The Why's of Our Program
There IS a method to our madness. Yes, we go from standing exercises to floor exercises, yes we often add some jumping and we roll. Here's why...
Why do we jump in class?
Remember jump roping as a kid? Or playing hopscotch? How much joy we got out of playing these things when we were kids. Did you stop jumping at some point? There is a misconception that as we age we shouldn’t jump because we might get injured. On the contrary! Jumping actually strengthens our muscles and bones, improves our balance and keeps us feeling young with a spring in our step (and not a shuffle). R
Why do we switch from standing exercises to mat exercises?
How often do we stop doing things because they become more difficult. Our clients say often “we can’t get down on the floor”.Getting down to the ground and effortlessly getting back up is a functional movement that is essential in our ability to keep an active and fulfilling lifestyle. This basic human movement skill ranks right up there with with walking, squatting, twisting and bending. Read more...
Why is Healthy Fascia Important?
Have you stopped working out because you are experiencing pain? So many people do! Pain is a significant problem in our society. It's estimated that up to 80% of adults experience persistent symptoms of pain at some point in their lives.
Chronic pain has been linked to restricted mobility, opioid dependency, anxiety, depression, and reduced quality of life, and it contributes to an estimated $560 billion annually in direct medical costs, lost productivity, and disability programs in the United States.