Ashlea Wright

Ashlea Wright began her yoga practice in 2001 under a lovely instructor who was 65 years of age. Ashlea was inspired by the instructor's passion, flexibility and strength. As she continued her practice, Ashlea also found a love for pilates, dance, cycling and running, which each presented her with a new challenge.

Her passion for health and fitness extends beyond the yoga mat with her intrinsic desire to learn more about food and nutrition, and share this knowledge with others who are seeking to improve their overall health. Ashlea spends a great deal of time in the kitchen creating new recipes to try out on her family. You may even find some of her successful recipes on social media.

Ashlea has completed her AFAA Group Fitness Certification, as well as her Physical Mind Institute Pilates Matwork Initiation 101, G.E.A.R Cycling Training, and her Aura Wellness 300 hr. Power Yoga Certification.

You are sure to be challenged on the bike with her fun loving personality, as well as grounded on the mat with a consistent, strong and well rounded approach to the practice. "It is my hope that when a student walks into my class they feel welcome. As they practice they feel challenged, and when they leave they feel balanced."



Ashlea Wright instructs the following:
  • 3 Sixty Signature Cycle
  • Our signature class combining 45 minutes of cycling with optional off the bike exercises using weights, bands and body resistance.  Rock out with our amazing instructors on the bike, with the option to downshift into the 45 minute yoga class to follow.  This class is sure to leave you feeling fully energized!  

  • 3 Sixty Barre Bootcamp
  • This class takes an athletic approach to the barre.  You will obtain all the benefits of barre work, including lengthening, strengthening, and toning the targeted muscle groups, while combining circuit-style interval training.

  • 3 Sixty Relax and Restore Yin Yoga
  • Relax, unwind and journey deeper into your body and mind in this candlelit yin yoga class, where you will hold restorative postures for longer periods of time, focusing on breath work and deep muscle release.