07-17-2009, 11:59 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2008
A really good instructor can cater to a range of abilities, and guides your alignment with well-placed words (make sure to square your hips forward, you should be feeling tension here, or stretching there, etc.)
I guess it depends on the gym too...I have an all-club membership and can go to any location. Some have dedicated rooms for yoga/pilates, while others share space (though not concurrently) with weights and cardio classes. I've had good experiences in both! Fallen asleep in the "relaxation" portion in both...lol...
Want: TR Billy in Dark Savannah (preferably Midnight Supers)