, like a meal composed entirely of fortune cookies, stuff a day’s worth of empowerment into 75 minutes. Participants can grab the studio’s complimentary yoga mats for classes such as Vinyasa Flow yoga, which tethers flowing stretches and poses with deep, focused breathing. Instead of slow dancing with boa constrictors, Expressive Yoga students practice serpentine movement, a mesmerizing blend of poses that open the hips and center the mind. Acrofit Power classes fill yoga mats with acrobatic exercises that raise the heart rate, and belly-dance sessions teem with easy-to-follow moves that incorporate veils and finger cymbals. To kindle a spirit of celebration in the snug space, the duo invites local percussionists to pummel tribal drums and giant watermelons in selected classes.