Kasha has been sharing her love of movement and music as a Group Exercise Instructor for over 10 years. After growing up training and teaching dance she soon found herself leading group fitness class of various Les Mills disciplines (BodyJam, BodyFlow and BodyPump). Kasha is a certified CanFitPro Fitness Instructor Specialist with a passion for yoga. She was fortunate to train with the Soma Yoga Institute under the direction of Liz Heffernan and Molly Masaoka for her 200hr yoga teacher training. Whether she is teaching yoga, cardio or strength training her classes are sure to be welcoming, fun and have a strong emphasis on form and alignment. She enjoys being a part of each member’s wellness journey and sharing the benefits of breath, movement and balance.
Kasha Thurston instructs the following:
Yoga For Cyclists & Runners - NEW!!
The repetitive movements of cycling and running can cause joint pain and muscle fatigue. Slow down and stretch in this Yin inspired yoga class that will focus on strengthening and increasing flexibility in the lower half of the body (calves, hamstrings, quads, glutes and hips) as well as the core and back. Each pose will be held for 3 minutes utilizing props and the practitioners breathe to open and release layers of fascia. No yoga experience is required and if you are a newbie or seasoned cyclist and/or runner come stretch and have some fun.
Booty Bootcamp - NEW!!
Join this bootcamp-style class to train your lower body. In addition to squats, lunges and deadlifts you will experience a great variety of lower body conditioning while increasing your heart rate. This class will help to improve your balance, agility and stamina. Learn how to capitalize on the power of your lower body while burning big calories.
Rep & Repeat - NEW!!
Rise and shine weekend warriors for this total body dumbbell workout. Through a mixture of high repetitions and low weights this class will keep your heart rate up and major muscle groups moving. Suitable for all fitness levels, come and experience the benefit of weigh training and “after burn” effect.