What is Yogalicious Fitness (Yogalicious Fitness TV)?
Yogalicious Fitness is more than just a way to tighten, tone, shape & relax your body. It is a lifestyle and wellness philosophy that incorporates all aspects of the self– body, mind/emotions, & spirit–to help you increase self-awareness & confidence, as well as showing you how to act more often from your highest self, in order to create your best life ever!
Our Youtube Channel, Yogalicious Fitness TV (you can also see videos from this website) provides helpful & entertaining videos which focus on your most important self-help, self-care, relationship & wellness topics.
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What are Yogalicious Fitness workouts/classes?
Yogalicious Fitness is a type of fusion exercise, built upon a foundation of Vinyasa yoga, and incorporating movements from various types of workouts: calisthenics, Pilates, ballet/barre & cardio/dance movements, to name a few. Creator and instructor Susan Blayer developed Yogalicious Fitness to make yoga more accessible to the average person, while also making it more playful and fun.
Participants learn how to link breath (pranayama) with motion, as they move through dynamic yoga flow sequences. They also practice asanas, or postures, that one would see in a typical yoga class. But this is not your average yoga class!
Yogalicious Fitness classes strive to cultivate a state of “energized relaxation.” Each segment of the class is thoughtfully designed to center, stretch, tone and strengthen the body, mind and spirit, while fostering a supportive group atmosphere that many students describe as family-like in nature.
Yogalicious exercises and sequences have also been carefully crafted to sculpt, tighten and streamline a woman’s body using what Susan Blayer calls SCS Conditioning– referring to Shoulders, Core and Seat– the most common and stubborn “trouble areas” most women have tried, without lasting success, to transform.
YF is also a lifestyle philosophy which blends Eastern and Western principals of wellness. The YF lifestyle seeks to increase the health, positivity, peace and self-confidence of every practitioner from the inside-out and the outside-in. The Golden rule of YF, like most yoga, is “First Do No Harm,” which as a guiding principle, asks students to listen to the wisdom in their bodies, and to never push too far or too little in their practice.