How To

Whether a novice to working out or a seasoned athlete, one of the most important parts to a successful exercise program is executing the moves correctly. The How To page is your library filled with the proper exercise instructions, so you get the most from your fitness classes. Enjoy perfecting your exercises with these How Tos.


Honor Your Body!

The CrossOver classes focus on the transitional time between actual physical therapy and regular Exercise & Yoga routines. Once released from physical therapy, these special classes help support one's physical, mental or spiritual development, while transitioning to more challenging classes. Enjoy additional CrossOver classes that help support the development of one’s Balance and Breath.

Inhale, Exhale


Simply said, fitness is defined as the state of being physically fit and healthy.

The Kyba group is developing a variety of classes targeting the 5 components of physical fitness: 1. Cardiovascular endurance 2. Muscular strength 3. Muscular endurance 4. Flexibility 5. Body composition, all within a 30 minute or less timeframe.

The Flexibility classes range from body specific areas to all over full body.

The Core specific classes focus on the abdominals, obliques, and back muscles.

The High Intensity Interval Trainings(H.I.I.T.) classes integrate full body exercises performed at your own fitness level. These classes range from Tabata, Add Ons, 20:10; 30:30 ; 45:15 & 5-4-3-2-1. By incorporating intense periods of work with short recovery segments, interval training enables maximum intensity with proper form, plus burns fat.

Form First, Speed Second


“ In the practice of Yoga, the ultimate aim is one
of self-development and self-realization. “

Yoga is an ancient art that focuses on harmonizing the body, mind, and spirit. With continual practice, you will experience a sense of peace and well-being, as well as emotional stability and clarity of mind. The practice of yoga is known to develop a strong and flexible body, while improving the respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and hormonal systems. Flow through any of our classes from Beginner, Dynamic Beginner to Power Yoga.

See you on the mat!


“The quieter you become, the more you can hear.” - Anonymous

The practice of turning your attention to a single point of reference, like the breath, and away from distracting thoughts. This increases awareness of the present moment, reduces stress, promotes relaxation, and enhances personal and spiritual growth.

Silence is not an absence but a presence. – Anne D. LeClaire


Tai Chi

Quiet the mind and the body will follow!

An ancient Chinese discipline involving a continuous series of controlled, slow movements designed to improve physical and mental well-being. There is a true connection of the mind-body-spirit together with this style of meditative exercise.

Flow With The Breath