in our unique Minneapolis studio are fun, engaging and effective. Get lots of guidance and attention from your instructor. If you’re a beginner, your teacher will help you with form and technique, and will encourage you to take plenty of breaks while you get your body used to the class. Those more athletic will be encouraged to do more.
It’s easy to meet others and make friends here. People are friendly and understand what it’s like to feel out of shape.
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Improve your core strength and posture. Ideal class to improve focus and concentration. Pilates Mat takes time to learn to do correctly so give yourself time to learn! We help you learn to feel it in the right places. Our classes are taught so beginners can learn right along with the more experienced. Everyone will be challenged in the class and leave standing taller and feeling stronger. No shoes. All levels. Private Pilates sessions or Pilates Reformer Classes are also a great option to learn Pilates on the equipment.
Build a beautiful body using dumbbells, bands and the small ball. Choose weights from 1 lb to 15lbs. You’ll tone, strengthen and shape your body from head to toe.
Dance/movement/mind/body workout incorporating many different styles of movement including martial arts. Not difficult choreography. Good for those with joint problems. No jumping/pounding. No shoes. All levels. Visit our Nia page to learn more about our Nia classes!
Iyengar yoga uses a variety of props to help you get into the poses effectively. Lots of instruction and help in the class. Ideal class for people new to yoga and people who are stiff, weak and inflexible. Also great for those wanting to work deeper into the poses, understanding that yoga is a lifelong practice that gets more challenging as you learn more. No shoes. All levels.
It’s like Aerial Yoga. It’s calm and rejuvinating. A class for anyone with an inflexible spine and shoulders. You’ll notice a big difference in mobility. No inversions, hanging or spinning. Use the low hammock to decompress your spine, release fascia and tight muscles, and relax your body and mind. No shoes.
Deep, relaxing stretch class. You’ll use bolsters, straps and other props to help you get into the proper positions. Great class for stress reduction …you’ll love the way your body feels after class. No shoes. All levels.
Small Ball Release
A studio favorite! Serious stress relief. Use the small balls to roll out and release tight muscles and to mobilize stuck fascia…leaving you feeling more mobile, loose and relaxed. Your body will thank you for going to this class. No shoes. All levels.
Aerobics with Soul
African dance/fitness class done barefoot. Moderate intensity level.
A class for everybody. Alternate boxing, standing balance and toning and fun, easy “dance” moves for relief in between. Get cardio and strengthening/toning in one class. Learn more here.
It feels like a barre class as you’re at the barre the entire class. Ballet moves at the barre give you hip, leg and upper body toning. Get 2 cardio bursts using 2 short boxing moves at the barre. End the class with a quick ab workout.
Change the shape of your body with this intense muscle toning class. You’ll use the ballet barre, the floor, and small weights to tone hips, thighs, abs and arms. Upbeat, energetic music. Non-stop movement. Also a great class to improve strength of your back and improve posture. It’s NOT ballet, yoga or Pilates. It’s ALL intense muscle toning. No shoes. All levels. Visit our Barre page to find out more about this class!
Strength training using the barbell and motivating music. No fancy steps. It’s easy to learn and it’s FUN. Not a great option for those with knee or shoulder trouble. A very good class for people new to lifting weights. Wear shoes.
45 minute tabata class featuring a warm up, 35 minutes of high intensity interval training using the step bench, ball, purple circles, jump ropes, weights and bands, and a cool-down and stretch. Lots of options offered to make the class doable for everyone. Shoes. All levels.
Athletic cardio and strength drills for all levels. GO “all out” and it gets insane. Or take options and go at your own pace. Everyone welcome. Wear clean indoor fitness “aerobic” shoes. Running shoes are not a good choice.
A Bollywood-inspired dance-fitness program mixing dynamic choreography with the hottest music from around the world. The cardio workout cycles between higher and lower-intensity dance sequences to get you moving, sweating, and motivated. At the very core of a BollyX workout is the inspiration it draws from the music and dance of Bollywood, the film industry of India.
Latin, hip hop dance fusion class. Easy to learn and loads of fun. Wear shoes.
WillPower and Grace
A well rounded class giving you overall muscle strengthening, flexibility, balance training, and moderate cardio. No jumping, no tricky choreography, and no dancing. However, the moves feel graceful and have a ballet and yoga feel. The last 30 minutes is yoga and stretching moves on the mat. For all levels.
Indoor cycling class set to the rhythm of motivating music. Based on the sport of cycle racing, RPM uses a series of stimulated climbs and sprints to create a workout where YOU control the intensity — it’s literally easier than riding a bike. A great exercise option for people with shoulder or other joint trouble that prevents you from jumping. We plan to teach the classes in a way that’s inclusive of everyone. Not competitive and not intimidating! If you’re new to cycling, start off with just part of the class and slowly work up to the whole hour class.
The staff are extremely friendly–they always use your name. There is a good variety of classes, which are taylored for all levels of fitness. The instructors are easy to follow and take the time to help us do the moves correctly. I enjoy the classes. They push me but also encourage me to work at my own pace. – JF
The variety and quality of classes are amazing! I have been pleasantly surprised by all of the offerings this studio has. There is also a very good community vibe here that makes you feel really welcome, even when you’re new! — Gretchen Arana