Class descriptions

Stretch & Roll
Stretch & Roll teaches a series of stretches performed on the foam roller or with tennis ballsthat massage length into the connective tissue, and the musculature that it surrounds. Theseself-myofascial release techniques help improve range of motion, reduce injuries, ease chronic pain and improve daily performance. Also, the class focuses on core strength and stability, and balance using basic Pilates principles, MELT method techniques, and both the newest and the traditional techniques with or without the roller.

This class is a non-traditional class which fuses body fitness techniques from Pilates and ballet, and the newest core stability training. You will tighten and tone your core and lower body muscles while creating balance, muscular symmetry, alignment, flexibility, coordination, and grace.

Cardio Sculpt 
Experience this 60 min challenging and dynamic whole body muscle strengthening class using tubing bands, dumbbells, mini Pilates balls or Figure 8 bands as resistance tools, and challenge your muscle strength/endurance, flexibility, balance and cardio. This class targets all the major upper/lower body muscle groups and core muscles. I incorporate classic Pilates moves, and the latest strength and flexibility training with a variety of fun music in the background. You will have a great time while toning your muscles and burning calories. Great class to compliment your cardio workout!

This is a 6-week High Intensity Cross Training Class. You get all the elements of a great workout in one class. This fast-paced workout will take you out of your comfort zone and beyond your limits! This high energy class mirrors life and sport as you meet challenge and unpredictability in every single session. Your heart will race, legs will burn, core will scream and arms will pump!

Tabata Boot Camp
This is a 6 week High Intensity Interval Class (HITT). It uses Tabata Boot Camp format, which has 20-10 Microburst Training protocol. The short duration, but HITT creates a prolonged afterburn, or EPOC (excess post oxygen consumption). This type of training causes the body to take longer to return to its resting state. The body keeps burning calories (5x more) at a higher rate long after the workout session has completed. 
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