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Where to Workout in Red Deer: Breeze Yoga

Where To Workout in Red Deer

I’m back with another yoga studio to share this week, Breeze Yoga Red Deer. So many people have been surprised at the selection of places available in this city as I continue to feature more and more places month after month. It just goes to show that there is truly a place for everyone out there.

Breeze Yoga Red Deer

About Breeze Yoga Red Deer

Breeze Yoga has studios in both Red Deer and Sylvan Lake. They are a community based, family-centric studio offering child-minding and family classes. Their space is beautiful, clean and welcoming and the staff goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Their space is stocked with tea, plus a ton amenities in the change rooms. They’ve even got your back should you forget your mat, at no cost. There is a small retail area with items for all your yoga needs as well.


When I say this studio is family-centric, I mean it. They offer child minding, family classes, and specialized children’s classes. They also host birthday parties with yoga, crafts, and games for the littles.

Breeze Yoga Red Deer

Breeze Yoga Red Deer

About the Classes

From Hatha to kids yoga, acro to sleepy time aerial, prenatal to yoga for anxiety, there’s something for all walks of life. Classes are accessible to all ages and abilities. Breeze differentiates from other yoga studios offering specialized classes such as aerial yoga (Hatha aerial and sleep time aerial), couples classes, acro, and even a Christian based flow. For moms and babies or kids, there is pre-natal yoga, mom, and baby, mom and tot, family yoga and yoga for different age groups.

Some really cool classes to try are both the Sleepy Time Aerial and Yoga for Emotional Balance as a great way to unwind yourself.

Whatever class you attend, you will usually be treated to warm lavender towels and a neck adjustment/massage with aromatherapy oils. The small touches make for a great experience.

Breeze Yoga Red Deer

Cost

Breeze Yoga has a ton of options for you!

2 Weeks Unlimited $40

1 Week Unlimited $30

1 Month Unlimited $115.50

1 Year Unlimited $1550

5 Punch Pass $85

5 Punch Pass Student/Senior $80

Adult Drop-In $20

Student/Senior Drop In $17

30 Minute Lunch Drop In $10

Child Care 10 Pack – $40, second child $25

Child Care 5 Pack – $25, second child $20

Child Care Drop-In $7, second child $5

Joint Membership w/Forum – $198.45/month

Couples Membership – Unlimited Yoga for you and another person 4 years and older! How great does that sound? We think it is pretty great. Come as often as you two would like! And you don’t have to come together either – $210/month

Family Premium Membership – Unlimited Yoga for everyone in your family (2 adults and your children)! One time 60 Minute private yoga session! 15% off all workshops! Special sales for Premium members! We would also like to give our members a free space to store their mat in the studio room. Child care is free for our premium members – $315/month

Premium Monthly Membership – Unlimited yoga and unlimited child care – $147

Breeze Yoga Red Deer

What I Loved Most

While I have my home studio already, I really liked that Breeze Yoga offers some different classes. The aerial yoga classes are such a fun change up from regular mat classes but what I really enjoyed was the Yoga for Emotional Balance class. For me, it was much needed and I would probably never take the time to try a regular Restorative or Yoga Nidra class at my regular studio because I’m usually looking for more of a workout.

For More Breeze Yoga

breezeyoga.ca

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Christmas Wish List

Dear Santa

I hope you’re doing well and staying warm up in the North Pole. How are Mrs. Clause and the reindeer doing? I wanted to let you know that I’ve been exceptionally good this year. I worked hard to achieve my goals and think I deserve to be spoiled a little. I attached a detail description of my dream wish list for you. I’ll be sure to put out an extra cookie or two for you, perhaps a little eggnog as well? And of course, I won’t forget a treat for the reindeer.

See you soon Santa,
Bex


  1. Le Germaine Bedding from Simons (remember when I asked for hotel quality bedding for my birthday after my stay at Le Germaine? Well, what do you know, you can buy that exact bedding at Simons! If that isn’t fate….)
  2. Sage diffuser and/or salt lamp
  3. Beauty Counter Mask Set
  4. Hiking day pack
  5. New French Press
  6. Some new vinyl
  7. A Poppy Barley purse + wallet 
  8. A responsible capsule wardrobe as inspired by The Garment Life 
  9. Yearly supply of beer from Craft Beer Nation
  10. Orangetheory Fitness membership

 

What’s on your ultimate wish list to Santa? 

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Where to Workout in Red Deer: Weber Studio

Where to Workout in Red Deer

I know what you’re thinking, why are you talking about a physiotherapy clinic in a fitness review series? Well, friends, this amazing little clinic studio is home to one of the first Russian trained kettlebell instructors in Canada so it makes sense that his physiotherapy practice would extend to incorporate fitness classes as well. I was able to pop in for one of their regular kettlebell classes for an all over butt-kicking.

Weber Physio Studio

About Weber Physio

April and Keith Weber were both born and raised in Central Alberta. Both with active backgrounds, their journeys led them both on the path of physiotherapy and the opening of their own clinic together. Keith Weber was one of the first in Canada to be trained in Russian kettlebells. You could say he’s the Canadian OG kettlebell guy. On top of owning a successful physiotherapy clinic, Keith has developed a successful kettlebell program used by the likes of Joe Rogan. If you’re looking for the best of the best in kettlebells, this is probably where you want to go.

About the Classes


Classes offered in the studio include kettlebells, women’s kettlebell crosstraining, kettlebell/yoga mixer, and physio yoga.The prerequisite to any kettlebell classes at Weber Studio is the Introductory Kettlebell Seminar. This seminar goes over all of the basic kettlebell movements and their proper forms, giving you the tools you need in regular kettlebell classes.

The prerequisite to any kettlebell classes at Weber Studio is the Introductory Kettlebell Seminar. This seminar goes over all of the basic kettlebell movements and proper form, giving you the tools you need in regular kettlebell classes. The kettlebell class didn’t offer a ton of one on one support, although that may have been because the class I was in were experienced regulars.

The neat thing about the classes is that they are designed to help prevent common problems found in patients needing physiotherapy. Crosstraining for women helps promote strength and prevent osteoporosis. Physio Yoga takes a rehabilitative approach to yoga. All classes are designed for everyone, whether you’re a patient of the physio clinic or not.

Weber Physio Studio

Cost

Drop-in – $10-15 depending on the class

10 Class Pass – $80

Unlimited Monthly Pass – $90

What I Loved Most

These classes are designed to have a minimal negative impact on your body, it’s a physiotherapy clinic after all, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get your butt kicked. I was done after the warm-up and there was still 45 minutes of kettlebell work to be had. It was a sweaty good time, and I felt like I got to be a part of their little workout family while I was there.

Weber Physio Studio

For More Weber Physio

www.weberphysiotherapy.ca

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