At UP Fitness, we take a practical, user-friendly approach to yoga which is accessible, understandable and doable by individuals at any level of fitness. Let our instructors guide you to a sense of peace and well-being, while strengthening, toning, and de-stressing your body. Our goal is you leave our classes feeling relaxed, content and recharged.
A unique collection of classes are offered in group and private settings
YOGA – Vinyasa Flow: Come join us in this incredible relaxing yet challenging Vinyasa Yoga class, in which movement is synchronized to the breath. Focus on your clarity while you also increase your flexibility & get in an incredible challenging sweat for your day. Enjoy this smooth flow of poses with our UP Fitness community, together as one, working on your breath while you flow. Reduce any stress from your day and get into the right mindset with this Vinyasa Flow.
YOGA – UP Sweat: Expect to move, breathe, explore, and sweat in this 60 minute gently heated vinyasa style class. UP Sweat focuses on flowing from pose to pose and linking your movement with your breath. You will start with a centering and warm up before flowing through various sequences and finishing in Savasana. Your body will reap in the benefits of increased endurance, stamina, strength, and flexibility. Not to mention, the heat aids in warming the body and increasing detoxification through sweat. So come on and UP Sweat.
YOGA – Your Yoga: Join us for a yoga class that meets you where you are. Whether you are a complete beginner or have been practicing for years, this class will help you make progress. We offer guidance and support to make sure every pose is done safely and is the right option for you. Whether you can barely hold a downward dog or are working on mastering a handstand, this is class has options for everyone!
YOGA – Forrest-Style: Forrest Yoga is a modern yoga style based on Hatha yoga. It was created by and named for Ana T. Forrest, an American yogini. It is known for “its long holding of positions, emphasis on abdominal core work, and standing series.” The style emphasizes connecting to one’s feelings in order to work through physical and emotional trauma.