Fitness & Movement
Who says you need wings to fly: Defy gravity and feel the exhilaration of weightlessness with this full body yoga practice. Silk yoga hammocks suspended from the ceiling challenge your attachment to solid ground—literally and metaphorically. Our favorite part? Hearing the gasps and giggles of wonder that escape as you flip upside down!
Benefit: Balance, strength, flexibility, spinal decompression, discovery, pure joy.
You love your sport, but your sport may not always love you back. Unglue what’s stuck and lengthen what’s tight. Simple, athletic style stretches treat simple, athletic style stiffness.
Learn ballet-inspired movement phrases from scratch in this high intensity but low-impact barefoot cardio experience, set to ballet choreography and beautiful music. Although it hails a unique range of physical benefits, you’ll be so in the moment you’ll barely notice you’re working out.
BenefitFoot health, cardiovascular endurance, balance, coordination for men and women alike.
BARRE, CORE, AND MORE
The little sister of Total Body Barre. A little bit of barre mixed with targeted core work. Basic barre movements, broken down into their simple forms, increase balance and muscular endurance with less focus on cardiovascular output. Practice movement in every plane of motion.
BenefitMuscular endurance, core strengthening, balance.
Bodyweight training celebrates the intelligence of the body by using it to strengthen and better itself. This high-intensity, well-rounded workout will utilize your most reliable tool—your own body—instead of weights or equipment. What better way to train the body than to practice its own natural movements?
Benefit Muscular strength, bone density, cross-training, injury prevention.
Military-style drills draw from the concept of always being ready. Be your best through old-school style strength and conditioning techniques. Push, pull, press, repeat. Be strong of heart and mind (and muscle).
Benefit Muscular strength, cardiovascular conditioning.
Couple your cardio conditioning with sunshine and fresh breezes as you hit the courts for traditional drills. Teaming up with fellow guests, you’ll spike your heart rate and encourage stamina in this fun and friendly alternative to the treadmill.
Benefit Cardiovascular conditioning.
Play with different tools and stations and creatively branch out from your typical workout routine. A medium to high-intensity class designed to build muscle and rev the heart rate while challenging core strength and stability. No part of the body will be left out. Our top pick for the guest who’s looking to get out of a workout rut.
Benefit Cardiovascular and muscular endurance, core stability
What do you your feet have in common with your core? So much! Your feet are the foundation upon which your core is stacked. Take your shoes off and take your core training seriously. By strengthening the muscles in the feet as well as the core, you’ll discover a greater sense of balance and connection.
Benefit Core strength, foot fitness, balance
Far more than just abs. Systematically train all muscles of the core, your center of power! Emphasizing equal planes of motion, you’ll strengthen through spinal flexion, extension, and rotation. Activate both superficial and deep muscles to develop a strong and functional center. Why? A strong core is paramount to injury prevention, mobility, and living free of pain.
Benefit Core strength, stabilityIntensity Moderate Length 45 minutes Location Fitness CenterAttireComfortable athletic attire with close-toed athletic shoes.Notes Minimum age 16. Please alert your instructor if you are experiencing acute back pain or have a diagnosed back condition.
How you move inside the studio should help you be a better mover outside the studio. Muscular integration for everyday movements is our aim. Combining bodyweight resistance with purposeful pieces of equipment, this strength-based class will leave no part of the body undertrained or overtrained. This is practice for walking down the road, hauling groceries up the steps, and swinging your kids around in circles.
Benefit Mobility, balance, strength.
A yoga practice that is both calm but intense may sound like a contradiction, but yin yoga is exactly that. Intensely calm, you could say. Yin yoga is hallmarked by a series of passive postures— typically while sitting or lying on the ground—that are held for several minutes at a time to target the connective tissue and fascia. The result? Greater range of motion, improved flexibility, and a super chill state of mind. Relax and soften into this therapeutic yoga experience.
Benefit Flexibility, fascia release, stress reduction.
If your goal is to release physical tension and stiffness while carving out time for your mental well-being, try this class. A mindful, slow moving yoga pose sequence set to soothing music will help you unwind from a long day of travel. You’ll exit feeling looser, longer, and lighter. Benefit reduction Intensity Gentle Length 45 minutes Location Yoga Center Attire Comfortable athletic attire. This class is practiced barefoot. Notes Minimum age 16.
Benefit Increased range of motion, flexibility, circulation, stress reduction.
The first step to your new yoga addiction. Hatha Yoga refers to the physical practice of using asanas (poses) to cultivate calmness in the mind and ease in the body. Poses range from static holds to slow flow. Hatha Yoga whets your appetite in preparation of deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
BenefitImproved strength, flexibility, mobility, stress reduction.
Liberate tension and tightness in your hips, which are believed to be a storehouse of emotions. Your pelvic girdle stars front and center of this class, getting special attention with a mix of stretches, self massage, and range of motion exercises.
BenefitMobility and stability in the muscles around the pelvic girdle.
Witness as a series of climbs, sprints, and coasts on indoor bicycles inject your travel-weary body with a rush of endorphins. Summon up your inner power and enjoy the exhilaration of moving in sync with the music. Cardio queens and kings, unite.
BenefitCardiovascular endurance, increased energy.
Pilates is based around this premise from its namesake, Joseph Pilates, who touted that “You are as young as your spine is healthy.” Preserving the equal distribution of spinal force is the aim of mat Pilates, by strengthening the primary and ancillary muscles that move or stabilize the spine and pelvis. Though slow and focused, this mat-based version of the practice is anything but easy!
BenefitIncreased core strength and functional stability, injury prevention.
Experiment with techniques you can do on yourself when a massage isn’t possible. Release toxins and restore elasticity to connective tissue from head to toe through foam rolling and trigger point therapy. It’s very common in this class to discover pockets of tightness that were hiding underneath your awareness, leading you to discover that you needed this even more than you realized.
BenefitIncreased circulation .
Your spine should move with freedom and ease, like the wave of an ocean. If yours feels more like a rigid board or a drooping flower, treat your spinal column to some dedicated care. You’ll take your vertebrae through gentle articulations to promote health of joint surfaces, reduce myofascial restrictions, and improve posture.
BenefitSpinal decompression and flexibility, tension relief
A luxurious and comforting practice of prop-supported poses held for an extended period of time, to release deeply held tensions and calm the nervous system. The aspiration of this practice is total surrender—inside and out. Very little movement is required, but much is to be gained.
BenefitRelaxation, pain relief, release of tension