Inwood Manhattan Yoga Classes By Zumba Fitness Personal Trainers Studio Launched

The popular Zumba NYC is offering a variety of free yoga classes for people in Inwood, Manhattan, who want a fun, enjoyable way to work on their fitness, health and emotional well being.

New York, United States - January 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The popular Zumba NYC announced it is offering a variety of complimentary yoga classes for all those in Inwood, Manhattan, looking to stay in shape, release the stress and enjoy a fun day out with friends.

More information is available at http://qelitetraining.com.

Zumba NYC is a division of the famous Quantum Elite Training, created to help provide more people in New York City fun, affordable and convenient ways to care for their fitness, health and wellness every day.

These NYC fitness specialists announced they are now offering a variety of free yoga classes for all the residents of Inwood, Manhattan, who want to stay in shape, work on their fitness levels and relax body and mind while having some fun.

The classes include a range of slow, gentle yoga poses and exercises for flexibility, toning and strength, which are accessible for people of all ages that want to stay in shape and care for their body.

These gentle physical workouts are merged with a variety of meditation and breath control techniques that offer those who lead busy, stressful lives an opportunity to relax, release some of the tension and go home with an added sense of balance and emotional wellbeing.

All these yoga classes are free of charge and delivered in a fun group environment by seasoned, friendly instructors who strive to ensure every single ‘yogi’ finds the peace, balance, body or cool day out they were looking for.

For those who want a bit more help with their fitness, health and wellness, Zumba NYC and the Quantum Elite Training team also offer free zumba classes, one-on-one personal training, mediation, boot camps and all the nutrition or life coaching they may need in their quest for the ideal body and a healthier lifestyle.

The Zumba NYC team explains that “our goal is to bring health and well-being to as many people as possible and yoga is the perfect discipline to help do just that. So, we’re inviting everyone to join us for some free yoga right here in Manhattan.”

To find out more about the fun, free yoga classes Zumba NYC is offering in Inwood, Manhattan and how to attend, the public can call 347-355-5850 or visit the website link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jose Marquez
Email: qelitetraining@gmail.com
Organization: Quantum Elite Training
Address: 735 West 172nd Street, New York, New York 10032, United States
Phone: +1-347-355-5850

For more information, please visit http://qelitetraining.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 287094

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