Currently at EQUIVITA:
The health and wellness of our community is our primary concern. As of June 1st, we have moved to stage one of our reentry process. This transition will take time and requires many of our transactions to be done manually by staff during the rebuild.
Thank you for your continued support of EQUIVITA,
and for helping us to ensure that we can continue to provide
the highest quality services for each of you!
We will continue to update our website as our business and protocols evolve.
Be savvy, be robust, and we will see you asap~
EQUIVITA is EVOLVING!
Our NEW MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM has been expanded to cover every opportunity we offer! Find out more here!
What are EQUIVITA’S new health and safety protocols in response to COVID-19?
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Cheryl brings Hatha Yoga to EQUIVITA!!!
Cheryl completed her dream of studying with Samyoga Institute to complete her 200 hour yoga teacher training this past year! We are proud of her work and pumped to introduce her Hatha class starting this August!!
BODY POSITIVE HATHA YOGA
Saturdays, Aug. 29 - Oct. 17,
10AM - 11:15AM
Taught by Cheryl Harris CYT-200
In Person, Class Size Limited
click here to learn more
New to EQUIVITA!
Adam Milligan, President EQUIVITA
"Overtraining with mental and emotional stress, is harder to assess."
Years ago my wife and I were traveling in Puerto Rico and spent some wonderful time with a friend’s parents. One of the things that my friend’s father said struck me at the time and has stayed with me. He said that one of the things he loved about traveling in the States was how safe he felt. How odd, I thought and responded with questions because my experience of people living in the States is that they definitely do not feel safe. ...click here to read more.
A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY
From Adam Milligan,
It has been said that to be human is to be adaptable. And, yet, we all seem to find great comfort in the known and in times like these when there is such disruption to norms we can find ourselves in a place that we contract into. Rather than embrace our adaptable selves, we allow the circumstances to place limits on our lives.
Now, before you jump to some conclusion that I am suggesting you disregard safety, let me say two words: Joseph Pilates. As the story goes, the originator of the exercise program that would be named after him developed his approach with minimal equipment as he was being held in an internment camp in England during the war.
Many of you reading this might be surprised to hear me use Pilates as a reference - due to my philosophical differences with some of the practice - but I think that it is a wonderful example of how an individual worked within the circumstances he was given. And as this month we are focusing on the Flexibility Key, ....click here to read more