• Meditation and Yoga class on Saturday April 9th from 5-6pm
    Yoga and Meditation in one class!!!! Yoga and Meditation in one class!!!!

    Yoga and Meditation in one class!!!!

Yoga and Meditation in one class!!!!

Saturday April 9th

Meditation Yoga

5:00pm – 6:00pm

This class is Mariangela’s unique blend of hatha yoga, kundalini yoga and meditation. It is suitable for anyone, including those that are new to yoga, or meditation and can be adapted for those that might like to participate while seated in a chair.


What to Bring: a yoga mat, blanket to cover, pillow and optional eye mask for comfort during meditation

What to Wear: comfortable clothing for movement


Sign up at or at Fusion Bodyworks
Cost: $20

By |March 10th, 2016|Meditation, Yoga|0 Comments
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    September is National Yoga Month! September is National Yoga Month!

    September is National Yoga Month!

September is National Yoga Month!

FusionBodyWorks proudly offers Yoga classes on

  • YOGA
  • 6:30 PM
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  • 9:30 AM 
  • YOGA
  • 8:30 AM

We would like to celebrate National Yoga Month by offering a FREE week of yoga to new students. Please click the link below to find out more about National Yoga Month! Or visit our Yoga page for more info on our yoga class.

Learn more about National Yoga Month!


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Yoga Benefits
Yoga is a wonderful way to relax and take care of your body. However, Yoga offers so many health benefits. Click the link below to see all of the health benefits of yoga.
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Are you new to Yoga?
FusionBodyWorks is always welcoming new Yoga Students. Please share the link below with someone that you think may be interested in a Free week of Yoga with us.
Learn More…

By |September 2nd, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments
  • New Yoga Schedule!! New Yoga Schedule!!

    New Yoga Schedule!!

New Yoga Schedule!!

Starting February 1, 2015! Here is our new yoga schedule:

Monday 6:30pm
ALL Levels
with Jody Manofsky, Owner

Thursday at 6:30pm
with Stephanie Lohr

Friday at 9:30am
Beginner to Intermediate
with Rudy Abt

Saturday at 8:30am
ALL Levels
with Tracy Linza
By |February 2nd, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments
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    Beginner Yoga

Beginner Yoga

Beginner Yoga Class starting February 5th!!! Since you all LOVED Steph so much, she will be teaching a beginner level class on Thursday’s starting in February.
We have a 5 class pass for $60 or a drop in fee of $14 per class. The 5 pass class card will cover the first 5 week session Steph is offering.

If you are a current student you may use your current class cards as well. If you are new, and want to participate in other classes you can also purchase a longer class card. All these cards are by the month or 2 months.

Number of Classes
6 classes
10 classes
10 classes
Unlimited Classes
Card Duration
One Month
One Month
Two Months
One Month

New Yoga Schedule

starting February 1, 2015

Monday 6:30 pm
ALL Levels
with Jody Manofsky
Thursday at 6:30 pm
with Stephanie Lohr
Friday 9:30 am
Beginner to Intermediate
with Ruby Abt
Saturday 8:30 am
ALL Levels
with Tracy Linza

More information about Beginner Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Steph at Fusion Bodyworks

By |January 20th, 2015|Yoga|0 Comments

Merry Christmas from Fusion Bodyworks!

The Christmas season is here and we have all your Health & Fitness needs!!
Gift Certificates make Perfect stocking stuffers.

Gym Santa

Massage Gift Certificates for $5 to $15 off
$5 off a One hour massage or buy 4- one hour massages w Jessica for $200

Personal Training and Small Group Personal Training
Gift Certificates for 25% off- for new clients

Yoga package discounts upon request

By |December 9th, 2014|Massage, SGPT, Yoga|0 Comments

Breast Cancer Survivors and Yoga

IdeaFit posted and interesting article about a study on breast cancer survivors and yoga. Here’s an excerpt with a link to the full article below:

Interesting findings about the impact of starting a yoga practice on sleep issues and inflammation markers have resulted from a study of 200 female breast cancer survivors. Fatigue and sleep problems pose significant challenges for these women.

“This [study] showed that modest yoga practice over a period of several months could have substantial benefits for breast cancer survivors,” said lead study author Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD, professor of psychiatry and psychology at The Ohio State University in Columbus, in an OSU news release.

The study demonstrated that, even for beginners, sticking with a consistent yoga practice could reduce both fatigue and inflammation, leading to welcome health improvements. Kiecolt-Glaser noted that, with 200 participants, this is the largest known randomized, controlled trial of yoga to include biological measures.

Read the full article here.

By |October 6th, 2014|Yoga|0 Comments