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Welcome to KettleX® Yoga!

Join us as we unveil this Vinyasa-based refined and sophisticated workout.  

Pairing linear, curvy, traditional & rhythmic movements with a light weight serves to Anchor & Reinforce you, encouraging new awareness, long lines, stability and of course, cardio.

Have no yoga experience? That’s fine! Bring what you’ve got & choose among the accommodations available for all levels. Non-flexibles welcome.

Want to ease into a session ? Cool! You can do the flow without the resistance & still get what you came for.

Want to take it up a notch? There are challenges to be had.

KettleX Yoga is inclusive for women and men of all fitness and yoga levels. Stay tuned for upcoming free streaming workouts!

Want to get Certified?

This certification course is for yoga instructors or fitness professionals who have taken Vinyasa classes consistently for a minimum of one year.

Created and lead by Lorna Kleidman and Mary Horne

Upcoming Course Dates

When: Saturday, Sept. 24th: 10am-5pm
Where: JCC Manhattan, 5th Floor
Instructors: Mary Horne and Lorna Kleidman

Materials Needed: Towel, pen, snacks, and a beverage

Cancellation & Refund
Course registration fees are non-refundable; should LornaFit cancel the course, for any reason, registrants will receive a complete refund.

Practical exam is performed after course date, via video submission.

CEC Approved

Package Includes:
- Comprehensive step-by-step manual
- Music selections
- Online access to course content and additional movements
- Unlimited email support
- Opportunity to join the KettleX directory of trainers
- Certificate of completion

Looking to bring KettleX Yoga to your facility?
Contact us today!

To Register, click here!

"Forty Zen-minutes in, I was saying to myself 'This is the best thing I've done for my body in a really long time.'"

"This morning, I took a KettleX Yoga class with Instructor Mary Horne, created by Lorna Kleidman, I used to enjoy yoga, but it's been a long time. I'm generally active but I showed up today a little wary and wondering if 20+ years of arthritis, inflexibility and chronic pain would get in the way of my being able to keep up. Worries unnecessary. Completely. Forty Zen-minutes in, I was saying to myself "This is the best thing I've done for my body in a really long time." With every repetition my joints and muscles quietly, happily liberated themselves and happy danced inside my body. The go-at-your-own-paceness let me challenge myself in thoughtful, baby-step ways. I left happy, sweaty and feeling strong, loose, open and a little weak-kneed (but in a good way). I'm no morning person unless it's what's left of the night before. This is totally worth getting up at 6am and traveling 90 minutes to get there. Can't wait to go back!"

Tracy Hyter-Suffern, NY