Where positivity and flexibility flow.

At the Adelaide, yoga meets fun-ctional fitness. With classes aiming to lengthen and strengthen your mind and body, while opening paths to greater wellness and a sense of calm and contentment that is otherwise hard to find. 

Yoga

What you need to know

heart Why it's good for me

From helping regular participants to sleep better and feel more relaxed to reducing the number of colds they get, the benefits are widespread. If you want to experience these benefits firsthand, it's time to join our team for a yoga class. A few of the reasons yoga is good for you:

  • Improves your flexibility
  • Builds your muscle strength
  • Perfects your posture
  • Increases your blood flow
  • Boosts immunity
  • Improves your focus
  • Ups your heart rate
  • Drops your blood pressure
  • Lowers blood sugar
  • Improves balance
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Studies show that regular hatha yoga classes can help to treat lower back pain and that yoga is just as healthy for your heart as a cycling class can be. Doing yoga even just once a week can result in:

  • Improved flexibility
  • Fewer injuries
  • Toning of all your muscles
goal Areas it targets

You already know that yoga tones muscles and burns calories, but depending on the type of yoga you're completing, the areas of your body that are targeted typically include:

  • Core
  • Arms
  • Legs
  • Glutes
  • Back
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If you commit to practicing yoga once a week, you'll begin to see incredible health benefits within just a few weeks. However, if you practice several times a week, you will see longer-lasting benefits. As a general rule of thumb, a healthy practice of yoga is usually around 3 - 5 times a week, allowing for adequate rest. 

Our virtual classes.

Due to the COVID-19 shutdown, the Cambridge Group of Clubs is pleased to offer virtual group fitness classes 6 days a week to our Members, led by our talented team of instructors.

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Missed a Class?

If you've missed one of our recent virtual classes, don't worry! We record them all and post links for you to access the recording the next week. Just click on the link, put in the password, and get started!

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FAQ

Can I do yoga if I'm not flexible?

Absolutely! We offer introductory yoga classes and provide blocks to assist with some poses, if you need them. Many forms of yoga combine both static and dynamic stretching, along with balance work. Yoga also focuses on the breath to help with stress and relief and the release of endorphins.

What types of yoga do you offer at the Club?

We offer: Yin, Hot, Vinyasa, Iron, Hatha, Chakra, and more! The Adelaide's diverse range of yoga classes are perfect for all levels of yogis and athletes. With 21 different weekly yoga classes to choose from, there's something for everyone. Keep trying classes until you find one or two that you love!

What should I bring to class?

All Members are asked to bring their own hydration to class. We provide mats, blocks, and towels, however, if Members would like to bring their own equipment and accessories, you are welcome to do so.

How soon should I arrive before my class?

If you're new to the class, please arrive 5 minutes beforehand. This will give the instructor enough time to introduce themselves and get you familiar with the class' style.

How do I sign-up for yoga classes?

If you're already an Adelaide Club Member, please contact Lauren. If you're not a Club Member, we encourage you to book a tour with our Membership team at your earliest convenience by clicking here or calling the Club.

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