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By: Lizzie Marton
October 22, 2015
Remember when Madonna fell on stage at the Brit Awards? Yep, ouch. The pop star credited her speedy recovery to a workout called BodyART — a class based on principles of yin and yang, bringing together elements of yoga, Pilates, dance, and Tai Chi. It’s a total-body workout with emphasis on strength, cardio, and flexibility, and it’s become a big deal overseas...
May 30, 2014
Who needs a high-tech Megaformer or Fitwall when you’ve got arms, legs, and a mat? While forward-thinking workout machines are more popular than ever, a back-to-basics (but better) movement is also taking place, with workouts that require nothing more than a rectangle of (cushioned) space and an amazing fitness instructor...
By: Kelsey Perrett
Feb 3, 2014
Do all great (and all weird) American trends begin with “it’s all the rage in Europe?” bodyART, a new exercise program created by Swiss physical therapist Robert Steinbacher, swept Europe before coming to the Mansion House Health Club in Vineyard Haven late last year...
By: Meredith Turits
March 6, 2012
Thing I expected from this workout: to come out sweaty. (Check.) Thing I did not expect from this workout: to run into Alexander Wang at the first-floor Juice Generation on the way out while dripping sweat. (Also check.)...
By: Good Sweat
Sept 27, 2011
Fitness crazes generally start in the United States and then spread across the globe. bodyART, however, is bucking that trend, as the first European-created fitness method to make waves in the U.S. in a long time...