Designed with a biomechanics approach, BodyWorks classes are more intensive, total-body workouts. You can think of Bodyworks as a combination of Pilates, physical training, and total-body conditioning.
Bodyworks classes may include strength exercises, cardiovascular conditioning, core stability, balance, and flexibility.
If you love hitting the gym as much as the yoga mat, BodyWorks classes are the perfect fit for you. You’ll increase your stamina, build muscle tone, and dig deep into the mechanics of the human body to optimize your workout.
Your BodyWorks class will include:
What is BodyWorks like? It depends on the class! Some are full-body classes and some focus specifically on legs or upper body. We even have some 10-minute abs classes. This means you can really customize your schedule to work around your yoga practice.
BodyWorks classes are accessible for all levels of practitioner, and our certified instructors will give you modifications in case you want to take it easy – or challenge yourself more. Regardless of your level, expect to get a complete heart-pumping workout when you join us.
BodyWorks combines the mindfulness benefits of yoga or Pilates with the physical benefits of a gym workout.
Studies have shown that regular cardio can reduce your blood pressure and cholesterol. It is also a wonderful way to maintain good fitness levels.
In addition to ample cardio, resistance training is incredibly beneficial for your body. It’s the best way to build and tone muscle and can help stabilize and protect your joints.
Ready to break a sweat? Try your first BodyWorks class for free with our highly trained, motivational instructors.
BodyWorks is our very own style of fitness class. We wanted to provide mindful classes that centered around cardio, HIIT, and resistance training in order to complement your yoga practice and improve your overall health.
Now, you can have access to full-body gym-style workouts alongside your online yoga and mindful fitness classes.
Absolutely! As long as you’re willing to put in the effort and break a sweat, BodyWorks is great for all ability levels.
Our instructors can modify exercises to suit different experience levels. That being said, if you are recovering from an injury, or have high blood pressure or heart problems, this style of fitness class may not be the best fit for you.
It’s always best to check with your health practitioner first to see if a cardio and weight-training style class will be safe for you.
You can get a challenging, full-body workout with just your body weight! Your BodyWorks instructor will work with what you have and make any recommendations if you need to challenge yourself more. For your comfort, however, we do recommend using a yoga mat during class.
To get the most out of your workout, you may want to include some dumbbells (just whatever light weights you feel comfortable doing multiple reps with), ankle weights, or wrist weights, and a yoga block if you have one!