Do you love working out with a small group of fun, supportive women? Join one of Fluid’s ongoing weekly classes.
Fluid’s Class Schedule for July 2018:
- Monday 5:30 pm Hatha Yoga
- Wednesday 6:30 pm Pilates Mat Class (no Pilates class Wednesday July 4th)
- Thursday 8 am Strength and Conditioning (30 minutes)
- Thursday 6 pm Energy Flow
- Saturday 9 am Pilates Mat class
- Saturday 10:30 am Barre
Class sizes are limited; please call, text, or email to check availability.
Improve your balance and build muscular strength in this alignment based Hatha yoga class. We include gentle release work, organization, and strength exercises (using weights and bands), and end with a guided meditation.
Pilates Mat class:
Strengthen your core, and improve your spine, hip, and shoulder mobility. We incorporate Joseph Pilates’ basic matwork with standing balance and strength exercises.
Experience better sleep, improve your mood, lower your blood pressure, and improve your joint function. Graceful Tai Chi based movements and strength exercises leave you feeling stronger and calmer.
Strengthen your legs, back, and core while improving your balance and muscular endurance. In this fun, faster paced, strength and cardio class we use light weights, small balls, and bands to tone the entire body.
Strength and Conditioning:
Want to easily toss your luggage in the overhead bin, take a kayak off the roof rack, or lift and carry a squirming toddler? Join us for this quick and effective thirty minute session. Warm up, total body strength (including The Five, of course) and a quick stretch.
I take yoga strength and also a Pilates class at Fluid Movement and love them both. The classes help me de-stress and strengthen. Since starting these classes my blood pressure has improved as well as my strength and flexibility. Anne presents various levels of each move or tailors as needed to your level helping to strengthen, stretch and tone without injury. In addition, there’s a great camaraderie in the classes which are delivered in a low key Sellwood environment.
Last but not least, Anne’s colorful descriptions of how to picture yourself in each move (imagine you’re a piece of toast in the toaster, or button that vest!) serve to both assist and entertain! I can’t recommend it enough.