HIIT-ish: Conscious Conditioning - The Myth Series

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Jill Miller

Jill Miller C-IAYT, YA-CEP, ERYT.  Fascia Expert, Author of The Roll Model, Co-founder of Tune Up Fitness. Jill is a movement pioneer. She brought functional movement into the yoga industry 15 years ago with he...
In my halcyon days as a “yoga only” practitioner, I avoided high intensity training for 2 reasons: 1) Explosive work left me injured (cuz I was so overstretched!) 2) I would be sore for days afterwards (cuz I was so weak and overstretched!) After I finally shook off my “yoga only” fog, I realized that my movement diet was missing many macro-nutrients, including cultivating true elasticity in my fascial body and heart strengthening, heart-thumping conditioning. This HIIT-ish class aims to support you with precovery and recovery rollouts as well as safely navigate an embodied on-ramp for super fun, health building intensity.

Props used in this class: Coregeous Ball, ALPHA Twinset, Therapy Ball PLUS Pair, YTU Therapy Balls, 2 Blocks

After doing the HIIT-ish: Conscious Conditioning class, we recommend you also do the following classes from the Replay Library:


The resiliency spectrum is built by empowering your highest highs and your lowest lows. Try this Nidra class twice during the week where you practice HIIT-ish 3 times. Interweave them and truly gain strength by diving into these two deep ends.  *Link to Huberman Lab Podcast: Build Strength & Stamina with Dr. Andy Galpin

LIVE Interactive Zoom Call for this Class (only with subscription):   
October 27th; 10am PT

In the next phase of MOVE, BREATHE, ROLL, Jill focuses on common myths and misperceptions of practice that still persist in yoga and movement classrooms today. Each class tackles a myth that unrolls like a sticky mat when you filter it through anatomy, kinesiology and physiology. Join Jill on this fun myth-busting journey that also translates into other popular movement forms including pilates, CrossFit and Instagram Inspo. Each class will attempt to unpack a myth from a historical/contextual lens and take you through Tune Up Fitness movement practices that help your body to be a lab of curiosity, discovery and mirth.