Top Form Fitness
At Onshore PT, we believe in a holistic approach to health and wellness, which is why our fitness sessions encompass a diverse range of offerings, including Fitness, Body Art, and Yoga classes. These integrated sessions are designed to provide you with a well-rounded experience that addresses not only your physical fitness but also your mental and emotional well-being.
Fitness Classes - Power Your Body
Our Fitness classes are the cornerstone of our sessions, focused on helping you reach your peak physical potential. Led by our experienced and motivating instructors, these classes offer dynamic workouts that target various aspects of fitness, such as cardiovascular endurance, strength training, and functional movement. Whether you’re looking to build muscle, shed unwanted pounds, or enhance your overall stamina, our Fitness classes provide the challenge and intensity you need to push yourself to new heights.
Unleash your potential with our personalized training programs. Our certified personal trainers are here to help you set and achieve your fitness goals, whether you’re looking to build muscle, lose weight, improve cardiovascular health, or increase overall strength and endurance. With a tailored plan and expert guidance, you’ll see remarkable progress and sustainable results.
Group Fitness Classes
Join our vibrant fitness community through invigorating group classes. From high-energy cardio sessions to mind-body practices like yoga and Pilates, our diverse range of classes offers something for everyone. Energize your workouts, connect with like-minded individuals, and experience the motivation that comes from working together toward a common goal.
Body Art - Sculpt, Tone, Transform
BodyART Is a form of exercise and movement therapy that combines elements of yoga, tai chi, and Pilates. It involves a series of flowing, functional movements that are performed to music. BodyART is designed to improve flexibility, strength, and balance.
The BodyART system is based on the principles of functional training, which emphasizes the use of exercises that mimic everyday movements and activities. It’s typically performed in a group class setting and it can be modified for individuals of all fitness levels.
Yoga Classes - Harmony for Body and Mind
Yoga is a powerful tool for enhancing your physical health. Through a series of gentle yet invigorating postures and movements, you’ll improve your flexibility, balance, and strength. The practice helps alleviate tension, enhance circulation, and promote better posture, leading to a more aligned and vibrant body.
In our fast-paced world, finding mental clarity is essential. Yoga provides a sanctuary for you to unwind, focus on the present moment, and cultivate mindfulness. With deep breathing exercises and guided relaxation, our Yoga classes help reduce stress, anxiety, and mental fatigue, leaving you with a sense of calm and renewed mental clarity.
Our Yoga Offerings:
Experience the foundational practice of Hatha Yoga, focusing on aligning the body, breath, and mind. Suitable for practitioners of all levels, these classes offer a balanced blend of postures, breathwork, and relaxation techniques.
Energize your practice with Vinyasa Flow, a dynamic sequence of poses linked with breath. These classes promote fluidity, strength, and creativity as you move seamlessly from one pose to the next.
Indulge in deep relaxation and restoration with Restorative Yoga. Through supported poses and gentle stretches, you’ll release tension, rejuvenate your body, and experience profound relaxation.
The Top Form Fitness Advantage
FAQs about BodyART
Yoga and BodyART are both forms of exercise and movement therapy that can have many similar benefits, such as improved flexibility, strength, and balance. However, there are some key differences between the two practices: Origins: Yoga is an ancient Indian physical and spiritual discipline that has been practiced for thousands of years, while BodyART is a relatively modern system that was developed in the late 1990s. Techniques: Yoga typically involves a series of static postures (asanas) that are held for a period of time while BodyART involves a series of flowing, functional movements that are performed to music. Focus: Yoga has a spiritual or meditative component and the practice may involve breathing techniques and mindful practices while BodyART tends to focus on more physical movement and functional training.
Absolutely, yoga is a highly adaptable practice that can be modified to accommodate various physical limitations. Many yoga poses and practices can be tailored to suit individual needs and abilities. If you have physical limitations, practicing yoga can offer numerous benefits, including increased flexibility, improved balance, reduced stress, and enhanced overall well-being.
Body art can be enjoyed and appreciated by people of all artistic skill levels, including those who may not consider themselves “naturally artistic.” Body art sessions focus on more than just creating visually appealing designs; they offer a unique and holistic experience that combines movement, self-expression, and creativity.