Exercising on your own can feel lonely, especially when you jog by a fitness class where everyone is marrying one another. Vow to stay fit with this Groupon.
- $49 for one month of unlimited yoga and fitness classes (up to a $100 value)
Instructors guide students through yoga and fitness workouts that accomodate all experience levels. The yoga curriculum draws from several styles, including the flowing sequences of Vinyasa yoga and the prop-supported stretches of restorative yoga. Yoga basics classes include detailed demonstrations of each posture and breathing exercise for beginners, and core yoga sessions incorporate ab-firming poses from multiple disciplines. Alternatively, boot-camp classes utilize bodyweight exercises and interval training to strengthen the body, and cardio dance combines rhythmic moves with kickboxing drills for a fast-paced workout. Click here for a class schedule.
Woodbridge Body Works
Rebecca Smith DeFelice's fitness philosophy embodies two extremes. On one hand, the former Army instructor doesn't shy from intense, interval-based training in her boot camp workouts. However, her training background in dance and yoga—a discipline she discovered while rehabbing a dance injury—emphasizes meditative, calming movement. Rebecca does not view these workout methods as mutually exclusive. Her breadth of knowledge and experience drives Woodbridge Body Works, where she and several other instructors lead classes for all skill and fitness levels.
Their curriculum covers a range of yoga disciplines, from basic posing to flowing sequences of more vigorous postures. There are also yoga offshoots such as Core & Breath, a restorative class featuring hands-on adjustments and breath work. Boot camps rely on bodyweight exercises rather than barbells or machinery to strengthen the entire physique. Rebecca also breaks her boot camps down into 15-minute "Melt Down" sessions on weekdays to accommodate working clients who have short lunch breaks or long bathroom breaks.