LEXINGTON FITNESS CLUB

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Schedule is subject to change. 

Yoga & Tai Chi Schedule

Sunday
 Monday
  Tuesday 
 Wednesday
 Thursday


 7:45 am - 8:45 am
    Gentle Yoga Flow
       (LFC/Sukha)     
Margaret

 
 
 7:45 am - 8:45 am
    Gentle Yoga Flow
       (LFC/Sukha)     
Margaret
 
   8:30 am - 9:45 am
All Levels Flow
(LFC/Sukha)
Margaret
 
9:30 am - 10:15 am
 Tai Chi 
Basic Low Impact
Bob

9:40 am  - 10:40 am
Flow Yoga 
(LFC)
Nicole

9:30 am - 10:15 am
 Tai Chi 
Basic Low Impact
Bob
 
10:15 am - 11:00 am 
Tai Chi 
Forms Practice
Bob

 
 
 
10:15 am - 11:00 am 
Tai Chi 
Forms Practice
Bob

 

Gentle Yoga Flow

This class is designed to introduce or bring you back to the basics of yoga. It focuses on the fundamentals of a vinyasa flow and is a great way to start your practice or refresh your foundation knowledge. Beginners flow is done in a gently heated setting. Suitable for Beginners to Intermediate levels.     

All Levels Flow

This All Levels flow class is specially designed to give the student a strong understanding of the underlying strength and alignment of each posture. This class will help students to move safely through the postures while gaining powerful awareness to enjoy the true benefits of yoga. All experience levels welcomed.

Flow Yoga

Try Flow Yoga -- also known as Vinyasa -- a dynamic, breath-centered style of Hatha yoga in which flowing sequences of postures are woven into a balanced, whole body workout.  All experience levels welcome.

Sukha Living Studio

In Sanskrit, Sukha means ease, and Sthira means steadiness. In teaching yoga, we bring a balance of Sthira with Sukha, pursuing steadiness with ease in every aspect of our living.
Live Every Breath With Ease in every present moment ...........

Tai Chi

     Tai Chi is an excellent form of exercise - especially for older adults and people who desire a gentle form of exercise. Tai Chi can help improve one's balance, coordination, flexibility and strength. It is a form of body and mind training that helps one develop relaxation and focus.


     The class is in two parts.  The first part is a series of low-impact exercises that focus on improving coordination, flexibility, balancing, relaxation and moderate strength building. We will practice basic Tai Chi movements that are building blocks for learning the longer Tai Chi forms. This first part is ideal for people who like to do some gentle exercises and start learning Tai Chi.


     In the second part, we will practice through several Tai Chi Forms. Typically, we will practice the “standardized” 24, 42 and 48 Tai Chi hand forms, the 32 Tai Chi Jian (sword) form and the Tai Chi Kung Fu Fan form.


     Please wear comfortable exercise clothing. Please note that no street shoes will be permitted in the practice area. Socks might be slippery on the hardwood floor, so we suggest socks that have tread or gripper bottom. Other option is barefoot or a pair of soft sole martial arts shoe that is dedicated for indoor practice use.   We look forward to meeting new participants!