HIT Yoga for Mamas
- 4 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- strength training
- Upper body strength training
- Abdominal Strength
- Some Yoga Experience Suggested but not required
Fitness, re-imagined with roots in the ancient yoga practices.
Led by Jennifer Dixon EYRT 500 and Authorized Ashtanga Yoga Teacher
In this online video course, you'll have access to 4 quick tutorials and "how-tos" covering the basic yoga poses and drills found throughout this course. Each introductory video breaks down these poses and shows you drills that you can perform on your own or in addition to the full length sequences. The introductory videos help to insure you are properly performing some of the most basic poses.
Yoga is safe, but, like any other exercise, if you do not perform them with proper form and technique, it can lead to injury. Jennifer wants to help keep you safe and practicing well into your 80s.
Once you feel comfortable with the tutorials, you have OPTIONS! In this course, you have 4 full length sequences that are 30, 40, and (2) 60 minutes long. If time is your limiting factor, the 30 minute heart opening sequence is PERFECT. It is the most gentle out of all the full length sequences and is sure to leave you feeling energized and ready to take on the day! The 40 and 60 minute sequences are tough! They are designed to challenge you, and strengthen all those "mommy" areas like tummy, glutes, legs and arms. These are designed to challenge you so breaks are expected and encouraged.
Finally, you have access to 4 different drills / quick workouts that are targeting your abs, to help build your core and the center of your gravity back. Being a mama is hard work, don't you think it would be better if you were centered and strong in that center?
The goal for this course is to keep you challenged and engaged and coming back to your mat again and again.
Disclaimer: Be Sure to get your medical professionals permission before starting this or any other exercise program.
- People interested in yoga
- fitness advocates
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