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Animal Flow - Movement & Mobility Training

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Nov 30 3:00PM - 4:00PM

When most people hear the term Animal Flow they automatically assume that it consists of crawling on the floor and moving like an animal. This, however, is an oversimplification. While animal movements are a big component of the practice, at its core, Animal Flow is a blend of many different modalities such as yoga, breakdancing, parkour, and gymnastics that link together to create a sequence of flows.

Benefits of Animal Flow
- Improves mobility/flexibility
- Improves stability
- Improves endurance
- Increases bodyweight Strength
- Improves neuromuscular development
- Encourages multi-planar movement
- Increase body awareness


Willwebe moving like animals?

While Animal movements play a big part in the system, this practice goes far deeper than that as Animal Flow adds a level of complexity that your body craves from years of doing repetitive movements in the day to day grind or conventional training.

Is this another form of Yoga?

It's easy to compare Animal Flow to yoga as some of the movements are very similar in nature, However, the main difference of Animal Flow is that it takes the practitioner off the matand moving in multiple planes of motion.

Is there free parking?

Yes there is

Do I need to bring a mat?

No mats are required as this practice will have youmoving throughout the entire space

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can email me with any further questions at

I have an injury, can I still participate?

It depends on the injury, Animal Flow is low impact with the potential of being high intensity. With that said if you're dealing with an injury, you should always confirm with your doctor before engagingin any physical activity.

I'm a completebeginner and not very fit, can I still do Animal Flow?

Absolutely, Animal Flow is for all levels, whether you're a pro athlete, a senior, or a complete beginner. All movements come with a set of regressions and modifications.

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