Cardio/Core and Weight Training – These classes use sets of timed stations to put you through your paces. All levels of
exercisers can do these classes because each station is performed individually and to whatever level and modifications you need. It gives the benefit of having a personal trainer to guide your exercise along with the fun, camaraderie and friendly competition of a group.
Core and Stretch – It’s not Pilates. It’s not yoga. This class focuses on movements and positions to help you activate all the muscles that form your “core”. It finishes up with a good long stretch for your lower back, hips, upper back and shoulders.
FitCamp – The Eastside Fitness version of Bootcamp
Beginner – Brand new to exercise? Just getting back into a fitness routine? This class will introduce-reintroduce your body to strength and balance work, core work and light cardio fitness. The class will sometimes go outdoors.
All Levels – If you are looking to get your butt kicked with a plan and with safe exercises, you will “enjoy” and appreciate this class. The instructor will not let you “cheat” and you will see and feel the results. The class will sometimes go outdoors.
Belly Dance Fusion– Get your heart rate up, move around to music and enjoy. Toddlers may also participate. (or not!)
Yoga - Is it possible to combine yoga and karaoke? It is in this special yoga class where breathing, moving and stretching are set to great tunes that help you relax and heat up your body from the inside out. Be sure to reserve your spot in this popular class!
“Hatha-lini” – You can guess what this combo-class is about. Classic Hatha postures with a little Kundalini flair thrown in at the end. Fun!
Prenatal – see workshop page for details.
Yes! Yoga – Fast paced and dynamic, often set to music. Each class incorporates opening mantras, warm-ups, sets of asanas and then a deep relaxing cool down. Results from Kundalini yoga can include weight control, stress relief and better sleep to name a few.
Yin – Great for beginners, runners, cyclists or anyone who wants or needs a good stretch. With 5 or 6 poses (asanas) in one class each pose is held anywhere from 1 minute to 5 minutes. All poses are seated or prone. Yin is not recommended for children or teens as the stretches get very deep into fascia and connective tissues.
Yin/Yang – A combination class long stretches and relaxation (Yin) and movement (Yang). Very enjoyable and satisfying.
Yoga- lates – You guessed it. It’s a combination class of yoga, breathing and postures mixed with Pilates principals and series. Core, core and more core!