Day 3 of Fitness – Yoga at Atlanta Fitness

Day 3 of Fitness – Yoga at Atlanta Fitness

by Best Self account executive: Carmen

Atlanta FitnessSometimes a specialty workout studio isn’t the best fit for your workout needs, and you need a place to go that offers you a variety of classes and equipment options. Atlanta Fitness is one of those places, and that’s where our account executive Carmen takes regular yoga classes. She and other members can choose from Zumba, Les Mills classes like BodyPump and BodyFlow, aerobics classes geared at seniors, personal training sessions, or solo workouts on the provided cardio and weight equipment.

For the third workout of our 30 Days of Fitness, Carmen took a 60-minute intermediate yoga class with instructor Jackie Kaminer at Atlanta Fitness’ Crabapple Road location. Here’s what she had to say about the workout:

Jackie Kaminer, yoga instructor

Jackie Kaminer, yoga instructor

Before the workout, I felt tired from a long day of work and the after effects of the holidays. Once the class got going, though, I felt invigorated. The toughest part for me were the balancing poses, but Jackie, the instructor, usually provides two or three variations per pose to make it easier or more difficult, depending on your skill level. She also changes up the routine from class to class to focus on different parts of the body. By the end of this class, I was relaxed and more focused thanks to the relaxation time at the end. Jackie also ends each class with an inspirational quote, which helps me stay motivated to keep coming back.

If you’d like to take a class with Jackie or explore your other fitness options at this gym, visit their website at The club has five locations, and the monthly membership fee is very affordable, averaging about $28 a month depending on the location.


Details: 12315 Crabapple Road, Alpharetta, GA, (770) 360-9997, [email protected]


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