New to kettlebells?
Join us for a Kettlebell Basics Class!

New clients must attend an introductory Kettlebell Basics class before joining any of the other kettlebells classes.  Please contact us to schedule your introductory Kettlebell Basics class.

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Please call or e-mail to sign up for class.

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Class Size: 15 People

Kettlebell Basics will teach you the fundamental movements required for all kettlebell exercises. You will learn the correct way to safely load your hips to perform deadlifts and swings, as well as other kettlebell and bodyweight exercises that will increase your strength, endurance, mobility and stability. BEGINNER

Core Strength and Mobility will improve your stability and mobiliy.  Strengthen the stabilizing muscles of your core and increase your ability to move well using foam rollers, stretching, bodyweight exercises and mobility drills. This class combined with kettlebell classes will give you a well-rounded work out routine.  ALL LEVELS - no kettlebell experience required.

Circuits will move you throughout the gym.  Move through various exercises using kettlebells, the rope, medicine balls, the suspension trainer, bodyweight exercises and more.  You won't get bored!  ALL LEVELS, but you should be comfortable with Kettlebell Basics.

KB and Mobility is a combination of kettlebell work interspersed with foam roller and mobility drills, stretching, and yoga moves. ALL LEVELS, but you should be comfortable with Kettlebell Basics.

KB Express is 30 minutes of your favorite kettlebell exercises, including a brief warm up and cool down.  ALL LEVELS, but you should be comfortable with Kettlebell Basics.

Powerbells is a 45 minute intense kettlebell class.  Learn some advanced exercises, work with double kettlebells, and take the basic exercises to the next level with combination moves. Not sure if this class is right for you?  Ask one of our instructors.  We'll guide you!  INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED - you must be proficient with the fundamental kettlebell exercises and have reasonably good endurance.  

Systema, or The System, is a Russian Martial Art developed and used by Russian Special Forces (Spetsnaz). Systema is based on four underlying principles: Form/Posture, Breathing, Movement, and Relaxation. Students build skill and knowledge from those four principles in order to develop combat skill that includes movements that are powerful and precise, instant and economical, spontaneous, subtle and diverse.  Systema is an outstanding tool for self-defense, improving your health, or simply giving a different perspective on martial arts. Training is suitable for anyone, all that is required is an open mind.

Yoga creates balance in the body by developing both strength and flexibility.  This is done through the performance of poses or postures, each of which has specific physical benefits.  The poses can be done quickly in succession creating heat in the body through movement, or more slowly to increase stamina and perfect the alignment of the pose. We currently hold monthly 2-hour yoga workshops.  Join us for opening, releasing, and letting go through asana, pranayama, relaxation and essential oils. ALL LEVELS.

Yoga Nidra The literal translation is yogic sleep. It is an ancient form of meditation that will take you to the deepest levels of relaxation while remaining fully awake. At this state you are able to go beyond the limitations of mind and ego to realign with spirit allowing you to effortlessly disengage from habitual patterns. Here you are free to create a life open to your highest potential rather than acquired conditioning. “You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it.” – Albert Einstein

Indian Clubs have been around for thousands of years, and are rooted in martial arts training.  They look like small baseball bats and only weigh one or two pounds.  Although they can be a great complement to martial arts training, they are extremely useful for anyone to help improve shoulder health and all-around upper body mobility.  They are used for restorative and rehabilitative purposes.  Indian Clubs are incorporated into some of our classes rather than as a stand-alone class.  They are very beneficial as a warm up, or as active recovery in between other exercises.

NOTE: We have yoga mats, blocks, straps, and blankets, etc. for your use. However, you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer.