If this sounds like you — BodyART is the perfect fitness class for you! BodyART is for anyone. It’s a low-impact exercise designed to work with individuals who may have certain limitations when it comes to working out and can work to help improve some of those limitations.
Please consult with your doctor, physical therapist, and/or our Fitness Instructor to ensure your safety!
What is BodyART?
BodyART Is a form of exercise and movement therapy that combines elements of yoga, tai chi, and Pilates. It involves a series of flowing, functional movements that are performed to music. BodyART is designed to improve flexibility, strength, and balance.
The BodyART system is based on the principles of functional training, which emphasizes the use of exercises that mimic everyday movements and activities. It’s typically performed in a group class setting and it can be modified for individuals of all fitness levels.
The Benefits of BodyART
There are many benefits when it comes to practicing BodyART – some of which include:
FAQs about BodyART
Yoga and BodyART are both forms of exercise and movement therapy that can have many similar benefits, such as improved flexibility, strength, and balance. However, there are some key differences between the two practices: Origins: Yoga is an ancient Indian physical and spiritual discipline that has been practiced for thousands of years, while BodyART is a relatively modern system that was developed in the late 1990s. Techniques: Yoga typically involves a series of static postures (asanas) that are held for a period of time while BodyART involves a series of flowing, functional movements that are performed to music. Focus: Yoga has a spiritual or meditative component and the practice may involve breathing techniques and mindful practices while BodyART tends to focus on more physical movement and functional training.
Please bring a yoga mat and dress comfortably! Don’t worry about the type of show — this class is done barefoot!
BodyART is unique in that it combines elements of yoga, tai chi, and Pilates and focuses on functional movements that mimic everyday activities. It’s also typically performed to music which can make it more enjoyable for some people.