We have open space to move, loads of room for stretching, no humongous grunting college athletes, no competition for six-pack abs or teenage figures.
We emphasize that slowing down to tune in helps us develop awareness of how our body feels and responds during movement and exercise. That knowledge goes a long way to help us heal and then perform better in the real world.
Once tuned in and aware, we get people up on their feet and moving purposefully in the way that the body is designed. It’s full engagement, of course with a sense of humor.
You won’t find us sitting on machines, plugged into the TV, or doing mindless repetitions while reading a magazine.