CorePower Yoga Fenway

4.0

BostonYoga, HIIT

Review:

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byCarolyne McManama, January 15, 2018

CorePower Yoga studios keep popping up all around Boston, with one of the newer locations conveniently located right in the heart of Fenway. The Fenway studio, classes, and instructors are consistent with what you would expect from the franchise. The Yoga Sculpt class followed the exact same format as every other CorePower in the city and instruction was comparable. All locations are sure to provide a good consistent sweat with quality experience.

RUNDOWN

WORKOUT

Yoga Sculpt is generally the same at all CorePower locations. You begin class with a yoga-style warm-up and quickly progress through a series of yoga poses utilizing light weights. The combo of yoga poses and weights makes for a solid burn. With 3lb dumbbells over our heads, we flowed through Warrior, Warrior 2, and held chair pose for an excruciatingly long time. Then we put the DB’s down and upped the cardio with some body weight exercises – jumping jacks, air squats, push-ups. We rounded out class with a core series and a light yoga flow. Oh, and did we mention that we did all of this in a heated studio? To say we were drippin’ is an understatement!

INSTRUCTOR

Michael had a very chill vibe. He calmly led us through the challenging class, offering us modifications throughout the way. Michael did a good job of instructing the class, but he didn’t offer any hands-on modifications.

SPACE

CorePower’s Fenway location brings you the same quality, cleanliness, and atmosphere as the other CorePower locations throughout the city. The location has two yoga studios, large bathrooms, changing rooms and lots of lockers. However, only one shower in the women’s room. Not ideal for a before work gym session. It would probably be a sh*t show getting ready.

CorePower Yoga Fenway
4.0

1282 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215
Fenway Yoga $$$

CorePower Yoga Fenway

Fenway Yoga, HIIT $$$

1282 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215