Carly attended and graduated teacher training in the fall of 2011. She is a Fresno native who previously pursued a professional ballet career in Seattle, Nashville and Portland. After retiring from her ballet career, she settled in Portland and studied horticulture, becoming involved in farms and nurseries. In 2006, Carly returned to Fresno to be closer to her family and discovered Bikram yoga. After practicing for four years at Blue Moon she was inspired and encouraged to become an instructor. Carly also teaches ballet and performs with Shirley Winter's Ballet School. When Carly is not at the studio she enjoys surfing, hiking and sunshine.
Carly Frederick instructs the following:
Hot Yoga 60
Fit Flow Vinyasa
FitFlow is a total-body program designed to dramatically improve your fitness by injecting elements of yoga into a fun, cardio-based fitness routine. It will challenge your body in new ways as you reap the benefits of high intensity interval training including increased metabolism, muscular endurance, and a healthy and happy heart.
If you are just beginning a yoga practice, this is a great way to build strength, endurance, balance, and breath. If you are already an established yogi, these exercises will bring a new, full-body challenge that will directly impact and improve your poses, postures, inversions, and flows, set to music.
The ORIGINAL HOT YOGA! 26 postures, 2 breathing exercises, 90 minutes in a room heated to 105 degrees. You will systematically move fresh oxygenated blood to 100% of your body: every muscle, ligament, tendon, joint, organ is refreshed. 360 degrees. This aids the body in its healing process, restoring all systems to healthy working order just as nature intended.
Bikram Yoga is suitable for all ages and level of ability. No experienced required. All you have to do is try your best to receive the benefits. Every body can benefit from a regular yoga practice. Don't delay — your body and your mind will love it.
"Never too late, never too bad, never too old, never too sick to start all over from scratch once again."