Seriously, don’t we just wanna do the fun parts of ballet? Why take it anyway? Well, this class will focus on the elements of ballet that are truly useful in our daily lives. Strength and conditioning of course, but balance, grace and alignment especially. This class is meant to be a fun, no stress approach to ballet and is great for beginners as well as experienced dancers. The music will incorporate classical ballet pieces, world music, contemporary and if the mood strikes, possible reggae and hip hop too. This is not your typical ballet class! All levels are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes and ballet shoes are not required.
Bamboo Bodies is based on seasonal movement and the Five Element Theory. Traditional Chinese Medicine recognizes the correlation of health and the changing seasons. We eat differently as Summer moves into Winter. We dress differently as Winter warms into Summer. Why aren’t we exercising differently?
Bamboo Bodies is structured around Chinese Philosophy as you learn to move internal energy (Qi) through each meridian pertaining to the season. Strengthening your immune system, increasing circulation, improving range of motion and balance, is all part of the Bamboo Bodies perks!
Fitness goes beyond how you look in the mirror, this class is about internal health as well as movement that heals. Neuro-based movement awakens the mind to stimulate the body’s ability of pain-free movement. Corrective exercises enhance biomechanics and alignment. Mindful movement educates individuals to become more body aware. Overall, Bamboo Bodies gives you a structured class that helps you move to move forever with smart and balanced exercises!
A fusion of ballet, yoga, and pilates. Focus is on combining low-impact overall body strengthening exercises with toning benefits for an energetic and challenging workout.
Church is an undeniable, unmistakable, an unequivocal, unabashed time. It may be what you want right now. It may be absolutely awfully awesome. You may be surprised or you may be right at home. It is a non-denominational grooveland in the company of others with easy going guidance to dance however you want, experience the joy of dance and anything else you may need.
This class will assist and encourage you to bring out your inner prowess to feel confident and even sexy while you move to music. More importantly, we are sure that you will have a blast learning a hip hop routine that’s sure to make jaws drop. All levels are welcome and certain to be free of inhibitions when they leave the studio!
Oula is an inspiring and super fun dance workout! Oula offers the perfect balance between the ‘hip’ and the ‘hippy’ with its structured, easy to follow, fun choreography, while at the same time encouraging self-expression and freedom of movement. Because musically, Oula incorporates hip-hop with Hindu and tribal with top 40s, this variety provides a base from which to experience an incredibly broad range of emotion, movement, style and sensation all within one hour.
Warrior. Superhero. Powerhouse. Work your bad self in this 45 minute conditioning class, then go take over the world. OULA-Power! A 45 minute conditioning class that begins with an empowering warm up, followed by a couple of cardio tracks to warm up the body and bring up the heart rate, and then transitions into a series of conditioning tracks that focus on strengthening and toning using just our own body weight. This class is equally challenging and rewarding and is set to music that will inspire you to push yourself during the workout and will leave you feeling empowered when you are finished!
High Intensity and is a 45 minute total body workout designed to strengthen and tone using a variety of challenging body weight movement exercises. Class is appropriate for all abilities and participants can work at their own level. If you are looking for something to add to your routine to cause “muscle confusion” and shake up your workouts, Simply Fit is the class for you! Simply get stronger.
Students in Kendra’s classes often find themselves focusing on the journey between asanas as they move through sun salutations and standing poses, being reminded to smile and breathe. Then a long stretch, a twist, heart opening, and inversions bring them into a sweet and well deserved savasana, often incorporating a guided relaxation. She aims to keep it simple, yet finds the challenge within that simplicity. Her classes are always strong, though the strength we use may be found through deep relaxation one day, a good vigorous flow the next, depending on the needs of the students in the room. In any given class we may chant, we will probably laugh, we may sigh, we may sit in silence, but we will always observe and honor what we find.