Jeff Hush offers a series of Wellness Workshops
Most Americans today work at desks; we become disconnected from our natural breathing and our backs because of too much sitting; this leads to physical and mental imbalances. These can be overcome–and stress greatly reduced–by understanding and practicing a few basic principles of healthy moving and breathing. Discover simple techniques for working with your breath: some release toxins and tension; others build calm and confidence. You can actually use your breath (with visualization) to alleviate pain in your body. Jeff Hush focuses on the anatomical principles within yoga, removing the Indian spiritual vocabulary.
A modern form of yoga that grew out of Vinyasa or Flow Yoga. The Sun Salutation and Warrior poses are joined together with twists, standing balances, and leg extensions to create a sequence of interlinked poses. A key focus is on building upper-body and core strength; flexibility is developed simultaneously with the growth of muscles to protect the major joints.
- Increases Blood Flow
- Weight Loss
Get the benefits of Tai Chi and Power Yoga in one class. Learn how to flow through life with stronger, more supple muscles. Connect your core to your base and your upper body. Once your core gains power, you can balance effectively and release the pains/blocks that inhibit the spine's free movement. A new concept by Jeff Hush.
A total body workout used to train modern dancers. This class is open to non-dancers as well. The Pilates "powerhouse" exercises build up the full range of abdominal muscles and the lower back to create a strong center. All movement flows from this center. Precise exercises shape the muscles and help you achieve a lean, balanced dancer's body.
GA hardcore total body workout similar to the "boot camp" exercise programs spreading across the country.
Jeff Hush is available as a personal trainer, combining weight-training and cardio with elements from all the disciplines mentioned above. Hush is also an expert on healthy eating and how to break bad habits