Fitness & Adults

Pilates Mat with Kristen
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday Mornings 9-10am


What is Pilates?
Pilates is a system of controlled exercises that engage the mind and condition the total body. The blend of strength and flexibility training improves posture, reduces stress and creates long, lean muscles without bulking up. Pilates takes a balanced approach so that no muscle group is overworked and the body moves as an efficient, holistic system in sport and daily activity.

 

Why Pilates?
Specifically designed to challenge all of the parts we want to tighten, like the tummy, tush, and thighs.
-Makes our posture better and our bodies straighter.
-To burn calories.
-To make you stronger.

Barre with Rosalie
Monday 8pm & Wednesday/ Saturday 9:30am


What is Barre?
Barre is a group class for anyone looking for a concentrated workout. 

Barre is a form of physical exercise, usually conducted in group classes in gyms or specialty studios.[1] It is distinguished from other group fitness activities by its use of the ballet barre and its incorporation of movements derived from ballet.[2][3] These classical dance movements and positions are combined with those drawn from yoga and pilates,[1][4][5] and other equipment is sometimes used in addition to the barre, such as resistance bands,[1][2][3] yoga straps,[4] exercise balls[2][4] and hand weights.[1][2][4][3] Barre classes typically focus on small, pulsing movements with emphasis on form, alignment and core engagement.[4] Participants hold their bodies still while contracting specific, targeted sets of muscles in isometric exercises.[2][6]Repetitions tend to be high, range-of-motion small, and weights, when used, light (1–1.5kg or 2–3 pounds).[2][6][3] Barre classes focus on the lower body, developing strength and flexibility from the ankles up though the calves, knees, thighs, and glutes.[7]Holding muscles in contraction for extended periods frequently leads to them shaking as they fatigue.[2][5][3] This is particularly true of thighs, as the quadriceps tire.[2]

Participants wear activewear[1][5] similar to that worn in yoga classes,[6][8] and do the exercises either in bare feet or in socks.[2][6][5][8] Some specialized socks ("grip socks") include non-slip features to increase traction

Why Barre?
Specifically designed to challenge all of the parts we want to tighten, like the tummy, tush, and thighs.
-Makes our posture better and our bodies straighter.
-To burn calories.
-To make you stronger.

More info coming soon!

More info coming soon!

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