Low intensity. Gently restore movement abilities.
This is our gentle MovNat progression, for people who want to spend more time working through the MovNat skills. We will spend time introducing and refining ground movement skills (rolling, getting up off of the ground, balancing and lifting safely), then build from there when you’re ready. We’ll help you build a solid base to get you ready for some of the more advanced movement progressions.
Mixed intensity. Refine skills and movement patterns to progress and push your potential.
This is our standard MovNat class which progresses a little more quickly, and introduces more advanced movement skills, including vaulting, jumping, hanging, swinging, carrying and throwing. Julie and Jason are great at helping you progress through these movements, while giving you a great workout and helping make your movement better, safer and more efficient.
High intensity. Evolve to the next level of performance and learn higher level skills.
This is our advanced MovNat class which builds off of your refine base to dynamic movement skills and incorporates higher level parkour movements, including vaulting, jumping, climbing and balancing. It’s taught by Jason Ploss, one of our Level II instructors, and it’s amazingly challenging, fun, and rewarding!
Low intensity. Improve balance and reduce fall risk.
This class spends an hour using the MovNat approach to develop better balance and to incorporate balance into your daily tasks. We will focus on standing, walking, and getting up, utilizing props such as low level balance beams, boxes, and light weights.
Low intensity. For those with or worried about osteoporosis.
This series of classes is geared toward people who either have a diagnosis of osteoporosis/osteopenia or who are interested in a fitness class which can help preserve bone density and prevent falls. It’s a great group of women, and super fun! These classes are taught by Jenny Ploss, a physical therapist and certified Level II MovNat instructor.
High intensity. Improve your climbing-specific strength and movement skills.
Jenny Ploss teaches this class for rock climbers or those who have a hanging and climbing background. Work on climbing-specific mobility, movement skills and strength while incorporating oppositional movements to balance your body out. These are super challenging and fun!