Got Questions?...We've got answers!Check out some of these FAQ's. Shoot us an email if you can't find an answer to your question
How do I get started?
Click the “get started” button to purchase or come try a free class
What do I bring to class?
Bring a yoga mat or towel to lay on and some water. If you have a set of dumbbells bring those too.
15-25lb for males/8-12lb for females
How long are the classes?
Do I need to get into better shape before I start?
No of course not. No matter what shape you are in, today is the day to get started. Our workouts are designed to fit every level of fitness. Our instructors will tailor each workout and exercise to fit your level of comfort.
Where are the classes?
1600 Vacation Road, San Diego, CA 92109
Click on “about us” and then “schedule & location” to see a map
How big is each class?
We cap our classes at 20 people to allow for personalized instruction in order to make sure that everybody gets the attention they deserve. There’s no hiding in the background and slipping-by during our workouts.
Whats the cost?
Click on the “Pricing” tab under “join now” on the menu bar
Can I come try a class out before I commit?
Of course you can. Come out and try a class for free or you can purchase a trial week for $25.
Click below to sign up for a free class
I’m too sore and can’t deal with always being like this
Well, keep working out then! The soreness is subside as the days go on. Your body is sore because you are doing something you haven’t done in a long time. If you’re consistent with workouts, the soreness will all but go away with time
The first class was hard, am i too out of shape?
Absolutely not. You may be out of shape, but we can fix that. The first day is expected to be difficult, if it was easy, it would really be a workout then would it? Consistency is key, hang in there and you will improve in no time.
When will it get easy?
Well, the honest answer is never. You will absolutely be able to manage the workouts better and push harder, but a workout that’s easy isn’t really a workout. The stronger you get the more you can push yourself and the more comfortable that feeling becomes, but it will never be “easy.”