CALISTHENicS:

What is Calisthenics?

Calisthenics is focussed on body weight training and is perfect for anyone who has ever had a desire to perform a pull-up, muscle-up or human flag. 

 

These classes are for anyone wanting to upgrade their ninja skills or looking to master their back lever, muscle up, handstand pushup and more.

Unlock skills you may never have thought possible.

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Cal-lis-then-ics 



[kal-uh s-then-iks]



From the Greek word Kallos which means "beauty" or beautiful and stenos which means "strength"

Calisthenics at Sequoia Movement
Calisthenics

Skills | Calisthenics

Calisthenics

60 minutes

Calisthenics is focused on body weight training and is perfect for anyone who has ever had a desire to perform a pull up. For complete beginners to advanced movers this class is for anyone wanting to upgrade their ninja skills or looking to master their back lever, muscle up, handstand pushup and more. 


This body weight only class will push you to new levels and have you unlocking skills you may never have thought possible.

Whether you're trying to get your first pull-up or adding seconds to your front lever these sessions have something for everyone.

Sarah

Sarah

Calisthenics: Advanced

Skills | Calisthenics

Calisthenics: Advanced

60 minutes

For anyone wanting to upgrade their ninja or looking to master their back lever, muscle ups, handstand push-ups and more.

This bodyweight only class will push you to new levels - whether you're trying to get your first pull-up or adding seconds to your front lever these sessions have something for everyone.

Sarah

Sarah

Handstand Strength

Skills | Calisthenics

Handstand Strength

60 minutes

One of the most sought after movements within the world of fitness.  The handstand.


Who doesn't want the ability to balance effortlessly on ones hands and even move through different shapes and patterns while inverted?


The Handstand Strength class is focussed on developing the awareness, strength, mobility and control needed to be able to spend time upside down in a handstand.  From kicking up into your first handstand to hunting down the elusive one arm, training your inversions has numerous benefits and can be amazingly fun and rewarding.


Using a combination of calisthenics and weight based movements to gain confidence and strength whilst inverted.

Adam

Adam