Fitness & Yoga Classes
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Until further notice, we have suspended all fitness and yoga classes, with the exception of Mountain Prep and Personal Training offerings. The fitness floor is open for all to come use as always! Please be sure to continue to be diligent in wiping down and disinfecting equipment when you are done!
Expect a full-body workout that utilizes exercises and high-intensity circuits to get your heart pumping. Come hydrated and ready to work. All movements can be scaled to any fitness level and ability.
A class that will develop and improve proprioception and body control through various methodologies such as myofascial release, active and passive mobility, with a Functional Range Conditioning influence. Learn how to perform self-assessments, identify potential limitations, and then address findings that may assist with daily quality of life and sports performance.
(pro·pri·o·cep·tion): Perception or awareness of the position and movement of the body.
Strength & Conditioning
A well-rounded class that incorporates resistance training, stability training, aerobic conditioning, and mobility work. It’s designed to make you stronger, more durable while increasing your work capacity and mental toughness. Movement quality is prioritized over intensity. Come hydrated and ready to work. All movements can be scaled to any fitness level and ability.
A general practice that is designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit. It will be relatively gentle, slow and great for beginners or students who prefer a more relaxed style.
Hatha Flow Yoga
A general practice that is designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit. Combining some aspects commonly experienced in flow yoga with the slower pace of hatha yoga
A fitness-based vinyasa practice. An offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction.
The practice of letting go and releasing tension to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Poses are held between two and five minutes and utilize props to facilitate an environment of relaxation. This practice improves body awareness and mental focus while stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system (“rest and digest”). When this system is stimulated, the heart rate slows, the digestive system is aided, and the body is calmed.
The practice of coordinating movement with breath to flow from one posture to the next using transitions. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga. The practice generates heat and can add a cardiovascular component not always present in other forms of postural practice.