Think Yoga Is Always Easy And Relaxing?


When most people think of yoga, they think of a quiet environment, where participants spend a lot of time just laying around, holding poses, and focusing on their breathing.  While there are serious benefits to this type of yoga, this is not the only variety out there.

Sculpt yoga is a form of yoga that incorporates weights into the discipline.  You move from pose to pose, sometimes incorporating weights, sometimes focusing on bodyweight oriented poses; either way your muscles are sure to take a beating.  By working out with a qualified sculpt yoga instructor, you will receive the maximum benefit of your workout. 

Think of sculpt yoga as a two-in-one, muscle building, calorie burning workout.  Studies have shown that one hour of sculpt yoga burns 555 calories in a 145 lb. woman.  This is the equivalent of 45 minutes on the elliptical machine that so many women use, but grow tired of in a hurry.  Don’t subject yourself to the same boring exercise routines that you hate. 

What if you could just throw down a yoga mat and follow a live sculpt fusion yoga instructor?  Just 1 hour of your day, in the comfort and privacy of your own home is all need to develop that lean and toned, yoga/pilates body.  Do this a few times a week, combined with other forms of exercise are you are well on your way to a healthier lifestyle.

Share It Fitness has our very own, certified sculpt yoga professionals ready to assist you and your every needs.  No two classes will ever be the same.  Doing yoga from your home while following along on your computer will be almost identical to following along in a studio….except for the fact it’s easier, more private, and perhaps most importantly, far less expensive. 

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