As many of you know, I have a pass to corepower yoga since it just opened really close to me. This was something i was looking forward to since I know they offer yoga sculpt which often includes weights and cardio-something that really interested me!
At this studio, they offer many other classes, and I pushed myself to attend different ones so I can experience them and see which ones I like and whatnot.
Hot Power Fusion
-heated at 100 degrees, and there are no chaturangas!
–nice slow pace, which is good bc it is SO HOT! the heat sometimes kills it for me though, it’s definitely not a class I try to take often
-yoga but with weights AND cardio, and heated room at 90-95 degrees
–nice change of pace, def waaay more intense than I imagine, I simply thought it was just yoga with weights, but they def add cardio to rise your heart rate! you are doing jumping jacks, squats, basically everything that is hard, bc the room is heated also. I like it but not something I want to take on the regular either.
Core Power 1
-Beginner yoga at 85 degrees
–my fave so far, hardest move for me is the crow pose
Core Power 2
-Intermediate yoga at 90-95 degrees
–not bad, a step above me since it involves more poses that challenge me and my balancing (which is good!) but I def don’t know all of the moves yet, so I do feel like a beginner in this class when they say something and I have to look around and see what is going on.
-Free weekly class, a C1 class
–I like it, not much different from the C1 class, just open to the public.
They also offer workshops, but I haven’t been able to attend any of them. They are:
-Yoga 101 (90 mins)
-Chatarunga (90 mins)
Hopefully, I can take these classes soon and let you know what I think!
Although my 2 months pass ended, I decided to give it another month, so far, I like yoga, but I’m not in love w/it. It’s def a good way to wind down from a crazy day, and to stretch out from a run and to give you a new way to see things by thinking about having an intention during class. It has given a new perspective on life in some ways, so that’s good.