Fitness Yoga Classes Saint George UT

Local resource for fitness yoga classes in Saint George, UT. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to fitness yoga classes, fitness yoga lessons, fitness clubs as well as information on health centers and content on yoga.

Inner Light Yoga with Enilse ( at The DANCE SHOPPE)
(435) 635-3981
969 N. 350 E.
St. George, UT
Yoga Styles
Iyengar

Inner Light Yoga Saint George
(435) 635-3981
969 North 3050 East
Saint George, UT
 
Alyssa Krug
(801) 427-8420
Orem, UT
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Yoga, Pilates, Aerobics, Body Sculpting, Boot Camp
Schedule Type
NASM
General Information
23 years old (trains both men and women)

Chris orgill
(801) 575-7122
Salt Lake City, UT
Specialty
Strength Building, Body Building, Weight Loss, Yoga, Aerobics, Kick Boxing, Body Sculpting, assisted stretching
Schedule Type
ISSA certification
Education
5 years of exercise science. at Salt lake community college and the university of utah, ISSA certification, ACE prep, NASM prep,studying diffrent personal trainer techniques from.bob harpertoney horton
General Information
24 years old (trains both men and women)

Granite Peaks Community Ed Yoga
(801) 967-8143
5204 Charlotte Ave.
Kearns, UT
Yoga Styles
Hatha & Kundalini

Red Mountain Resort & Spa
(435) 673-4905
1275 E. Red Mountain Circle
Ivins, UT
Yoga Styles
Iyengar, Vinyasa/Flow, Kundalini, Yoga

St George Pilates & Yoga Studio
(435) 668-8151
348 N Bluff St
Saint George, UT
 
Amanda Pribyl
(801) 623-1342
American Fork, UT
Specialty
Strength Building, Weight Loss, Rehabilitation, Yoga, Pilates, Aerobics, Body Sculpting, Marathons
Schedule Type
NASM, APEX
Education
Bachelors in Exercise Science from BYU
General Information
25 years old (trains both men and women)

Universal Reiki Light
(801) 941-2947
4600 S Harrison Blvd. Suite 220
Ogden, UT

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Yoga At Fitlife Center
(801) 444-1433
116 N Adamswood Rd
Layton, UT
 
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Yoga Firms Your Body

Approaching middle age and beyond, we complain about losing our youth, vitality, energy, and our firm and youthful-looking bodies. As we age, skin loses its elasticity and begins to wrinkle and sag. Our face starts getting wrinkled; excess skin gathers around our bellies and on the backsides of our arms. It reminds us that if we don’t do something soon, we’ll look much older than we feel.

Loss of body tone is a natural phenomenon of aging and goes beyond making us look older. It impedes circulation and contributes to ill health. There are many ways to counter the loss of body tone and improve circulation. Most involve physical activities; such as running, jogging, racquet sports, swimming, gym workouts, and so on. All are effective, yet everybody do not prefer outdoor activities.

A principal impediment to maintaining a disciplined exercise program is that the older we become, the more difficult is to maintain a regular workout. The body resists and there is never enough time. It always seems like more we need to exercise, the harder it is. Yet in order for exercise to be effective, consistency over time is required.

When time is limited, we usually focus on one or two activities and tend to “just do it” without an appropriate warm-up or cool-down. In a best-case scenario, “just doing it” leads to boredom and a worse case scenario leads to injury. Although cross training is essential for maximizing physical health, we don’t make time for engaging in multiple sporting activities much less take time for effective warming-up, and cooling-down. This is when yoga becomes so advantageous.

Not only is yoga a fabulous cross training tool for virtually all sports, it is in itself, a total fitness package encompassing hundreds of different exercises, both aerobic and non-aerobic. Yet yoga goes well beyond athletics. Through its controlled and precise breathing; and through its strengthening, stretching, and endurance bui...

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