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Class Descriptions

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THE MEMPHIS GYM

FOR WOMEN

BY WOMEN

Kinstretch ®

Kinstretch® is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility, and usable ranges of motion.

Kinstretch® was derived from Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), a system which is widely used by physical therapists, trainers, and professional sports teams to improve mobility, improve physical performance, injury management, and to address nagging points of pain.

Kinstretch® is a one hour class that is the most “all bodies” friendly group class you can find. This class utilizes mostly body-weight & isometrics in its work but may incorporate bands, light weights, or training tools to create resistance, add load, or prevent compensation.

Individual scaling is common in this class to meet individual needs. Be prepared to work barefoot and train at a slow focused pace. And be prepared for readily available change in the body.

Recovery Yoga

Ease into the weekend with a gentle, restorative morning class.

During this hour you’ll be guided through movements to increase blood flow to sore muscles, statically stretch the whole body to lengthen and restore elasticity, and practice deep belly breathing to calm the nervous system and promote cell renewal.

Self massage, guided meditation, and low intensity yoga flows will be incorporated each class to ensure that you finish out your physical work week with an hour of healing and recovery.

A true gift to your body and soul.

Somatic Strength

Build a deeper, judgement-free relationship with the body through this practice. In this one hour class, you will explore movement patterns with an invitation to move with creativity, sensuality, or somatic intent. This class also includes the study of approachable, beginner-friendly movement patterns that are performed with the internal experience vs the external appearance as the focus. In moving this way, we build a new sense of awareness, instill more confidence in ourselves and our bodies, build beautiful movement patterns, create space for our bodies to express something new, & build a softer, more feminine side in how we engage with the floor.  

Metcon (Metabolic Conditioning)

Metcon (metabolic conditioning) describes a type of workout that most commonly combines strength and cardio conditioning, as well as both anaerobic and aerobic exercises.

During a Metcon workout, plan to moderately to intensely exert yourself  in order to work cardio endurance & volume performance. Within the one hour class, you’ll be guided through a dynamic warm up, spend some time learning about and working on Olympic lifts/complexes, and end the training session with metabolic conditioning so we can devote training time towards building endurance.

Please come prepared with your own water bottle, dress ready to sweat, and be prepared to work with thin soled shoes or barefoot.

Kinstretch & Kettlebells (K²)

K² is a class where we combine 30 mins of Kinstretch® and 30 minutes of fundamental Kettlebell movements. This unique combination of training focus will create an incredible feeling in the body & PRs in any of your training movements may suddenly be available; to add, it can also be a great baseline to start a return to the body (or do maintenance work) with mobility training or vital human complex movements, like hinges, especially with weight such as a Kettlebell. The body needs these things to fundamentally move well & be strong.

All bodies are welcome. This is a full body workout with some aerobic activity. Please come prepared to work barefoot and please bring your own water.
Co-Ed

Please come prepared with your own water bottle, dress ready to sweat, and be prepared to work with thin soled shoes or barefoot.

Women's Jiu Jitsu (beginners/no-gi)

Entering into the world of Jiu-jitsu or any self defense practice can be intimidating for many women.

This is why our women’s beginner class aims to create a friendly & safe space for all women to discover and train “the gentle art”.
This beginners class places a focus on physical conditioning through Jiu-Jitsu based positions and movement drills.

In this class you will gain an understanding of concepts like leverage, pressure, and distance in order to control and submit an opponent.

To come prepared for class wear a fitted top (rash guards are sold at Panorama) and shorts/yoga pants (no zippers, buttons, jewelry etc to prevent scratches).

Jiu-Jitsu is also practiced barefoot and do bring a water bottle as you will sweat!

Barbell Fundamentals

The barbell is an incredibly empowering tool and very effective in training the lower chain. Our glutes quads and hamstrings are strong big muscles that respond best to load (they need it!) and often times our common pain points (aka low back pain, knee dysfunction or pain) need lower chain movements with load in order to live pain free or move better.

