What to wear ?
To Yoga or Pilates Wear gym clothing, stretch comfortable clothing, no shoe or socks.
To Bootcamp/ Cardio Core Circuit/Kickboxing/TRX/Zumba wear gym clothing and running shoes.
To Aerial Yoga Long Long sleeves, bring socks and long pants initially for comfort, but as you keep practicing your skin will get use to the fabric.
To Pole Fitness Tank top, shorts – less clothing so your skin sticks to the pole and you don’t slide.
What do I need to bring to class?
To any mat pilates class or yoga class, bring:
Yoga mat (we have some for rent for $2, should you forget yours and we also have a space were you can leave your mat), towel for Hot yoga class, yogitoe skidless mat towel for Hot yoga class (optional) and water.
Any other class just running shoes, hand towel and water.
What is the difference between Pilates and Yoga?
Yoga is a physical fitness regime originated in Northern part of India, in ancient period. The history of yoga dates back to almost five thousand years ago. Yoga, is explained as a lifestyle, instead of just an exercise. It works towards offering a path to physical and mental well-being. It also includes all the exercise routines in conjunction with a healthy diet, relaxation, meditation, and breathing skills.
Pilates method, although inspired by certain yoga poses, is a complicated system. It works towards conditioning the entire body. Pilates is not an ancient practice as yoga. It is just eighty years old and invented by a German athlete, Joseph Pilates.
Pilates focus on developing the core strength inside the body and elongating the spine. This form of exercise would enhance strength and spread awareness on proper posture. Yoga basically emphasizes on the union of body with mind and spirit and works on the whole body. Yoga helps in relieving stress.
How do I register and pay for memberships and workshops?
You can either come by the studio during our office hours and register and pay in person, we take Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa or Mastercard.
Or you register onlinethrough our website.
What classes should I attend if I’m brand new to Yoga or Pilates?
We have outlined on our schedule most of the classes that are beginner friendly. Pilates 1 and Vinyasa I/ Gentle Yoga classes are beginner friendly. Feel free to let the instructor know you are new as well. Private yoga or Pilates classes are available if you would prefer to start your journey in a one-on-one setting.
Do I need to register for classes?
To guarantee your spot in an Aerial or TRX class, we do suggest you register ahead by phone, e-mail or next time you are at the studio.