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Current Meditation in Phoenix offers seven different kinds of meditation classes.

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5 New-Year Fitness Hot Spots in the Valley

By Dena Roché

Photo Courtesy of Current Meditation

01.16.17

Only a measly 8 percent of people make good on their New Year’s resolutions. Here are five new and fun fitness options to make sure you’re part of that elite group this year.

BODI
The award-winning studio recently moved to a bigger and better location and now offers a large training room, indoor sprinting turf, a boxing studio and new classes to challenge you in the new year. Memberships from $109 monthly, 7034 E. Fifth Ave., Scottsdale, 480.444.8062

BodyVision
BodyVision offers a cutting-edge heart rate-based interval workout designed to provide guaranteed results regardless of fitness level. Expect upbeat tunes, multi-sensory cardio experiences, cutting edge equipment and most importantly, weight loss. 8777 N. Scottsdale Road, Ste. 307, Scottsdale, 602.308.9152

Core Power Yoga
If you’re ready to crank your yoga practice up to an 11, the new Core Power Yoga in Old Town is your studio. Their classes include proprietary heated Power Vinyasa classes, Hot Yoga, Hot Power Fusion and Yoga Sculpt. 4252 N. Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale, 303.682.3005

CorePump
CorePump is one-stop workout machine that utilizes isokinetic resistance for a total body workout. Created by local fitness expert Samuel Colby, the compact machine is the safest and most innovative way to strength train. 4207 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, 480.945.2282

Current Meditation
Bringing the Eastern practice to the modern world, this new hot spot is the Valley’s first dedicated meditation studio. The hip, modern studio offers seven types of meditation, including aerial meditation classes. 4325 E. Indian School Road, Ste. 130, Phoenix, 602.522.2000