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Hot Pilates + Vinyasa Fusion

Taught by Loren Hawks & Megan Mecham


This exciting combo will feature two class favorites into one power-packed punch for a dynamic, energizing and invigorating experience.

WOW! Introducing an off the charts, epic evening of Hot Pilates + Hot Vinyasa Fusion that you won’t want to miss! From Chaturangas to Crunches, Pigeon to Planks, we promise it will leave you sweating, smiling, sparkling and wanting more!

No experience needed. All levels and abilities welcome! So grab a friend, date, coworker, spouse, or family member and join as we flow, tone and sculpt the night away!

This class will be team taught by Megan Mecham and Loren Hawks as we hit all your favorite Hot Pilates moves and Vinyasa Yoga postures in our beautiful hot studio room. Please dress accordingly and bring your mat, towel, and water bottle. Light refreshments and treats to follow the event!



Hot Pilates is an upbeat, energetic, all levels mat class that sculpts and tones your entire body. It dramatically strengthens your core and greatly improves your cardio vascular system. This class includes squats, lunges, planks, light hand weights, bender balls, resistance bands, body barres, and Pilates infused elements and movements.

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Hot Vinyasa is a flowing, dynamic sequence of yoga postures that involves synchronizing the breath with a continuous, connected, energizing flow of yoga Asana. The fluidity of the sequence and movements can help build flexibility, strength and stamina, while also toning and sculpting the entire body. Calmness of mind, overall peace and relaxation techniques are also incorporated into the yoga sequencing in order to improve health and facilitate the mind, body, heart, spirit connection.



Date: TBD

Time: 7-8:00 PM

​Tickets: $20 per ticket

Teacher: Megan Mecham & Loren Hawks

Location: Brick Canvas

Register: Online or call 801-407-8620



Megan discovered yoga over 20 years ago as a teen.  At first, she went to class for the physical aspects of the practice. As her physical practice evolved, she began finding how yoga was beneficial for not only the physical body, but the mind and soul.

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