One-hour yoga and fitness classes welcome all skill levels, incorporating low-impact exercise techniques that tone muscles and focus minds
- Expires Jul 31, 2012
- Limit 1 per person. New clients only. Expires three months after activation date.
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- Yoga classes rely on hatha poses or vigorously flowing Power Yoga sequences
- Pilates mat classes strengthen cores with resistance-generating Magic Circles
- Based on dance techniques, barre fitness classes sculpt slender limbs with small hand weights and a series of deep stretches supported by a ballet barre
- Barre Plus Pilates classes integrate core strengthening exercises with barre methods
Although Anya Lasko began her career as a classically trained dancer and choreographer in Belarus, she was driven to found a studio based on "the three principles of holistic well-being, healthy exercising, and performing arts education." To accomplish this, she and her staff of instructors lead a combination of instructive and recreational classes for all skill and experience levels, helping students develop the physicality required for artistic expression through music and dance.
Dance classes explore a number of different styles—including ballet, belly dance, and hip-hop—and instructors address the needs and learning styles of different age groups by teaching separate lessons for children and adults. For a muscle-toning approach, the fitness sessions can emphasize low-impact workouts with Pilates techniques and ballet barre exercises, whereas yoga classes' mindful movements and guided meditation generate more focus than the Hubble Space Telescope's contact lenses.