SWEAT SESSIONS BLENDS FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT AND HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (HIIT) WITH ELEMENTS OF DANCE AND KUNDALINI KRIYA (ACTION).
So, what does this mean?
High intensity interval training is a method in which you give all-out, one hundred percent effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. Constantly changing the tempo, pace, exercise, and sequencing gets and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less time. It’s almost twice as efficient as longer steady state periods of exercise.
Helps you build strength, stability, and mobility that translates beyond the gym. It’s “real world” fitness. It focuses on movement, not muscles, with an emphasis on unilateral movement to train and develop your muscles to more easily and safely perform everyday activities, from carrying your kids to grabbing the groceries.
An energy activating yogic practicing and a kriya in Kundalini is a series of postures, breath, and sound that work toward a specific outcome. Practicing a kriya initiates a sequence of physical and mental changes that simultaneously activates the body, mind, and spirit. These small but mighty movements, when done repeatedly, challenge your whole being. There are kriyas that support the liver, balance the glandular system, fine tune your chakras, make you radiant, stimulate the pituitary, increase the flexibility of the spine, and many more. Each has a different effect, but all work on all levels of your being.
Such as ballet, is a wonderful way to improve muscle tone, balance, flexibility, core strength and muscle endurance. The result is longer, leaner, more defined muscles.