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In order to help you to figure out which class is appropriate for you, we have a brief explanation of our class levels. Please keep in mind that if you have practiced at other studios in the past, the levels may or may not be the same. The levels we have explained on this page is specific to Oxygen Yoga & Fitness, Inc.

We have broken down our classes in 3 Levels.

Level 1

This class is your best bet if you’re new to Oxygen’s Yoga, Pilates or Fusion Classes. It is also appropriate for those who want to take an easier, more relaxing class or if you are nursing an injury, or if you just need to take things slow because your energy levels are feeling low.

Level 2

Level 2 classes are for those who have a basic understanding of the poses or exercises, or have been active for at least 3 months, and exercise regularly. This class will flow nicely from one exercise to the next, whether it is a yoga class, a fusion class or a fitness style class.

Level 3

Level 3 classes will be challenging and are for students that are looking to work hard. This class is open for students that have been practicing regularly at Oxygen Yoga & Fitness, Inc for a minimum of 4 months, have a strong understanding of how to do most exercises and/or poses. In a level 3 class, you can expect to move faster, and do more difficult poses. You don’t need to be a master of advanced poses, but you should have mastered levels 1 & 2.

Level 1, 2 & 3

This is an open class for all levels. You teacher will give you 3 levels for you to choose from to suit your personal practice. Always pick a level that is appropriate for you. Remember, you will be in a class where some students will be new and others will be very advanced. It is very important to leave your ego at the door and just do what you can, with what you have, where you are in your practice. If one of the exercises or poses seems too slow for you, you’ll be able to pick a more advanced level, and if the class seems way over your head, modify or skip poses as you need to throughout the class and/or opt for the easier level.

Level 1, 2

This class is for beginners and those who have mastered level 1 and are moving towards level 2 to learn a few more variations & modifications. As you get stronger and more flexible, you will find yourself slowly working towards a more advanced level.

Level 2, 3

This class is for those who have been at level 2 for awhile and are now ready to try the more advanced exercises or variations of poses. It is a good way to get a taste of the more advanced practice.

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