There are 3 types of Strength Classes: UPPER, LOWER and 360º. These strength classes combine bodyweight and traditional strength training methods. We will use a variety of equipment and exercises to build total-body strength that will lead to the development of new skills including; front lever, back lever, planche, muscle-up, handstand pushup, one arm chin-up, human flag, manna, deadlift, squat, pistol squat, cossack squat, nordic curl and lunge.
We've got 2 types of handstand classes: BASICS and SKILLS. The BASICS classes are perfect if you are beginner looking to gain comfort upside down or if you are looking to build your handstand endurance. The Skills classes will take it up a notch and are perfect for the more advanced hand balancer to work on handstand press, handstand shapes and single arm training. These classes are fun and community-driven. We'll take you through progressions, shapes, spotting techniques, and the adequate conditioning to sustain your upside-down physique. This class will provide the strength and mobility training necessary to achieve a handstand, handstand press, and other inverted skills.
Our Mobility Classes intentionally prepare you for the adventures ahead! We offer 3 types of Mobility Classes: Upper, Lower, and 360. Each focused class combines strength and flexibility training to create mobility in your joints and spine. The movements in these classes will complement the training in the strength and handstand classes we offer as well, and are designed to help you minimize injuries. Plus, mobility work makes our bodies feel good!
Our Stretch classes focus on giving your body the love it craves. From targeted areas of work that parallel your work on a certain skill, to general flexibility classes, your body can't wait to get in some dedicated TLC. These classes will go at a slower pace and allow your body to relax and ease into creating mobility in the joints and spine. These movements will complement the training in the strength and hand balance classes and will also help you minimize injuries. Plus, stretching makes our bodies feel good!