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About

Core Four Classes 

Each of our Core Four classes utilize rigor, focus, and ease in different combinations to activate the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems and meet your daily physical needs. Choose a class with an emphasis on movement, mobility, or mindfulness, or try our FirstFuse class which highlights all three. 

Daily DeFusion 

Combining cardiovascular exercise, strength training, yoga asana, pilates, and mindfulness practices, our DeFusion classes take a holistic approach to mental and physical health. We provide a variety of accessible classes that fuse different modalities of movement, mindfulness, and mobility practices into one daily practice. 

First Fuse

Equal parts rigor, focus, and ease 

Our foundation class structure is essentially divided into thirds between fire, flow, and focus, holding an equal balance of movement, mobility, and mindfulness. This class moves through a warm-up, cardiovascular strength training, yoga, and pilates sequences and mindfulness exercises.

Fire Fuse

A heavier emphasis on stamina, power, and explosive movement.

Fire Fuse highlights movement, with flow and focus elements still present. This class moves through a warm-up and has an extended period of cardiovascular strength training. It then has a shortened period of yoga or pilates sequences and ends with a shortened mindfulness portion.

Flow Fuse

A heavier emphasis on balance, mobility, and sustained movement

Flow Fuse highlights mobility, with fire and focus elements still present. This class moves through a warm-up and shortened cardiovascular strength training portion to start. It has an extended period of yoga sequences, pilates, and myofascial release, with a shortened mindfulness portion to close out.

Focus Fuse

A heavier emphasis on interoception, proprioception, and breath.

Focus Fuse highlights mindfulness, with fire and flow elements still present. This class moves through a warm-up and shortened cardiovascular strength training portion to start. It then has a shortened period of yoga or pilates sequences and ends with an extended period of breathwork, body-sensing, and visualisations.