- NO GROUP CLASSES
- NO GROUP CLASSES
Monday 6:30-7:30 PM, Wednesday 5:30 PM, Thursday 8:30-9:30 AM — TacFit has been called “The world’s smartest workout” by Men’s Health Magazine. Because of it’s philosophy and scalable design, TacFit is both suitable for beginners and embraced by veteran fitness practitioners. Body weight exercises, kettlebells, clubbells, medicine balls and more are used to challenge your body, mind and nervous system so you can learn how to adapt to stress positively. This class is suitable for all abilities.
Wednesday 6:30-7:30 PM — Find balance while both challenging yourself and caring for yourself. Calming breathwork, fluid movement and structural alignment are the central pieces of a mature yoga practice. Practice self-care for life and recover from the day to day stress that accelerates aging and disease.
Tuesday & Thursday 5:45 AM — Start right first thing in the morning with this 40 minute class. Begin by warming up with mobility work and ramp up as the minutes pass with some yoga and calisthenics. Finish up with enough time to get ready for work and take the kids to school. It’s a perfect way to win the day!
Thursday 6:30-7:30 PM — The human body is a very sophisticated machine, and yet our Physical Education was learning how to play sports. So many of us who weren’t born natural athletes would not have struggled with fitness had we learned the basic principles that make exercise safer, more enjoyable and pain free. Fitness Foundations 101 is a fun and energetic class to get you moving better and feeding an active lifestyle.
Tuesday 6:30 PM Core and cardio combines the practices of circuit training with abdominal, hip and lumbar strengthening for a unique workout that keeps your body challenged.Circuits of upper and lower body exercises raise the heart rate followed by core focused strength exercises in a sequence designed for relaxation and muscle tone. Bring a mat or borrow one from us!!
Tuesday 5:30 PM Often times yoga practitioners can end up missing the benefits of yoga by dumping into flexibility instead of creating the right connections in the pose. In Strong Yoga you will go through a progressively challenging sequence working on torque, core and root strength. Then we apply a clubbell weight to do the sequences again. This class can be very challenging and is not recommended for beginners. Equipment is provided.