HEAT - Continuing your Pelvic Fitness
In the HCR ‘Heat’ programme, we’ve finally nailed exercise for fat loss that is also ‘Pelvic Floor Friendly’! It’s a ‘no-jump’ workout that truly will hit all the fat loss markers and jump start your metabolism and keep you burning calories for hours after the exercise session. Once you’ve gone through the ‘Every Woman’ programme, ‘Heat’ is your next step and we truly take it up a notch or two with a change in music and tempo to truly get you moving but with a deep respect for your Pelvic Health. Ultimately, IT CAN BE DONE. You can keep both feet on the ground and still have effective fat loss! But we’ve kept the bits of Every Woman that you all love, such as the focused pelvic floor work and relaxation ending with the treat at the end of class.
This programme is for you if...?
- you have completed at least one course of the 6 or 12 Week Every Woman Foundation and now feel more confident about your pelvic floor strength
- you'd like to continue with face-to-face sessions that still allow you to focus on your pelvic floor but now adding in more fat burning
- you want to be kept accountable for doing your pelvic floor exercises
- you want to know how to exercise to improve your Fat Loss but with respect to your Pelvic Health ie. without huge impact/load/force going through the Pelvic Floor and Core that could worsen it again
- you want a fun and relaxed group exercise session
- you want some time out to out yourself first once a week
- You want to know how to move dynamically and safely FOR LIFE!
- Are you ready to prioritize this area of your health and learn ESSENTIAL skills to last you a lifetime?
So, How Does It Work?
Once you have attended the 12 or 6 Week Foundation course you will be invited to join the regular HEAT classes. Bookings will be made on a 5 or 6 week basis and will follow the school half term schedule. Classes are held on Tuesday nights at 8pm at Heene Community Centre in Worthing.
The cost will be £60 for half a term (assuming there are 6 weeks in that half term).