Here at the Bozeman Hot Springs Fitness Center we offer a variety of instructional classes. We have dedicated teachers to push you to the best of your ability to achieve all of your fitness goals. We are continually adding new classes so make sure to check back for updated schedules.
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
Nancy Monger-Flikkema is an ACE Certified group fitness instructor with 18 years of teaching experience. She enjoys teaching a variety of classes including; body pump, step, cycling and aqua classes. Her goal as a fitness instructor is to make sure everyone has a successful class no matter what their fitness level is. She takes pleasure in regularly changing her class format to continually challenge participants, avoid workout plateaus and prevent boredom.
Emily took her first yoga ten years ago at age 16. In October 2011, a serendipitous & spontaneous decision began a long-term teacher training and certification process under the tutelage of Nancy Ruby. In the past year and half she has enjoyed continuing education with Christina Sell, Mika DeBrito, Adi Amar, and Desiree Rumbaugh. Emily’s personal practice favors Anusara and yin styles of yoga in addition to a traditional hatha flow, as she enthusiastically studies methods of teaching to those with limitations and athletes of all ages. Her other interests include playing at the river with her gentle black Labrador, mountain biking year-long, snowboarding, spiritual inquiry, and adventuring in the balance between health and fun.
Initially trained by Ana Forrest and Ganga White, Cynthia Logan received her teaching certification from the California Yoga Teachers ‘Association in 1984. She continued her studies at the Iyengar Institute in San Francisco, The Yoga Room in Berkeley, and with top teachers in most of the yoga styles popular today.
A founding member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, she is also a Nationally Certified Bodywork Professional. Cynthia’s dynamic teaching style includes the precise alignment pioneered by BKS Iyengar, the “fire” of astanga flow and the ideokinesis imagery techniques of Lulu Swiegard, Eric Franklin and the late Andre´ Bernard, with whom she studied in Berkeley.
Cynthia brought yoga to the area in 1988, and was the first to bring ‘big name’ yoga teachers in for workshops.
Expect to breathe deeply, challenge & enjoy yourself, and learn something about your body in her classes!
I recently moved with my husband, my baby James who is 7 months, and 2 Boxers, Louie and Serena from Phoenix, Arizona. I grew up in Arizona where being around water and pool safety was essential and was a huge part my life. We have been very happy and fortunate to make our switch out to Bozeman and start our life here in this beautiful state enjoying all the outdoor activities Bozeman has to offer.
I have been teaching swim lessons for the past 15 years. My background encompasses teaching swimmers of all ages and abilities. I have taught for private swim schools in the Phoenix area that included working with some world renown Olympians as well as starting my own swim school the last two years I was in Phoenix. I was also a competitive swimmer for most of my childhood through high school. I was fortunate to swim next to some Olympians and train with them as well.
I have also instructed water aerobics for all ages in Flagstaff, Arizona while I was attending Northern Arizona University. The group I lead included a range of swim abilities, and we focused on range of motion and different types of movements in the water to help different muscle groups.
My practice of yoga started on a college campus as a way to break up my school day. I was looking for a way to escape the long periods in front of desks and computers. The first few months saw me practising, in the gym, weekly. Before I knew it, I was into a studio a daily basis. For the rest of college, the studio became a second home.
I’m very thankful for my first teachers at Bodhi Tree Yoga Center up in Calgary, Alberta. They introduced me to the idea that yoga exists out of the studio and beyond one’s mat. Furthermore, they exposed me to a wide variety of styles while allowing me to build a solid foundation in an Anusara inspired practice.The teachers at Bodhi Tree Yoga Center motivated me to complete my 200 hour YTT. I was privileged to study at Yoga North in Duluth, Minnesota and to continue my education in many workshops and lectures.