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WARRIOR at Berkeley Heights

Included in Membership

A hot, sweaty, fast-moving, breath-inspired fusion of yoga and fitness.

Life Time member using hand weights in warrior sculpt yoga class
Experience Level
All Levels
Class Length
45 - 60 Minutes
What to Bring
Water bottle, yoga mat (optional), yoga towel (optional)
Warrior sculpt class participants in a side opener variation of a warrior pose


All the metabolic conditioning benefits of a HIIT-style workout, with the mindful movement of yoga.

Participant in lunge with arm extended during warrior sculpt yoga class at Life Time


Push yourself with challenging sequences of yoga classics (up and downward-facing dogs) and moves to get your blood flowing (pushups, burpees and squats).

Yogi with well-muscled arms in warrior sculpt class at Life Time


In less than an hour, you’ll feel it all: pumped up, challenged, strong and sweaty. Who knew a butt kicking could feel so blissful?

Yogi with raised arms in deep squat position during warrior sculpt class at Life Time


“Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.”

turn up the heat

a member’s perspective

"I passed by the instructor on my way to grab weights, and she asked me how my big meeting went. I told her it was great, but I'm so ready for today's class. This why l love it here."
“The lights go down. I settle into child's pose, and simply start to breathe. Within minutes, the stress of that meeting, the stress of the day...just fall away.”
"The music intensifies and the room gets brighter as we move through our first flow. I get that 'first cup of coffee' kind of energy. The real fun begins when we pick up the first set of weights and the burn kicks in."
“I'm bringing my focus back to my breath. I feel proud of what I've done here. Sure, there's a little love-hate, fight or flight going on during the workout, but I did it. I'm ready to take on whatever may come my way.”

Good to know

plank together

Studies show that planking with a partner or in a class produces a motivation gain that helps you hold them for longer than if you were alone.

get to know your sweat

Regular sweat is made up of water, salt and potassium, whereas stress sweat is all fatty acids and proteins, released by an entirely different gland.

Ongoing Exuberance

Just a few minutes of physical activity can have positive mood benefits that last far longer than your workout. 


Our members say

“Everyone is really nice, there’s kindness, there’s gratitude, but the workout itself might make you whimper.”

Sophie M.

Berkeley Heights, NJ

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