Hatha yoga is primarily concerned with mastery of the body, and it is arguably the tradition most familiar to Western culture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit “ha” (sun), and “tha” (moon), and is designed to unite and balance these two energies. Together, the literal translation of Hatha is “force,” alluding to the physical techniques used within this tradition. Hatha yoga is generally practiced more slowly and with more static posture holds than found in styles such as Ashtanga or Vinyasa.
Current fitness programs reflect modified programming in our current spaces.Summer 2023_Drop-in Schedule_Fitness Programs by Vivo™ For Healthier Generations
How to sign up:
Create your guest portal online and check in at the front desk 15 min prior to class start time.
Drop-in classes are free for Vivo membership holders or $18 per adult drop-in.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why does a drop-in user need to provide ID when they come into the facility?
A: Vivo requires ID for safety and well-being of our guests, and to minimize potential disturbances and crime within the building. Should a crime take place, we are able to be a better resource for the authorities.
Q: What are the cut off times for drop-in group fitness programs?
A: For the safety and well-being of guests, we want to ensure everyone is warmed up and ready for class with the proper information, latecomers disturb this process and the experience for the other guests. Class goers are asked to arrive no later than 5 minutes before class. Doors will be locked.