This week’s theme is the very important act of being kind to your body. This can look like many things: talking to yourself in a positive way, taking the time to be active, or prioritizing rest. When you’re not able to hit your fitness goals, remember that showing up and showing your body love is enough. What does being kind to your body mean to you?
Give it your best today! A balanced workout routine is key to longevity. Start with Keighty’s Lower Body Stability & Strength Class – this one is all about the lower-body work! Then, roll it out with Dom’s Foam Rolling & Stretch Class, designed to get into tight areas, release tension, and soothe sore muscles.
Lydia’s NEW collection of yoga classes will strengthen and restore you. Try a shoulder-focused yoga class, engage your core in a class designed to strengthen, or move gently with a slow flow. Choose a class from this collection and enjoy the benefits to both body and mind.
Today, being kind to your body looks like allowing yourself to relax and enjoy doing something that refreshes you. Whether you feel like going for a walk, reading a great book, or enjoying some downtime, give yourself permission to fully rest today.
Join Adrian for an exciting Functional HIIT Class designed to challenge your fitness levels and increase your confidence. This class is about finding what challenges you. Adapt the pace and modify where you need to, and find the fun in breaking a sweat!
Begin with some high-intensity moves and try Your First HIIT Class with Vanda. If you’ve ever wanted to try HIIT but are unsure of where to start, this is for you! Then, try Amanda’s Yoga Class, a gentle and healing practice that will take you from one relaxing pose to another.
Learn triggerpoint therapy basics in this 10-minute Triggerpoint Workshop with Adrian. This class will help you connect your body to your mind, improve the stability and intention of your movements, as well as hydrate soft tissue to improve your health, longevity, and recovery.
READ: The Beginner, an article that will inspire you to embrace trying new things as you grow in your movement journey.