Exercise brings the whole body to life—your heart begins to race, your muscles begin to contract, and your brain begins to split into three exobrains. Nothing will ever be the same after you use this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one month of unlimited barre or aerial classes (a $99 value)
- $69 for one-month of unlimited Core Stix classes (a $400 value)
During the ballet-barre workout—led by Core Barre–certified instructors—students make their way through a low-impact succession of toning isometric movements derived from ballet, Pilates, yoga, and athletic conditioning. During aerial yoga classes, students use a fabric hammock to facilitate stretches and the ability to whistle upside down. Core Stix sessions allow small groups or individuals to work closely with a trainer, using a device designed to work the entire body. See the class schedule.
Fullbody Fitness Club
Though she's been expanding viewers' knowledge and awareness as a news anchor for WPXI Channel 11 for close to 20 years, Darieth Chisolm works to enlighten members of her community in a different way off-camera. Chisolm is an avid runner, a certified group fitness instructor, and the owner of Fullbody Fitness Club, where she encourages exercisers to think outside the plyometric box. Her classes and equipment are anything but conventional—guests experience the sensation of being airborne during Jukari Fit to Fly aerial acrobatics classes—the creation of Reebok and the Cirque du Soleil entertainment group. Patrons hang upside down in fabric hammocks during aerial yoga and whirl around 45mm poles during pole-dance fitness sessions. The rooms are outfitted with thick, padded flooring to protect joints and acoustically muffle the squeals of unbridled, endorphin-driven glee.
To lead students safely through her fitness wonderland, Chisolm has gathered a team of certified instructors to teach proper technique and guide people toward their goals. Her studio has been featured in numerous media, including a 2011 story on her own WPXI and the designation of Best Place to Soar to New Heights from Pittsburgh Magazine in 2012. Chisolm also offers patrons several ways to give back to their favorite nonprofit organizations.