Stroller Circuit helps moms and moms-to-be achieve their fitness goals through circuit-style classes. Sanity is a moms-only strength-training class where the intensity remains high throughout. During gentler Stroller Circuit classes, even expecting mothers are welcome for a full-body workout that incorporates stroller pushing, kettlebells, and bodyweight exercises.
At Escape to Yoga, the teachers love when a beginner musters the courage to give a class a try, whether it’s yoga or cardio fitness. Their fun, accessible approach to yoga lessens the intimidation factor, especially after students attend a gentle hatha class, during which they’ll learn the basic poses, proper alignment, and the most-stable pose for practicing on the wing of a flying airplane. The more fast-paced vinyasa-flow classes add a cardio aspect to get participants sweating while simultaneously helping them feel calmness spreading through their bodies, and the studio also hosts barre fusion and other calorie-attacking cardio sessions.
At Brynn's Barre None Callanetics, owner and instructor Brynn draws on her dance background to create rehabilitative workouts. She splits her focus between strength and safety: callanetics classes condition pelvic floor muscles with exercises that can relieve back and joint pain, for example, and boomer cardio classes mix fun dance choreography with low-impact movements. These sessions strengthen and bend the body with exercises that are designed with safety in mind, and are ideal for rebuilding strength after childbirth.
At The Fit Corps, certified personal trainers welcome beginners and experienced athletes alike for group classes, personal training, and health coaching. During group classes, exercisers push their limits in circuit and strength training with heavy battling ropes, kettlebells, weight lifting, full-body functional suspension training, and more. They also move to fluid rhythms in Zumba or stretch out in yoga. In the gym’s space, members can lift weights and work on their core exercises.