Teachers give individual attention in progressive Pilates and yoga classes; pole-fitness sessions use dance moves for full-body conditioning
- Expires Feb 6, 2013
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 1 mont unlimited not valid for pole dancing or aerial yoga. Must be healthy enough for physical activity. Must sign waiver. All classes must be redeemed by the same person.
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- $19 for one month of unlimited yoga, Pilates, circuit, or Essentrics fitness classes (a $90 value)
- $29 for a four-week pole-fitness workshop (an $80 value)
Easily adapted to beginning, intermediate, and advanced participants, classes average about 15 people and are typically scheduled every day of the week.Breathe Pilates and Fitness Studio
Suspended about 2 feet off the floor, a student sinks into the bend of a camel pose. The class is called aerial yoga, and instead of achieving proper alignment through effort on the floor, it asks students to relax into each posture while hanging from silk hammocks. Specialty classes such as this join pole fitness and TRX-suspension training as unique outgrowths of a fitness practice focused on Pilates and yoga. Instructors prioritize individual attention throughout each session, helping each student develop bodily awareness and posture sound enough to be a convincing yardstick for Halloween. Beyond classes, the studio's services extend to teacher training and spa treatments including massage therapy.