At Holy City CrossFit, we believe fitness is not one-dimensional. Stretching, loosening, and lengthening are all pieces of the puzzle and essential for recovery and making further strides in the gym.
Join us Tuesday evenings a 6:30pm and Thursday afternoons at 11am for YogaWOD, a practice designed to address your limitations and help keep you at the top of your game!
Classes involve a 60 minute flow of yoga postures, mobility exercises, self-massage, breathwork, concentration, and meditation. Each class varies and each focuses on different aspects of your body, health, and performance.
We also hold a donation-based community YogaWOD class the last Sunday of every month at 11am. This is a great opportunity to come try out YogaWOD and see how it can benefit you! ($5 suggested donation at the door)
If you're just visiting and want to drop-in for a good stretch session, you can purchase a single drop-in pass for any of our regularly scheduled YogaWOD sessions.
If you're not sure you can make YogaWOD regularly, but you'd like to fit it in when you can, we offer a 10-class punchcard that is valid for 6 months from date of purchase.
Single Yoga Drop-In
Please note that Holy City CrossFit drop-in passes are not valid for YogaWOD classes. A separate drop-in pass must be purchased for each class you would like to attend.
Meet Our Instructor
Noel Poff is a longtime health and fitness professional. He specializes in blending functional fitness with his current bodywork practice, Lowcountry Rolfing. Growing up along the southeast coastline helped provide a place for Noel to explore the intimate relationship health has with how people move and grow within an ever-changing environment. Sharing with others his experiences in this exploration has become both his passion and profession.
He has been a certified yoga instructor since 2013 with training backgrounds in Baptiste Power Yoga and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, which enables him to deliver a wide spectrum of practices. Spending time working as a certified personal trainer, a strength and conditioning coach, and as a massage therapist, Noel also understands the needs of athletes in the gym and many of his practices are based on working with common limitations and injuries seen on the training floor.