It’s the hottest barre workout in the world!! We start out this one hour calorie scorcher with a 10 minute warmup, followed by arm toning circuits using 3-4lb weights. We will then move over to the barre and work through a seamless flow of movements focusing on glutes, quads, hamstrings and more! Bootybarre also includes several cardio intervals to get that heart pumping! We finish up with abdominals and stretching leaving no muscle untouched!! All levels are welcome as modifications are given in every class! We pride ourselves on standing behind the bootybarre® brand derived from Tracey Mallett. To insure we uphold the integrity of the program, Carrie Aquino, trained directly with Tracey, and requires all of our barre instructors to be trained and certified through this program
Les Mills BODYPUMP™
WHY DOES BODYPUMP WORK?
The effectiveness of BODYPUMP™ comes from The Rep Effect, a proven formula that exhausts muscles using light weights, while performing high repetitions – this is the secret to developing lean, athletic muscle.
HOW MANY CALORIES DO YOU BURN DOING BODYPUMP?
While you can expect to burn around 560 calories* during a 55-minute BODYPUMP workout, it’s the building of lean muscle mass that provides the long-term benefits. By building lean muscle mass you increase your body’s ability to effectively burn calories in the long term as the extra muscle will raise your metabolism. Read more about this here.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU DO BODYPUMP?
BODYPUMP challenges all of your major muscle groups so we recommend you do no more than two to three classes a week, and make sure you have a day off in between. Add two or three cardio classes into the mix and you’ll shape and tone your body in no time.
WHAT EXERCISES DO YOU DO DURING BODYPUMP?
A 55-minute BODYPUMP workout features ten tracks, each focusing on a different muscle group. While instructors will often mix and match the tracks, you can always expect to do a good dose of squats, deadlifts, clean and presses, lunges and bicep curls. And, more often than not you’ll find push ups, chest presses, overhead presses and crunches are part of the mix too.
DOES BODYPUMP REALLY GET RESULTS?
BODYPUMP really is the ultimate calorie burning resistance training workout. A ground-breaking new study shows that BODYPUMP generates a long-term calorie burning response that is far greater than a calorie-matched cardio class. BODYPUMP can therefore be described as a more potent exercise stimulus. This is backed up by research highlighting that the fast tempo resistance training of BODYPUMP expends more energy than lifting heavier loads at a slower rate. Studies also show that the high-repetition, low-load training of BODYPUMP can aid bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
HOW MUCH WEIGHT SHOULD YOU LIFT DURING BODYPUMP?
There’s no pressure to lift heavy in a BODYPUMP class. In fact, the whole workout is structured around high repetitions using light weights. However, continual progression is the key to getting the most out of any strength training, so you need to lift more weight as you get stronger. If a BODYPUMP workout is not getting you hot and sweaty, and you’re not hanging out for the end of each track then it’s likely that your resistance is too light. We suggest you pick a couple of tracks where you think you can lift a heavier weight and add an extra weight plate to your bar. Remember, if at any time you feel that the weight you are lifting is compromising your technique stop for a few reps and reset – or simply drop your weight slightly.
HOW STRONG DO YOU NEED TO BE?
In a BODYPUMP workout there are options to suit every ability. If you’re new to the workout start with very light weights (or even just the bar). Perhaps just do the first four or five tracks a couple of times a week. You’ll find your fitness and strength improves over a number of sessions.
WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR A BODYPUMP WORKOUT?
BODYPUMP uses a weight bar and weight plates and a step. You’ll need to wear comfortable workout clothes and supportive shoes, and bring your own drink bottle and a sweat towel.
CAN YOU DO BODYPUMP WHILE PREGNANT?
Plenty of people do BODYPUMP during pregnancy. If you’re pregnant and keen to do BODYPUMP we suggest seeking the advice of your doctor or midwife, as they have the best understanding of your personal medical history. If you can, chat to your instructor beforehand and let them know you’re pregnant – they will be able to coach you through the pregnancy modifications during the class.
Broga®Yoga - Yoga For Men
This one is for the boys... and MEN! This simple, chill and rewarding yoga class is designed to lengthen through the low back by increasing flexiblilty in the hamstrings and hip flexors. BrogaYoga will also increase strength and endurance in turn making sports activities safer by reducing the risk of injury. Young athletes are welcome and highly encouraged to attend this class.
As the areas only certified Broga®Yoga studio, we are proud to offer this unique option!
Ready to get airborne? Aerial Yoga offers you to get your feet off the ground and become familiar with the aerial silk. This unique style of yoga, you’ll explore some familiar shapes and postures in new planes helping you bend a bit deeper and invert with ease. After a centering warm up, you’ll move through poses that will build upper body & core strength, You’ll cool down with some restorative stretches and perhaps one of the most blissful savasanas floating in the silk.
Our Youth Programs are designed for ages 8+
OpenAerial is a little less "structured". Consider it 'playtime'! Come in and experience our Lyra Hoops, aerial hammocks and aerial silk! Learn tips and tricks from experienced instructors every week. Ages 12+ welcome.
High Intensity Interval Training
is a great way to improve your cardiovascular health and endurance-think of it as strength training for your heart.
In conjunction with Steady State (SS) exercise, (running, cycling, swimming, walking, etc.,) HIIT can help make the activities of daily living easier, such as walking up a flight of stairs or vacuuming.
Cardiorespiratory training also helps to ward off chronic diseases- such as heart disease which is the leading cause of death in Americans. It improves your mental health, as well as lowering your risk of developing some cancers.
All of our HIIT classes incorporate a variety of props including kettlebell, slam balls, chairs, free weights, jump roping and more! These classes are set for 45 minutes!
All levels welcome!
This class suitable for beginners and beyond, will focus on the traditional and not so traditional kettlebell exercises designed to increase strength, mobility and endurance. We will incorporate fun, unique ways to move your body with a 10lb or 15lb kettlebell for the ultimate full body workout.
Another Evolve Exclusive, this class does just what it promises. Melt away the stresses of the day with this candlelit class with complete focus on low back and hips. A 75 degree room temperature allows for comfortable long holds to increase flexibility.
Previously name Yoga Basics, this class is beginner friendly. Slow Flows will breakdown poses and educate you on when to breath during transitions. Perfect for stress relief and increasing balance and flexibility.
The perfect balance on heart pumping cardio and all the restorative benefits of yoga. High Intensity Intervals pair up with segments of complimenting yoga poses, creates the ultimate workout. 45 minute class.
Circa 2003, this creation packs a punch. Take 30 minutes of power yoga flows combined with arm balances and then fire up that core with 30 minutes of traditional Mat Pilates. This is considered an intermediate class, though modifications will be offered for beginners
This vinyasa style power class has everything you need to strengthen, stretch and detox your way to a Rejuvenated mind, body and soul. Our room temperature will be set between 85-90 degrees so bring plenty of water, a sweat towel and some determination
Due to COVID 19 and reopening guidelines regarding optimal airflow and spacing restrictions, we are currently not offering this class. Please check back soon!