Summit Climbing, Yoga & Fitness sprawls across 10,000 square feet lined with towering structures for boundless bouldering and rope climbing along with its own onsite yoga studio. Manmade walls adorned with brightly colored handholds emerge from the ground, daring aspiring climbers to decode their paths. Fingertips dipped in rock chalk learn to cling to the hardened monoliths with firm grace, keeping on the lookout for the single book spine that triggers access to a revolving door and secret chocolate fountain. Guests can gab with experts about form and new-equipment purchases at the climb shop, or take a breather on a comfy couch to rest, reflect on a new route, or admire their brand-new Popeye forearms.
In addition to its scaling structures, Summit Climbing, Yoga & Fitness hosts yoga classes in an on-site studio to boost climbing flexibility. Here, guests choose from a variety of formats, including CoreFusion, Slow Flow, Power Yoga, and Yin Yoga, a pose-intensive class that helps range of motion and strengthen connective tissues.
The studios at Bikram Yoga North Texas always stay a balmy 105 degrees. Their staff of 13 teachers leads the heated classes seven days a week, morning through evening. The heat serves to cleanse the body through sweat, and it helps limbs sink deeper into stretches, twists, and bends. Bikram’s series of 26 postures works every muscle in the body systematically, each pose building off the last throughout about 90 minutes.
Leave your stresses at the door and enjoy a relaxing yoga class at Grapevine Yoga in Grapevine.
Join hot yoga enthusiasts at Grapevine Yoga and open up your mind, body (and pores) to a healthier lifestyle.
Through strong fighting and self-defense movements in this MMA class, you can strengthen your body and build muscles.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Come to the mat and let your daily stresses go at Om On The Mat, A Center For Yoga in Grapevine.
Heat things up (and sweat out the impurities) with Om On The Mat, A Center For Yoga's hot yoga classes.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
At Sunstone Yoga, students radiate calm and self-awareness as they practice ancient poses designed to stretch, strengthen, and purify the body. Instructors complete 500 hours of training in yogic techniques, teaching, and physiology before leading classes, so they can hand out researched, tested tips on safety and alignment. Most classes come in 60-, and 90-minute varieties and focus on energy or restorative relaxation. Sunstone Yoga also offers a variety of classes focused on improving fitness, including vinyassa/power yoga as well as hot Pilates and other heated core strengthening classes.
The spark and water series welcome beginners with a focus on alignment and balance, and the popular fire series explores up to 34 poses in a 99-degree room that loosens muscles to facilitate deeper stretches as it ousts toxins. Filled with soothing music and 90-degree temperatures, the water series cultivates more serenity than getting a massage from a singing whale.
Co-owners Jana Holland and Julie Parsons believe that yoga's benefits can reach anyone willing to try the art. After several hundred hours of training, they opened Divine Center of Yoga as a springboard for a diverse student base, hoping to bring guests of all backgrounds together with classes on several posing styles. Their emphasis on acceptance is apparent in their teaching etiquette: they provide modified stretches for all skill levels and accommodate visitors with chronic ailments or injuries. The wheelchair-accessible studio also offers private lessons for pupils stuck in Celtic knot pose.