Hi everyone! It's been a while since I've posted but I promise I haven't disappeared. I have been training and learning a whole lot and I want to share with you an amazing practice called Inferno Hot Pilates.
A small group of us went to Vermont in January for a 3 day intensive to be trained by the creator of the series herself Gabriella Walters.
Inferno Hot Pilates is all about moving mindfully and with controlled movements all while doing low impact high intensity interval training. The interval training aspect of the class is amazing because it causes an oxygen deficit in the body. What that means is that the body for anywhere up to three days will be working hard to replenish that oxygen which requires it to work long after your workout and improve overall health and metabolism.
The class begins with grounding, warming up the spine, core and glutes and then getting down to the nitty gritty fun, energy abundant and action packed class that will get your heart rate up and smiles going!
This class is full of energy, music, motivation and feeling absolutely amazing all within one hour. It works the entire body and you definitely feel stronger with every single class.
You will build long lean muscles, creating a very strong core and overall get your cardiovascular system stronger and a whole lot stronger in your back.
As this class will up your heart rate it is always advised to get a doctors approval. There are always modifications for all the poses so there is always something for everyone. Every class you will see yourself getting stronger and stronger so that there is always some kind of movement from you. We want to continue moving as much as possible during the intervals ;).
I have a some classes in my working schedule in Mississauga (you can check them out here on my schedule page) and a special first time introduction class on Feb 20, 2017 at Be Hot Yoga.
If you have any questions about this practice please write it the comments or my contact page! Look forward to seeing you for Inferno Hot Pilates!
By the way, I forgot the mention.... It's HOT! About 35 degrees celcius. :)