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Business Description
about YAS YAS Fitness Center was founded in 2001 by Kimberly Fowler, a triathlete and health and fitness expert, looking for a way to make yoga more relevant to athletes. YAS attracts strong, powerful and capable people looking for another way to strengthen and push their physical bodies. YAS instructors do not want to be anyone's guru, they want to share their experiences with yoga and in-door cycling to help students build strength and flexibility. Join us at YAS for some hard work and fun, and meet other like-minded people using yoga to improve their athletic performance. Kimberly offers her signature YOGA for ATHLETES , a one-hour class focused on yoga poses geared to help an athlete with his or her performance in any sport. YOGA for ATHLETES focuses on the areas of the body that are the most used and thus the tightest and most injury prone for athletes the hips, knees, lower back and shoulders. The class is packed with movement start to finish in an effort to give students a great workout, and build strength and flexibility.
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
discover, all major credit cards
Neighborhoods
Venice, West Los Angeles, Oakwood
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Categories
Health & Fitness Program Consultants, Health Clubs, Exercise & Physical Fitness Programs, Yoga Instruction, Physical Fitness Consultants & Trainers, Gymnasiums, Weight Control Services
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Price Range : Average

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goodguy123

10/16/2009

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KEEP AWAY FROM THIS PLACE

Keep away from this club. The owner threatened and harassed me when I objected to her playing Satanic music by Led Zeplin.



Led Zeppelin is Satanic to the core. In the song "Houses of the Holy," Robert Plant (lead singer) speaks of Satan's daughter and making her garden grow (a sexual reference). The album cover displays naked women crawling towards the top of the temple. It's sickening in the name of decency. Anyone who denies the occult inspiration of Led Zeppelin's music is woefully deceived.

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