In this method of training, this class places control and quality movements as the focus. You will also learn about fundamental lower chain movements that are paired with the barbell, gain a deeper understanding of form, become incredibly strong and developed in the lower chain (hello glutes & legs!)

For those who want to learn to squat with control or want a high quality starting point with the barbell, try this 60 min class. It is lower chain focused. Some upper body pushing/pulling may enter programming but also with a time under tension method. Wear flat shoes and be prepared to work barefoot.

Kettlebells

The Kettlebell is an excellent training tool, often called “a gym in a handle” because of its versatility. This 60 minute class (led by Nikki Veit and Robin Morris of 901 Kettlebell Club) is a full body workout. Every class includes strength, conditioning and skill work, helping participants refine their Kettlebell technique and get stronger in all movements.

All experience levels are welcome (even if you’ve never used a Kettlebell before)—we promise you will learn and be challenged no matter your skill level. Dress comfortably but be ready to sweat! Thin-soled shoe or barefoot recommended!

Gymnastic Fundamentals

For those who have a curiosity about gymnastics skills as an adult but want to start learning with a slow controlled method, this class is for you!

In GF, we will discover the fundamental pushing and pulling movements + handstand progressions with control as the training intent. This is because gymnastics at its core is a practice of mastering movements by displaying levels of body control, no matter the skill level. This one hour class places this as an emphasis through the “time under tension” training method. This means you will not only become incredibly strong in the upper body and core (and hello fun new skills) but you will also be safely progressed from any starting point. Beginners welcome!

Wear comfortable clothing for inverting or moving into straddle positions. Bring a water bottle and be prepared to work barefoot.

THE MEMPHIS GYM

FOR WOMEN

BY WOMEN

Kinstretch ®

Kinstretch® is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility, and usable ranges of motion.

Kinstretch® was derived from Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), a system which is widely used by physical therapists, trainers, and professional sports teams to improve mobility, improve physical performance, injury management, and to address nagging points of pain.

Kinstretch® is a one hour class that is the most “all bodies” friendly group class you can find. This class utilizes mostly body-weight & isometrics in its work but may incorporate bands, light weights, or training tools to create resistance, add load, or prevent compensation.

Individual scaling is common in this class to meet individual needs. Be prepared to work barefoot and train at a slow focused pace. And be prepared for readily available change in the body.

Recovery Yoga

Ease into the weekend with a gentle, restorative morning class.

During this hour you’ll be guided through movements to increase blood flow to sore muscles, statically stretch the whole body to lengthen and restore elasticity, and practice deep belly breathing to calm the nervous system and promote cell renewal.

Self massage, guided meditation, and low intensity yoga flows will be incorporated each class to ensure that you finish out your physical work week with an hour of healing and recovery.

A true gift to your body and soul.

Kettlebells

The Kettlebell is an excellent training tool, often called “a gym in a handle” because of its versatility. This 60 minute class (led by Nikki Veit and Robin Morris of 901 Kettlebell Club) is a full body workout. Every class includes strength, conditioning and skill work, helping participants refine their Kettlebell technique and get stronger in all movements.

All experience levels are welcome (even if you’ve never used a Kettlebell before)—we promise you will learn and be challenged no matter your skill level. Dress comfortably but be ready to sweat! Thin-soled shoe or barefoot recommended!

Somatic Strength

Build a deeper, judgement-free relationship with the body through this practice. In this one hour class, you will explore movement patterns with an invitation to move with creativity, sensuality, or somatic intent. This class also includes the study of approachable, beginner-friendly movement patterns that are performed with the internal experience vs the external appearance as the focus. In moving this way, we build a new sense of awareness, instill more confidence in ourselves and our bodies, build beautiful movement patterns, create space for our bodies to express something new, & build a softer, more feminine side in how we engage with the floor.  

