Club Fitness tones and pampers bodies with group training, personal training, and tanning services, earning the Best of Gloucester County award in 2013 for tanning services. The 15,000-square-foot club spans two floors partitioned into dedicated rooms for cardio, Group X, and spinning, as well as a fitness floor lined with Hammer Strength, Cybex, Precor, Star Trac, and Life Fitness equipment. Group exercise classes meet seven days a week, and Club Fitness frees up workout time for busy parents with onsite childcare and robot stand-ins to send to the office. To replenish spent energy reserves, a shake and juice bar pours out chilled refreshments and steaming cups of gourmet coffee.
There’s no shortage of weights at Miami Sports Clubs—the facility estimates that it has 20,000 pounds on hand. And there’s no shortage of amenities either. Personal TV monitors flicker on each machine in the cardio theater, and TRX suspension and BOSU training gear line the boxing area. Fitness instructors demonstrate how to use all this equipment during personal-training sessions, and stage synchronized sweats during group classes such as Zumba, spinning, and kickboxing. To cap everything off, Miami Sports Clubs features a private massage studio, standup-tanning booths, saunas, and a bar that serves protein shakes, which can power workouts or sprints out to the parking lot to turn off your headlights.
Each visit to Royal Fitness shakes up workout routines with rows of equipment, an indoor saltwater pool, and group classes focusing on aerobics or mind and body cultivation. The center houses cardio gear from Precor and Cybex, and guests can climb stair masters or paddle away from imaginary anacondas on rowing machines. A dedicated strength-training center tones muscle groups with free weights, kettlebells and Nautilus machines, which can be used for self-prescribed workout routines or under the guidance of personal trainers. Trainers also lead more than 100 fitness classes each week emphasizing conditioning or a unification of the mind and body with classes such as tai chi. Additionally, the onsite youth center keeps an eye on tots while parents exercise or unwind with the help of massage therapy.
Wake Up Yoga is a Vinyasa (flow-style) and Yin (passive yoga) studio with three locations: in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia, on Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia, and Passyunk Avenue in South Philly. Our spaces are warm and inviting, the walls are the color of butternut squash, the teachers are excellent..
For more than 18 years, Paula Edge has explored the intricacies of physical therapy, chiropractic care, and yoga styles to develop a multi-discipline understanding of how the body works. At Calm Massage – Yoga and Reiki Studio, she collaborates with a staff of massage therapists, yogis, and certified fitness instructors to support the wellbeing of each individual client according to their needs. The team's soothing massage therapies range from the gliding Swedish strokes to the ancient art of Reiki, which aligns energy pathways to quell anxiety and help you beat Frogger. The wellness emporium also hosts a selection of specialized classes, which can demystify methods for mindful living, bolster flexibility with Kundalini yoga, and tone muscles with personal training.
The expert fitness instructors at Sweat Fitness's Philadelphia-area locations help students of all ages and fitness levels track down svelter silhouettes with Precor training equipment and fat-roasting classes—including yoga, Pilates, spinning, Zumba, and kickboxing. Committed to fostering a supportive community for all fit seekers, the trainers devote individual attention to each patron to help them meet their fitness goals. Clients first undergo a body-fat analysis to assess their preworkout fitness level and to help them gauge their progress throughout their journey. During group sweat sessions, patrons can tone their bodies in classes such as Group Power and Power Pump, which blast subdermal meat suits via squats, lunges, and curls. A full aquatics center welcomes guests to dive into relatively narwhal-free waters for swimming lessons, triathlon training, and pool parties.
The dedicated instructors at Yoga Child impart insight into a smorgasbord of yogi styles that improve flexibility and focus. Bolster cores during Restorative Yoga, a class emphasizing basics such as breath, mobility, and knowledge of Yanni's B-sides. Yogis with at least one year of experience can bend through the Vinyasa class, which closely links breath with fluid kinesthesia. Yoga Child's children's classes let the little ones learn yoga basics in fun sessions such as Pajama Yoga, geared for kiddos aged 4–8. The peaceful studio, which is drenched in natural light, invites yogis to amble into classes any day of the week.