Fitness Program

Fitness Program

Fitness programs are a great way to make sure that you are getting the most out of your workouts and that you are targeting all your muscle groups as well as getting a good cardio workout.



Aerobics is a form of physical exercise that combines rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness (flexibility, muscular strength, and cardio-vascular fitness). It is usually performed to music and may be practiced in a group setting led by an instructor (fitness professional), although it can be done solo and without musical accompaniment. Formal aerobics classes are divided into different levels of intensity and complexity. We offer a variety of aerobic classes. Each class is designed for a certain level of experience and taught by a certified instructor.

Five Components Of Aerobics:

  • Warm-Up (5–10 minutes)
  • Cardiovascular Conditioning (25–30 minutes)
  • Muscular Strength And Conditioning (10–15 minutes)
  • Cool-Down (5–8 minutes)
  • Stretching
  • Flexibility (5–8 minutes)
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    Pilates is a form where you engage your core muscles which include abdominal, back, pelvic floor, and butt muscles. It is basically done to strengthen the pillar of your body. It’s the original form is mat Pilates which is then used along with a variety of props such as ball, ring, resistance band, cables, etc.

    Fundamentals of Pilates:

    Concentration, control, precision, breathing, and flow are some of the fundamentals of Pilates. Always practice control and never use momentum.


    One of the most important principles of Pilates is that ‘practice makes it perfect’. Proper form is essential to gain the most from the Pilates exercises.

    Floor Exercise

    Floor Exercise

    Floor exercise, gymnastics event in which movements are performed on the floor in an area 12 metres (40 feet) square. This area is covered by some type of cloth or mat, usually with some cushioning. No other apparatus is used. Men’s routines are 50 to 70 seconds in duration. The type of exercise required is a series of movements combining elements of flexibility, strength, jumps, holding of poses, and balance, as well as other maneuvers. The whole routine must be performed with rhythm and harmony, and the gymnast must move in different directions, using a major portion of the allotted area.

    The exercise usually starts and finishes with a series of tumbling movements, such as a handspring or a cartwheel with a half-turn (roundoff), continuing with handsprings and somersaults (in the air), either backward or forward. Between start and finish, balances are held on one leg, handstands are achieved by placing the hands on the floor and kicking to a standing position, and movements resembling ballet, tumbling movements, and jumps are interposed.



    Yoga's incorporation of meditation and breathing can help improve a person's mental well-being. “Regular yoga practice creates mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns; relaxes the mind; centers attention, and sharpens concentration.” The original context of yoga was spiritual development practices to train the body and mind to self observe and become aware of their own nature. The purposes of yoga were to cultivate discernment, awareness, self-regulation and higher consciousness in the individual.

    Health Benefits:

    Yoga tones muscles all over your body, in balance with each other. Weight training exercises typically isolate and flex one muscle or muscle group at a time. Yoga increases muscle endurance because you typically hold any given pose for a period of time and repeat it several times during a yoga workout.

    Useful in Several Conditions:

  • To Maintain Blood Pressure (BP)
  • Diabetes
  • Thyroid
  • Weight Loss
  • To Balance Matabolism
  • To Increase Flexibility
  • Pranayama


    We totally recognize that breathing is an significant component of any yoga practice, and most styles of yoga incorporate the breath in one fashion or another. But equally important as the breath is, many students don’t put an emphasis on pranayama as a separate practice. A few rounds of Kapalabhati (Skull Shining Breath) or Nadi Shodhona (Alternate Nostril Breathing or Channel Cleaning Breath) every now and then at the beginning or end of class (and, of course, Ujjayi (Conqueror Breath).

    Benifits Of Pranayama:

  • It’s as important to the practice of yoga as asana or meditation.
  • It quickly balances energy and stabilizes moods.
  • Allows you to experience mindfulness in a new way.
  • Can be a stand-in for meditation.
  • It's a good break from asana.
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    Meditation is a part of yoga, which deals with mental relaxation and concentration. Here, attention is focused on thoughts and breath. Being aware of breathing automatically controls the thought process and thus relaxes the mind completely.

    Benefits of meditation and yoga:

    They have been used as an alternative form of exercise to keep the mind and body healthy and happy. Practicing yoga improves balance, endurance, flexibility, and strength, while meditation helps keep the mind sharp, relieves stress and anxiety, and can strengthen your immune system.