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Class Descriptions

  • HIIT

    HIIT is an incredibly time efficient form of exercise. Just 15 minutes of HIIT is said to be comparable to an hour of steady state cardio and increases your metabolic rate for up to 48 hours following. Classes will include a warm up, high intensity intervals of various exercises followed by short recovery periods. All classes end with a cool down. Reset uses several different formats of HIIT, including:

     

    Tabata: 20 sec interval, 10 sec rest x 8= 1 round of Tabata (4 min)

     

    Shred: Jillian Michaels has trademarked this format which includes a 3 minute warm up, 4 x six minute circuits and finishes with a 3 minute cool down.

     

    Pyramid: This format starts with shorter intervals of 10-15 seconds and builds up to longer intervals of 50-60 seconds and then decreases in the same format.

     

    Ladder: These sets are comprised of one longer interval (30 seconds) immediately followed by a new exercise at a slightly shorter interval (20 seconds) and finishes with a final exercise of a short burst of 10 seconds. This is repeated with new exercises.

  • Pilates

    Pilates is an excellent way to strengthen the entire body while both improving mind body connection and developing physical strength. Exercises will focus on balance, building core strength and improving overall mobility. Post pilates you will feel renewed and restored.

  • Strength & Mobility
    Designed to target different muscle groups through resistance training using props like flex bands, free weights or kettle bells. This is a great class to do in combination with any of the others or on its own.
  • Hatha Yoga
    Hatha yoga classes use the breath to create a link between the body and the mind. This well-rounded style builds flexibility and strength while balancing and opening the body, minimizing the chance of injury. Sometimes you'll flow between postures, sometimes you'll hold a pose in a static position for a few rounds of breath. Overall, you will learn to still the mind and be present in the moment.
  • Chair Yoga
    The class will be done with the use of a chair, with the first half of the class seated, doing some adaptations of traditional Hatha yoga poses, and the second half will be standing with the use of the chairs for support for balance etc. This type of yoga is excellent for anyone new to the practice, someone recovering from an injury, or simply for those who could use a bit of extra help as they get used to some of the movements.
  • Yin Yoga
    Yin Yoga is a slower-paced, more meditative version of yoga. The poses are held for a long period of time (typically three to five minutes or longer) to target the connective tissues (such as the ligaments and the fascia) rather than focusing on the muscles. As a result, the asanas are more passive holds, with little muscular engagement.

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