CorePower - Sculpt
CorePower Yoga Sculpt: Where namaste meets namaslay. CorePower’s yoga 60 min sculpt combines yoga and strength-training with a sprinkle of cardio in a 93 degree room. This class works the entire body leaving you refreshed and drenched.
Mat required (you can rent one)
YOU WILL SWEAT - the room is heated to 90-93 degrees.
Sculpt starts with a “yoga-ish” warm-up and quickly transitions to a weighted workout incorporating yoga moves with traditional strength exercises.
Short bursts of cardio included.
Challenging - especially due to the heat (this takes a few sessions to get used to).
The class doesn’t have a ton of cardio, but your heart rate will still elevate because of the heat.
Sweat Level: 💧💧💧💧💧
First Timer: A week free of unlimited classes (take advantage of this!)
Returner: $26 per class.
Unless you’re at a New York location, you don’t need a reservation for our classes – drop in baby!
The studios are “earthy” and plain, which mismatches the vibe of the upbeat, pop jamming sculpt class.
The teachers are knowledgeable and class flow is, for the most part, standard from teacher to teacher.
Lockers (no locks - bring your own), bathrooms, and showers (must rent towels).
Free mat and towel rental for first-timers.
You will be soaked head to toe after class.
Recommend having a lighter and heavier set of weights during class.
Highly recommend taking a beginner non-heated yoga class before you take sculpt so you have some idea of the poses if you are new to yog – try out CorePower Yoga 1.
Popular classes are packed mat to mat, which means lots of sweaty neighbors.
CorePower's Class Offerings
- CorePower Yoga 1: Unheated; beginner friendly.
- CorePower Yoga 1.5: 85-90 degrees; beginner friendly.
- CorePower Yoga 2: 95-98 degrees; yoga experience is a plus.
- CorePower Yoga 3: 95-98 degrees; yoga experience required.
- CoreCardio Circuit (only at certain locations): Unheated; beginner friendly (combines strength training with HIIT).
- CorePower Sculpt: 90-93 degrees; yoga experience is a plus.
- Hot Power Fusion: 98-100 degrees; beginner friendly.
- Hot Yoga: 100-103 degrees; yoga experience is a plus.
- CoreRestore: Unheated; beginner friendly.