I’m so excited you’ve made the decision to invest in yourself and your wellbeing. I can’t wait to support you on the journey. Here’s some important info about getting started with the studio.
I recommend that everyone get started with the studio intro video. Even if you’re not new to fitness, it sets the groundwork for a lot of what you’ll learn in the other classes, and helps ensure we’re speaking the same language. Then, complete the benchmarking video, which will allow you to gauge your progress over time.
Once you’ve done the intro video, you can circle back and practice the breathing techniques over and over in this shorter video. This is a great practice on its own if you’re pre or postnatal, or is a good option as a warmup before moving on to other videos.
To do these classes, you will need 1 blanket (prenatal clients may want more), 2 blocks, 1 band, and 1 strap. If you don’t have these things, you can purchase the exact equipment I use here.
Yin is all about releasing and letting go. Poses are held for 2-5 minutes supported by props, to create opening and release in the body’s connective tissue.
Vinyasa Yoga is also commonly known as “flow” yoga. In Vinyasa, you’ll move and flow with your breath, both strengthening and stretching.
Pilates is a core workout focused on the “powerhouse” of the body: the inner and outer thighs, glutes, abs, and back muscles.
Like Yin, these classes are all about opening and releasing, but with a little less of that yoga “flavor.”
Full body, bodyweight conditioning that’s safe for your joints and can even be done barefoot!
Rehab, Prenatal, Postnatal
These specialty classes help meet the needs of those who may not have a lot of great options locally to learn to modify fitness for their current situation.
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