In its constant attempt to stay fit, humanity has given in to such unfortunate workout trends as livestock lifting, Spazzercise, and mixed-martial charades. Embrace body and mind fitness that has withstood the test of time with today's Groupon: for $45, you get two weeks of unlimited classes at Gazella Performance & Wellness Studio in Skaneateles (up to a $100 value).
Gazella Performance & Wellness Studio offers students chances to stretch their soul sacks to their limberest limits with classes such as Mat Pilates, Balance & Flexibility, and CoreStrength, open to all experience levels and led by expertly trained, certified instructors. Downward-dogging Goldilocks can find a just-right body-bending routine that doesn't lead to breaking and entering charges with Gazella's variety of yoga offerings, including power yoga, gentle yoga, and joint-freeing yoga. Keep blood pumpers well-lubricated with a spinning class, which features nonimpact indoor-cycling exercises that are appropriate for all fitness levels, or dance like your fitness instructor is watching to the Latin rhythms of Gazella’s Zumba classes, which combine fast and slow rhythms with cardio, resistance training, tequila, and lime juice to create a boisterously blended dance workout.
Bedecked with sunny windows and a mind-soothing demeanor, Gazella Performance & Wellness Studio offers an integrated approach to wellness, emphasizing both physical and emotional well being with its eco-friendly, customer-service-oriented environment. Co-owners Debbie Bobbett and Reem Jishi have combined experience with health education, personal training, exercise instruction, nutrition, athlete training, and even first-hand participation in triathlons to create a center suited to fitness fanatics, as well as couch potatoes so sedentary that their eyes have developed a mossy outer shell.
Gazella Performance & Wellness Studio has been featured in Eagle News.
- Gazella is about comfort, cleanliness and sustainability… Customers can expect to use unique equipment — like the TRX suspension training chords — for the first time, but not without comfortably paced instruction. – Ned Campbell, Eagle News