Spinning, Yoga, Aquafit and Pilates will be available again this year - important self-care! Classes book out quickly as capacity is very limited. Book early - during your conference registration - to avoid disappointment!
Aerobic exercise, also called cardiovascular exercise, is any sustained workout that exercises large muscle groups, increases your heart rate and makes your lungs work harder. Water aerobics is a form of aerobic exercise that takes place in the water and is usually composed of a variety of exercises. Although almost anyone can participate in water aerobics, the sport is ideal for people with back pain, elderly people or people with delicate bone structures and those who would like to lose weight without putting too much strain on their bodies. Consult a doctor before embarking on a regular water aerobics routine.
Pilates or Physical Mind method, is a series of nonimpact exercises designed by Joseph Pilates to develop strength, flexibility, balance, and inner awareness.
Indoor cycling, as an organized activity, is a form of exercise with classes focusing on endurance, strength, intervals, high intensity (race days) and recovery, and involves using a special stationary exercise bicycle with a weighted flywheel in a classroom setting. It is commonly called spinning.
The word “Yoga” was originally used to describe the experience of Transcending, a state where mind and body experience total inner silence. The physical exercises commonly understood as “Yoga” today (which one can also learn at a later stage as part of the TM course, if desired), were originally meant to prepare the body so that the actual process of transcending during meditation goes more smoothly.