Whether you’re looking to rehabilitate an injury, develop explosive strength and power or simply feel strong and grounded, then our group coaching is for you! We use kettlebells, TRX, bodyweight and neurological "hacks" to give you access to your true strength.
Our classes are small, allowing you personalized access to some of the most highly trained instructors in the Madison area at a fraction of the cost!
10 Class Pass (60 Day Expiration)
5 Class Pass (90 Day Expiration)
We host a select group of Madison teachers and care providers who work directly with students, clients and kids in our beautiful studio!
Please note: We host these classes and sessions, but do not administrate them... best info will be from your teacher or provider
Katy O'Leary - Integrating Yoga
Karen Parker - Flow Yoga
Shane Kayser, SFG, FMS, EXOS
Lisa Konoplisky, SFG II / Z Health / OS
A blast of functional conditioning for athletes of all levels -- both in and out of season. Move your body in all directions and use unconventional training methods to cross train, strengthen and maximize your athletic potential!
Instructor: Shane Kayser
All levels welcome! Learn strength skills and technique while developing strength and cardiovascular endurance through a range of hardstyle kettlebell lifts, TRX movements, bodyweight drills and more!
Instructor: Anne Jelinek & Shane Kayser
Studio space and our beautiful outdoors available for independent kettlebell, barbell, gymnastic ring and bodyweight training! We'll leave a workout on the whiteboard...take it or leave it ;)
Instructor: Kristin Schmidt
“The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently.”
- Pema Chodron
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About Annie Forest
Anne Forest is an SFG II Kettlebell Instructor, 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Certified Personal Trainer, and Certified Z Health Practitioner specializing in the neurology of pain and performance and the intersection of corrective exercise and neurological change. She works with people in pain, helps athletes with goals of all shapes and sizes, and trains Strong First candidates on their path to certification.