Fitness/ Yoga

Fitness generally refers to the condition of being physically healthy, including attributes such as cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, body composition, and flexibility. Fitness programs and classes refer to any activity geared toward improving these areas. Some examples of popular fitness activities include conditioning, weight training, bootcamp classes, cardio, cycling, rowing, pilates, and yoga.

 

Yoga is a mind and body practice that has long been utilized for it’s ability to derive calm and balance in one’s life through focus on breathwork and the mental-physical connection. Yoga brings together a combination of physical postures supported by breathing techniques and meditation. There are several types of yoga and many disciplines within the practice, all with the common goal of promoting mental and physical well-being.

 

General fitness and yoga expenses do not typically qualify for HSA use, however, with a Letter of Medical Necessity, fitness programs and classes, certain equipment, personal training and yoga could all potentially qualify as HSA-eligible services.

Brahmi Gold-Bernstein, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500

Brahmi Gold-Bernstein, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500

TriYoga Boston offers all levels of yoga, therapeutic workshops, and teacher training. The center also has other wellness practitioners including massage, Ayurveda, acupuncture and energy healing.

John Thompson

John Thompson

Welcome to Body & Brain! We offer restorative Yoga, Tai Chi (Dahn Mu Do), and Meditation classes in our Ramsey studio. Our instruction focuses on strengthening your physical body and opening your mind and heart for the rich experiences of inner healing. Come...

Pam Jackson

Pam Jackson

Mindful yoga: Yoga classes, workshops and private instruction. You’re in the right place if you’re wanting to breathe easy, warmup gradually, learn mindfulness practices, and of course! – experience the physical benefits of growing stronger, more flexible, more filled...

Arthur Babakhanov

Arthur Babakhanov

Body & Brain is a national leader in holistic health and wellness. Our classes in yoga, tai chi, meditation, detox, and rhythmic movement combine East Asian healing and energy philosophies. Our practice isn't just for your physical health. We focus our exercises,...

Gary Gurney

Gary Gurney

I use Rolfing Structural Integration as my primary modality in helping free clients from chronic discomfort and pain caused by old injuries and/or accumulated stress and traumas of everyday life. I am fully committed to creating a safe space where clients can bring...

Jason Gootman

Jason Gootman

I provide personal wellness coaching for those seeking to develop the self-care habits they need in order to thrive.

Jenny Madden

Jenny Madden

Mindfulness classes for groups, individuals, or families in Southern Maine. A typical mindfulness and movement class includes a variety of interactive and engaging activities. Favorites include: breathing exercises, \"imagination vacations\" (or guided meditations),...

Dr. Shaw Sprague

Dr. Shaw Sprague

Mainestream Wellness in Cape Elizabeth, Maine is dedicated to empowering individuals with mind-body medicine and restoring this practice back into our mainstream healthcare. We are creating a world-class wellness center where authorities in physics, psychology,...

Cayce  Lannon

Cayce Lannon

Maine Kids Yoga started in 2013 when a preschool teacher discovered that she could combine her life's greatest joys: practicing yoga and working with children. That teacher, Cayce Lannon, has worked with young people in a variety of capacities since 2005 and has been...

Ashley Flowers

Ashley Flowers

I am a lover of life, the earth, and yoga! I am thrilled to offer a variety of unique yoga options, such as goat yoga, year-round SUP yoga, outdoor yoga and more! I hope that by offering classes that are different and fun people will find yoga to be an increasingly...