Kinstretch & Kettlebells (K²)

K² is a class where we combine 30 mins of Kinstretch® and 30 minutes of fundamental Kettlebell movements. This unique combination of training focus will create an incredible feeling in the body & PRs in any of your training movements may suddenly be available; to add, it can also be a great baseline to start a return to the body (or do maintenance work) with mobility training or vital human complex movements, like hinges, especially with weight such as a Kettlebell. The body needs these things to fundamentally move well & be strong.

All bodies are welcome. This is a full body workout with some aerobic activity. Please come prepared to work barefoot and please bring your own water.
Co-Ed

Please come prepared with your own water bottle, dress ready to sweat, and be prepared to work with thin soled shoes or barefoot.

Gymnastic Fundamentals

For those who have a curiosity about gymnastics skills as an adult but want to start learning with a slow controlled method, this class is for you!

In GF, we will discover the fundamental pushing and pulling movements + handstand progressions with control as the training intent. This is because gymnastics at its core is a practice of mastering movements by displaying levels of body control, no matter the skill level. This one hour class places this as an emphasis through the “time under tension” training method. This means you will not only become incredibly strong in the upper body and core (and hello fun new skills) but you will also be safely progressed from any starting point. Beginners welcome!

Wear comfortable clothing for inverting or moving into straddle positions. Bring a water bottle and be prepared to work barefoot.

Women's Jiu Jitsu (beginners/no-gi)

Entering into the world of Jiu-jitsu or any self defense practice can be intimidating for many women.

This is why our women’s beginner class aims to create a friendly & safe space for all women to discover and train “the gentle art”.
This beginners class places a focus on physical conditioning through Jiu-Jitsu based positions and movement drills.

In this class you will gain an understanding of concepts like leverage, pressure, and distance in order to control and submit an opponent.

To come prepared for class wear a fitted top (rash guards are sold at Panorama) and shorts/yoga pants (no zippers, buttons, jewelry etc to prevent scratches).

Jiu-Jitsu is also practiced barefoot and do bring a water bottle as you will sweat!

Metcon (Metabolic Conditioning)

Metcon (metabolic conditioning) describes a type of workout that most commonly combines strength and cardio conditioning, as well as both anaerobic and aerobic exercises.

During a Metcon workout, plan to moderately to intensely exert yourself  in order to work cardio endurance & volume performance. Within the one hour class, you’ll be guided through a dynamic warm up, spend some time learning about and working on Olympic lifts/complexes, and end the training session with metabolic conditioning so we can devote training time towards building endurance.

Please come prepared with your own water bottle, dress ready to sweat, and be prepared to work with thin soled shoes or barefoot.

Barbell Fundamentals

The barbell is an incredibly empowering tool and very effective in training the lower chain. Our glutes quads and hamstrings are strong big muscles that respond best to load (they need it!) and often times our common pain points (aka low back pain, knee dysfunction or pain) need lower chain movements with load in order to live pain free or move better.

In this method of training, this class places control and quality movements as the focus. You will also learn about fundamental lower chain movements that are paired with the barbell, gain a deeper understanding of form, become incredibly strong and developed in the lower chain (hello glutes & legs!)

For those who want to learn to squat with control or want a high quality starting point with the barbell, try this 60 min class. It is lower chain focused. Some upper body pushing/pulling may enter programming but also with a time under tension method. Wear flat shoes and be prepared to work barefoot.

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Britten Bailey: Founder

“Britten Bailey is a native Memphian and founder of Panorama Movement. She has spent the past six years providing mobility education and mobility-focused group fitness training to the Surrounding area.

She possesses the skillset of progressing complex body histories, individuals who experience pain or limitation in the body, & training those who experience lingering limitations from old injuries.

She also has a passion for creating safe spaces for women to explore strength training in ways that are more specific to the female body; in ways that empower and uplift all women.

Her educational background is in behavioral neuroscience, public health education, sexual health education, Pilates, yoga, FRS certified in: FRC, FRA, Kinstretch, & Strength. She is known as the Mobility expert of Memphis.