Spend a full hour getting down to all of your top 40s favorites. Combine sweet beats with killer moves, magnetic instructors, hooting, hollerin, smiling, sweating and laughing…now you’ve got an OULA CLASS.
Oula was created in 2010 by Kali Lindner. A graduate of The University of Montana in Missoula, Kali became a certified yoga instructor and then received her White Belt in the Nia Technique in Portland, Oregon. Still, she found herself wanting a more physically intense, high-energy and light-hearted workout.
Not able to find what she was looking for, she created it herself. Kali combined the movement of dance, the intensity of aerobic workouts, and the philosophies of yoga and Nia to create Oula, dancemania for the soul.
What is an Oula class like? It is a very exciting dance party atmosphere full of top 40 music. You will forget you are working out with the fun, sexy, and simple dance music. The best of all is you don’t need any dance experience!
It is fun effective, using interval training and combining fast and slow rhythms for an effective aerobic workout while at the same time targeting your legs, abs, glutes and arms.
The workout is basically watch and follow. The moves repeat often enough for you to catch on and they are not complicated.
Oula combines high energy and great motivating music with fun unique moves and combinations that allow you to dance away your worries. It is based on the concept that working out should be fun and easy to do in order for you to stick to your fitness goals. Oula is not only great for the body, but it is also great for the mind. It is the feel happy workout.
Oula is very infectious and is definitely the latest, most exciting fitness sensation! What a fun way to workout, lose weight or just become the new healthier you.
What people are saying about Oula
“I took my first class two months ago, and now I’m an Oula disciple. I have taken many, many fitness classes throughout my life and Oula is the most fun, inspiring workout I have ever participated in. Because of Oula, I have been able to maintain my excitement and commitment to cardio after having my third child this year.” - Heather H.
“Let me preface this by saying I am quite possibly one of the most uncoordinated people on the planet. That being said, I have become absolutely obsessed with Oula. It is filled with top 40s music, and I feel like it is somewhere that I can let everything else go and rock out and let the music move me. I leave the class feeling energized, happy and excited. How many times can you say that after you have been sweating like crazy at the gym for an hour?” – Lacie E.
“I love walking out of Oula feeling like a beautiful hot mess! It is this fantastic mesh of euphoria, exhaustion, and pride that I get to carry with me throughout the day.” -Annie N.