Pilates in Weymouth


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  • Dancing Crow Yoga
    After a fast-paced 20-year career working in public television, Fay Sutherland shifted her focus to her other passion: yoga. Drawing from 19 years of practice and multiple yoga certifications, she opened Dancing Crow Yoga with her husband, aspiring to help others to increase their fitness level while striving toward inner freedom. Fay and her fellow certified instructors teach Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Gentle, and Eclectic Hatha yoga styles. Each can be just as challenging for the body as they are nurturing to the soul. Vinyasa?s high-intensity series of continuous postures is linked by deep, mindful breaths, helping practitioners of all shapes, sizes, and Baldwin-brother preference to build strength and flexibility while achieving a state of serene relaxation. Calling themselves "The hidden sanctuary of yoga at the Derby Street Shoppes", the team at Dancing Crow Yoga strive to teach correct and safe alignment postures so that everyone may experience the benefit of each class.
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    98 Derby St, Ste 440
    Hingham, MA US
  • Open Doors Yoga Studios
    Owner Richard Lanza began Open Doors as a metaphysical healing center and store in 1992, and he carried that healing spirit into the yoga studio he opened in 2003. At Open Doors Yoga Studios, Richard's goal is to create a space where people feel empowered to explore their personal beliefs on a path toward self-healing. Thus, yoga instructors at the studio's numerous locations help practitioners achieve their personal goals through accessible classes, each designed to build core strength while quieting the mind and increasing body awareness. From slow-flow heated classes to unheated Hatha sessions, students can participate in a variety of yoga styles geared toward beginners, more experienced participants, and those who only feel comfortable in a 98-degree room.
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    65 Washington St.
    Weymouth, MA US
  • Weymouth Club
    Reshape and reform for less than a buck per class with today's side deal. For $19, you get 20 passes to use for any combination of cardio tennis sessions, open pool passes, or group exercise classes at Weymouth Club, a $76 value (a one-time monthly membership fee is normally $115, and a one-time daily pass is $20). You'll have until the end of January to use your passes, giving you eight weeks or 20 workouts (whichever comes first) to exhaust your supplies. As an added bonus, purchasing this Groupon automatically enters you into a drawing to win Tom Brady's signed and lovingly worn shoe. The drawing will be on December 21, and the resulting prize is perfect for diehard Patriot fans, head-over-heels Tom Brady fans, and for the person who has Tom Brady's other shoe.
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    75 Finnell Dr
    Weymouth, MA US
  • Jai Yoga
    If you had asked Brian Culkin years ago what he planned to do after an injury brought his professional basketball career to an end, he probably wouldn't have mentioned yoga. Culkin had graduated as the all-time leading scorer in the history of the Skidmore College basketball program, and he went on to play in the European circuit before returning to his native Boston to heal and recover his American accent. But despite success as the founder and CEO of a commercial and residential mortgage firm, Culkin felt unfulfilled. He abandoned his career in finance and moved to the renowned Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, where he studied meditation, yoga, and gestalt therapy from 2008–2009. Inspired by what he had learned, Culkin then worked as a consultant and trainer leading workshops at the OpenMind Training Institute. He traveled the globe to speak on topics such as peak performance, creativity, and human potential, and opened Jai Yoga to share his vast knowledge with others. In addition to relaxing Hatha sessions and heated power Vinyasa flow classes, Culkin and his team offer age-appropriate yoga classes designed specifically for kids and teens. They also lead strength and conditioning classes, fusion-style barre classes that combine ballet and yoga, and meditation sessions that promote self-awareness better than an afternoon spent trapped in a house of mirrors.
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    871 Washington St.
    Braintree, MA US
  • Abington and Quincy Athletic Club
    Channeling more than 60 years of experience in the health-and-fitness industry, Abington and Quincy Athletic Club's management staff has built two family-friendly facilities that aim to bestow each guest with personal treatment. Each building houses at least 20,000 square feet of workout space, including hardwood studios for group classes such as Zumba, Pilates, and Les Mills BodyPump. Cardio and strength gear from Nautilus, Magnum, FreeMotion, and Star Trac accommodates physiques of all fitness levels, from exercise amateurs to those who would rather wall-sit during movie dates. A squad of certified personal trainers and nutrition counselors steers patrons onto a custom pathway to wellness, and childcare services and senior programs broadcast welcoming vibes to club guests of all ages.
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    90 Quincy Ave
    Quincy, MA US
  • Real Life Yoga
    Inside Real Life Yoga Studio, the passionate instructors lead students through yoga and meditation geared toward awakening the senses while boosting strength, flexibility, and balance. The calming, nurturing space hosts a recently expanded roster of classes, from gentle beginner yoga to challenging Power/Tone yoga, as well as tai chi and a variety of monthly workshops.
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    101 Adams St.
    Quincy, MA US

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