Improve balance, strength, and focus! Hagah, meaning “to ponder,” aims to empower students to consider their own strength and ability to rise to a challenge through physical conditioning. Hagah works the body as a whole, utilizing a variety of controlled movements and exercises by combining those found in calisthenics, physical training, mat work, coordination building, flexibility training and Pilates. Exercises are introduced to strengthen coordination between both hemispheres of the brain, and students are provided with multiple levels of difficulty to choose from during all mat exercises, allowing each one to focus on personal growth in a fun and challenging class.
All mats and exercise materials are provided.
Please alert the instructor prior to class regarding any physical limitations or joint issues.
Frequency: Once per Week
Class Duration: Semester
All mats, bands, and light weights provided! Please arrive to class in flexible workout clothing conducive to varying movements. No jeans or leggings please. Students must have a water bottle.
Private Funds Accepted? Yes
Charter Funds Accepted? Yes
Inspire Charter School: Yes
South Sutter: Yes
Over the past ten years, I have had the privilege of working with youth of all ages both locally and internationally, and have taught in a variety of alternative settings. With a background in teaching health and wellness, faith studies, and personal development, I joined Inspire in 2015 to further bring creative and innovative learning opportunities. Previously I developed curriculum while teaching with local nonprofits and ministries, and worked with cross-cultural programs in Asia and homeschool educators Hands In Motion. I now utilize my passions as the owner of World Changers Education Services, while working for humanitarian efforts as the co-founder and international representative for Four Corners Charity.
My approach in teaching is hands-on, and I believe it is of the utmost importance that each student is strengthened and empowered through their education. In my classrooms you'll find discussion, mixed media, and creative projects for students to engage with the subject.