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Local Lancaster Athletic Club offers Different types of Yoga Classes to Enhance Health, Wellness, and Personal Fitness

Health is Wealth and keeping yourself free of stress, staying focused on your fitness goals, and learning to stay calm and centered under pressure are just one part of finding balance. Finding a favorite type of yoga and experiencing multiple classes is not only fun but is crucial to your success.

Specific practices like yoga and pilates not only help you to relax and strengthen core muscles but help to quiet your mind as well. Here is a list of a variety of yoga classes offered and available to you exclusively at Universal Athletic Club.

As listed on the Universal Athletic Club website here are five different class options to consider:

Lesmills Bodybalance

Bodybalance is a dynamic, yoga-based class set to music. Including elements of tai chi and pilates, it’s a revolution in mind-body training. Participants of all levels will leave the class feeling energized and renewed.

Mat Pilates

So much more than an ab workout! This mat-based class moves your joints in a healthy range of motion, increases breath capacity, and restores balance and flexibility. Leave this class feeling longer and stronger from head to toe.

Yoga/Heated Power Yoga Basics

In this 30-minute instructional class, available in both heated and unheated options, the instructor will break down the vinyasa power yoga sequence in a workshop-like format. The slower pace allows time for detailed instructions on the asanas (poses) and time for questions. Everyone can benefit from this class, either as a starting point for those new to yoga or an addition to an existing practice.

Yin Yoga

Using long holds and a slow pace, Yin Yoga provides a deep stretch to the fascial tissues. Blankets, pillows, blocks, and straps provide support as you surrender to each pose. Each of the 3-5 seated or reclined poses allow time and gravity to lengthen and untangle the connective tissues surrounding the muscles and joints. Yin yoga asanas use lots of props, that are provided, or you can bring your own pillows, blankets, blocks, and straps. This class is beneficial on its own, or a great add-on to an HPY class.

Yoga Etiquette for review:

  • Always remember to remove your shoes before entering the studio.
  • Respect the sanctity of the yoga space and speak quietly.
  • Avoid wearing perfumes or scented products to class
  • Please turn off all mobile devices or set them to silent.
  • Clean your space and wipe up all water before leaving.
  • Place personal items in the cubbies.
  • Wipe mats with available disinfectant and hang them back on the wall.
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