Our Vision

A diverse and compassionate community of people who feel strong and healthy in their bodies and minds.

Our Mission

To create a safe space where people are encouraged and supported to connect, heal and grow through life-changing classes taught by empowering teachers.

Our Core Values

Inclusivity

Continually striving to provide a safe and accessible space for all students; intentionally engaging with, and seeking out opportunities to learn from diverse partners.

Authenticity

Committed to providing a unique complementary series of classes that work together to holistically support healthy bodies from the inside out.

Respect

Creating an environment where people both honor their body and their unique needs while protecting and valuing our shared space and the needs of others.

Community

Celebrating the diverse places we arrive from with a shared purpose to feel better.

Perseverance

Showing up, and following through.

Saturday shout out to our incredible community for showing up & working hard💥

We are constantly inspired by the dedication and determination of you ❤️

Thanks for being part of the studio and making it what it is 💕

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It’s true. 

To protect your muscles and brain you need carbs. Working out under fueled makes you feel shitty. And ultimately will have a negative effect on your overall health and well being.  If you experience light headedness, nausea, low energy and/or feeling like you have plateaued - look into how you are fueling.
summer smoothie time - check out Mae’s go to smoothie recipe- give it a go! If you have a favorite of your own and you’d like share it -> post & tag us!
#studiosummer #smoothietime #yumyumyum #proteinshake #delish
We see you getting stronger studio! 

As people start to lift heavier one of the number one concerns we get is, “but I can’t curl my heavy weight”. All good - not a lot of people can! 
We use a heavier weight when using the strong parts of our body and or when we have more dynamic moves in class.