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Yoga is a spiritual mind-body practice which centers around intention, breath, and posture. While yoga practice may take many forms—from Yin to Vinyasa--classes labeled “Yoga” may alternate between different styles.
A continuous flow of diverse and deliberate poses combined with breathwork to achieve strength and balance. You can expect Vinyasa yoga to be vigorously paced with a focus on muscular strength and flexibility.
A meditative, slow-paced form of yoga. Yin takes a passive and gentle approach to strengthening and lengthening with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility.
A series of willful and forceful poses. Postures are held for extended periods of time with a focus on alignment. Sequences are designed to cultivate heat in the body with a strong focus on breathing.
A dynamic HIIT-style dance workout choreographed to popular music from all over the world. Each class introduces a variety of Dance styles from latest trends to oldies and international flavors.
A mix of explosive dancing and bodyweight toning. People often associate MixxedFit classes with the nightclub, without all the other distractions.
A body-sculpting Latin-derived dance workout. The routines feature aerobic interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms to tone and sculpt the body.
Combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio, and plyometric training. Every squat, every lunge, and every burpee is driven by the beat of the music.
A water-based workout that blends high-energy Zumba® moves with low-impact aqua fitness.
A full body workout focusing on all muscle groups. A variety of equipment such as resistance bands, dumbbells, and weighted balls are integrated into each unique class to challenge the body and maximize potential.
Strength training classes designed to build muscle, increase endurance, and burn body fat. Each class focuses on strength training major muscle groups using light weights, high repetitions, and a variety of strength training equipment.
An hour class that uses kettlebells to improve overall strength, core power, balance and coordination. Kettlebells improve functional strength and targets every muscle group for a total body workout.
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