We inspire you to live in movement and teach you how.
What is Movement?
Movement is a place to access everything you need to live in movement. We’re your movement coach and trusted source for navigating the wide world of health and wellness. We’re here to support women at every stage of life; to give you tools and knowledge so that you can create routines you actually enjoy and feel more confident in your body. The perfect place to start is with our free Weekly Moves workout schedule and Movement Guide newsletter.
Weekly Moves is a schedule of free daily classes sent to your inbox every Monday morning.
Movement Guide is your free twice monthly collection of feel-good news, tips, musings, and inspiration. Read our archives here.
In 2020, mother-daughter duo Gabriela Schonbach and Amanda June Giannakos launched an online wellness studio and lifestyle brand with the dream of making fitness fun and accessible, supporting women in every stage of life. But we go back further than that. It all started in 2005 with Namaste Yoga, a television series that has brought timeless yoga practices to people from all walks of life, all over the world. We slowly evolved beyond yoga and relaunched as Movement. Now, we’re all about getting you moving with accessible fitness classes and encouraging wellness content, and providing you with everything you need to live in movement.
Living in movement is approaching wellness with that wide-eyed curiosity that you had as a child (we promise you can tap into it at any age) and getting creative in how you move through your daily life. Sometimes living in movement is doing a kickboxing class that challenges you. But it’s also the way you move around the kitchen when you cook, or how you play with your kids or grandkids. It’s taking a moment to check in with your breath. It’s stretching your arms high above your head at your desk. It’s doing lower body exercises while you watch a movie on Netflix. It’s moving while coffee brews in the morning―dancing, stretching, shadowboxing, shaking it out. It’s an act of caring for yourself today, and for your future self. And it’s fun!