Whatever your fitness goals or your athletic pursuits, the combination of stretch and strength in yoga will benefit you. Shoulders, hips,  back, legs—yoga is designed to stretch out and strengthen the whole body from head to toe.
We’ll begin with a focus on the basics of the practice–the breath, the body locks, and neutral alignment in your joints. Then we’ll run through a long series of key poses, modifications and their intensification, and end with long-holding deep stretch postures.
*Men and women of all fitness levels are encouraged to attend.

Upcoming Workshops

Day & Time

Saturday, November 26 • 2 – 3:30 PM

Fusion Fit Yoga Workshop


Per Participant

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga poses work by stretching your muscles. They can help you move better and feel less stiff or tired. At any level of yoga, you’ll notice the benefits quickly. In one study, people improved their flexibility by up to 35% after only 8 weeks.

Many of the poses, such as upward and downward dog and the plank pose build upper-body strength. The standing poses, especially if you hold them for several long breaths, build strength in your hamstrings, quadriceps and abs. Poses that strengthen the lower back include upward dog and the chair pose.

When you’re stronger and more flexible, your posture improves. Most standing and sitting poses strengthen your core, and with a stronger core, you’re more likely to sit up straight and stand tall. Yoga also helps you become more aware of your body; you’ll notice more quickly if you’re slouching or slumping.
When practicing yoga, you pay close attention to your breath, which helps you relax and let go of stress. Yoga has been shown to lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels, slow heart rate, and boost immune system function.

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