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Hot-Pilates at Gateway Hills Health Club

 

Hot Pilates is an extremely chal­leng­ing full-body work­out using Pilates prin­ci­ples. There is no impact, so it is safe prac­tice for all fit­ness lev­els of students.

And it makes you feel goooooood.

How would you like to strengthen your core mus­cles so that you can eas­ily lift up your up kids or carry your gro­ceries? How about keep­ing your body feel­ing young, healthy, and strong? Would you like that?

With Hot Pilates, you will tap into that core strength. After one week you will notice the dif­fer­ence. The way you feel, the way you look, and all those compliments…

 

 

What is Hot Pilates?

Hot Pilates is a train­ing sys­tem which com­bines Pilates prin­ci­ples with high inten­sity inter­val train­ing and is per­formed in a room heated to 95 degrees Fahren­heit and 40% humidity.

 

 

Why would you do Hot Pilates?

Hot Pilates cre­ates long lean mus­cle mass, burns fat, and increases fit­ness lev­els. It cre­ates a stronger core, improves cir­cu­la­tion, and increases flex­i­bil­ity. It is per­formed on a yoga mat mak­ing it zero impact, pro­tect­ing your joints and mus­cles from the pound­ing of other exer­cises like run­ning and jumping.

 

 

How does it work?

Hot Pilates com­bines car­dio and mus­cle ton­ing in a heated room. The high inten­sity inter­val train­ing keeps your heart rate up, help­ing you burn fat. The Pilates prin­ci­ples sculpt you body, cre­at­ing long lean mus­cle mass. The heat loosens up the mus­cles quickly, and the humid­ity makes you sweat — ele­vat­ing your heart rate, boost­ing metab­o­lism, and pro­mot­ing detoxification.

 

 

How do I get started?

All you have to bring is 1) a yoga mat, 2) a towel, and 3) a large water. We offer intro­duc­tory rate for new stu­dents who want to try it out and monthly mem­ber­ships who wish to make Hot Pilates their reg­u­lar practice.

 

 

 Hot-Yoga at Gateway Hills Health Club

 

Hot-Yoga classes are filled with soft, ambient lighting, accustical sound system, and are heated by custom designed, state-of-the-art systems that provides the perfect blend of heat, humidity and fresh airflow. Our infa-red radiant heating system is uniquely designed and developed to the specifications of the particular environmental space.

 

While foundationally based in hot vinyasa flow yoga, all of GHHC's yoga teachers are enthusiastically encouraged to bring a distinctive sense of inventiveness to class, drawing from their own life experience and unique approach to practice. As a result, each GHHC. yoga class is an original, constantly re-created to be fun and vigorously enjoyed in the moment.

We offer a full schedule of morning, evening and weekend classes, that offer challenging, yet accessible instruction for students new to yoga, those who have been cultivating their practice for years, and every manner of inspired yogi in between. Classes include our vinyasa-based Power Flow (heated to 95-100 degrees), and hatha-based Power Flow (heated to 100-105 degrees),

 

Set a clear intention to come to your mat as often as possible, and you will strengthen your body, center your mind and unfold in ways you might never have thought possible!

 

 
What is Hot-Yoga?

Hot-Yoga is one of the oldest holistic healthcare systems in existence, with roots dating back almost 5,000 years. Founded in India, the Sanskrit word 'yoga' literally means 'union'. The intent of yoga is to form a vibrant connection between body, mind and spirit, creating a lasting, integrative wellness program that one can cultivate for a lifetime. Today, yoga, in forms both classical and contemporary, has been embraced worldwide for its unparalleled health and healing benefits, available to people of all ages, sizes and levels of fitness.

A yoga practice consists of physical postures called asanas, breathing exercises called pranayama, and elements of meditation. Dynamically incorporated into a whole, yoga combines a compelling physical workout, improving strength, flexibility, balance and endurance, with a profound mental wellness component that conveys focus, clarity, and composure long after practice has ended.

 

 

Why would you do Hot Yoga?

Hot Yoga cre­ates long lean mus­cle mass, burns fat, and increases fit­ness lev­els. It cre­ates a stronger core, improves cir­cu­la­tion, and increases flex­i­bil­ity. It is per­formed on a yoga mat mak­ing it zero impact, pro­tect­ing your joints and mus­cles from the pound­ing of other exer­cises like run­ning and jumping.

 

 

How does it work?

Hot Yoga com­bines cario and full body mus­cle ton­ing in a heated room up to 105 degrees. The low inten­sity inter­val train­ing keeps your heart rate elevated to help­ing you burn fat.  A routine yoga pratice will sculpt you body, cre­at­ing long lean mus­cle mass. The heat loosens up the mus­cles quickly, and the humid­ity makes you sweat — ele­vat­ing your heart rate, boost­ing metab­o­lism, and pro­mot­ing detoxification.

 

 

How do I get started?

All you have to bring is 1) a yoga mat, 2) a towel, and 3) a large water. We offer intro­duc­tory rate for new stu­dents who want to try it out and monthly mem­ber­ships who wish to make Hot Pilates their reg­u­lar practice. 

 

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