Yoga

Yoga

Objectives: Injury-Prevention, Endurance, Breath-Control, Recovery, Increased Energy, Strength, Fat Loss

Hot Power Yoga: 95 degrees. This class is fast-paced, great for strength training and will mentally and physically wring you out! From muddyfeetyoga.com : “Power yoga is NOT all about getting into the deepest, most advanced poses or about getting the best, sweatiest workout you can (although those things do happen when you break barriers!). It’s about personal empowerment; tapping into your personal power and standing in it with two feet. In (Power Yoga) you’ll learn why power yogis do things the way they do, how to find your calm in the eye of the storm, and how to meet and move past your barriers to personal empowerment. We’ll move, breathe, laugh, and sweat. Are you ready to find your roar?”

Warm Vinyasa Yoga: 90 degrees. Think of Power Yoga with the volume turned down! More focus on alignment, more time to rest and reflect in each pose. This is class is still great for strength training, but it has a more accessible feel. Vinyasa yoga connects breath and movement, improves your flexibility, releases stagnant energy, and makes you sweat!

Yin Yoga: No heat. Yin Yoga is deep stretching within the joints. Yin focuses on very long holds, for very deep results. Marrow-washing and pain-relieving, Yin applies moderate stress to your connective tissues, increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. IF YOU CROSS-FIT, YOU MUST YIN. Yin is a head-game which teaches you how to manage when stress is invited onto your mat (or into your life).

Meditation: No heat. In meditation, you’ll learn how to be still and observe. Meditation is becoming widely known for its benefits on stress, sleep, and overall health and wellbeing. You’ll leave feeling calm and refreshed, ready to meet your week with a whole new perspective. Donation-based (pay what you want).

30/30: 30 Minute WOD/30 Minute Yoga. This class is designed to perfectly compliment Pro-Fit’s workout of the day. Incorporating strength, flexibility, and breath-work, this class is a welcomed mid-week treat.

 

Sunday 3:30-4:30 p.m. Hot Power Yoga

Sunday 4:30-5 p.m. Meditation (donation- based)

Monday 6-7 p.m. Warm Vinyasa Yoga (starting 9/18)

Tuesday 6-7:15 p.m. Yin Yoga (not heated)

Wednesday 9:50 a.m. 30/30 (30 minute WOD/30 min Yoga)

Wednesday 7:30-8:30 p.m. Warm Vinyasa Yoga

Thursday 6 -7 p.m. Hot Power Yoga

Space is limited. Must Reserve Your Spot in class beforehand on our schedule page. Feel free to email us with any questions.


  • Ever since Profit added hot yoga and spin, it’s really become the all-in-one gym for me.

    Stacey Christians, Member

    Ever since Profit added hot yoga and spin, it’s really become the all-in-one gym for me. Now I am able to go straight from the WOD to hot yoga to stretch and relax the muscles I just used. And on some days, hot yoga is the perfect “off day” alternative to doing nothing: balance, stretch and flexibility.

  • Pro Fit hot yoga classes are the perfect blend of challenging and rejuvenating

    Kim Martin, Member

    Since joining Pro Fit almost three years ago I have not only gained strength and improved my level of fitness, but I have acquired the confidence that goes along with pushing yourself and seeing those results. Pro Fit hot yoga classes are the perfect blend of challenging and rejuvenating. The yoga class alone is a fantastic workout, but also a great compliment to the WODs on the days that I want to do a little more.

  • The Hot Yoga is something my wife and I can do together to get a good stretch and work on flexibility.

    Kevin Heckman, Member

    I like Pro-Fit for the varied workouts that keeps exercising from getting stale. I’m stronger now and the added spin classes, which are great for aerobic fitness. The Hot Yoga is something my wife and I can do together to get a good stretch and work on flexibility.

  • I found that incorporating yoga into my workout routine has helped my balance, coordination, core strength and endurance/stamina.

    Chris Arthur, Member

    I have become aware that aches and pains are more prevalent today than they were years ago. I found that incorporating yoga into my workout routine has helped my balance, coordination, core strength and endurance/stamina. In addition to my 6 workouts (WOD) each week, my goal was to include Hot Yoga 1x week. I'm now up to 4 Hot Yoga sessions per week. The instructors are great and will challenge you, no matter your level.

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