SoulFit Training Group Class Workout Schedule
April Cancelations: All classes April 16-20th. I will be at a conference learning about food allergies and fatigue. Can’t wait to share!
No prior reservation necessary, but call for directions. SoulFit can be tricky to find the first time.
|8am||SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class||8:30am SFT Group Class|
|9am||SFT Group Class||Gentle SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class||Gentle SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class||9:30 am Relaxation Yoga|
|5:30pm||SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class||SFT Group Class:||SFT Group Class:|
SFT Group Class: SoulFit Training classes incorporate a yoga warm-up, a high intensity
weight resistance cardio workout with beginner, intermediate, and advanced options, and a final yoga stretching cool down. Modifications offered for all exercises.
Gentle SFT Group
Class: Gentle classes follow the same format as SFT Group Classes but has a
gentler approach. Great for ladies beginning their exercise program, recovering
from an injury, or ladies 55+. Lots of modifications offered.
Relaxation Yoga Class: Feel stressed from a long week? This
is the perfect class for you! You’ll become de-stressed and reenergized with gentle
stretches, reminders to breathe deep, smooth breaths, and a final relaxation
pose which includes Thai massage techniques and a relaxing breathwork practice.
You can’t help but leave feeling refreshed.
How does breathwork help you de-stress? The amazing thing about our breath is it is
controlled voluntarily and involuntarily and can influence the nervous system.
When we are stressed our sympathetic system (the flight or fight mode associated
with fast, shallow breaths ) is more active than the parasympathetic system
(associated with calmness, slow breathing, and a slower heart rate). Both systems are
supposed to work in harmony with each other but often stress overrides the parasympathetic
system and we are in a constant state of stress (sympathetic). Fortunately as
stated earlier, our breath is also voluntary. We can breathe deep, smooth
breaths turning down the sympathetic system and turning on the calming effect
of the parasympathetic system.
Negative effects of the sympathetic nervous system can be a factor in the following diseases: