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It's time to make your California dreams a reality. Join the Agatsu team in an unforgettable fitness retreat in sunny Los Angeles. This event will revolve around the concept of flow. Participants will be exposed to various movement disciplines that will explore flow and its place in sports performance and physical training. This workshop is open to everyone regardless of age or experience. Take this chance to be the best that you can be and discover your true personal potential.
You will be accommodated in the Venice Beach Hostel in single or double rooms. All rooms are completely furnished apartments. They include a lounge area, internet computer, telephone, private bathroom, and shower. The accommodation also includes laundry facility, pool table, full common kitchen, free coffee and tea, television room, outside patio, skateboard lockers, and a big common room.
This fitness seminar is spread out over five jam-packed days. Training sessions start at 8:00 a.m. and run until approximately 5:00 p.m. each day. Each workshop duration is one and a half hours, with breaks for lunch and snacks in between. Everyday, there will be a total of three workshops held in the karate center, and a surf lesson at the Santa Monica Beach in the late afternoon to conclude the day's activities.
You will experience training lessons in capoeira, no-gi Brazilian jiu-jitsu, surfing, rope program, and the Agatsu Indian club and mace "Revolve to Evolve" program from world class-coaches. What's more is that you will be level one-certified from Agatsu after this retreat. More than just an Indian club seminar, the Agatsu program will introduce you to some of the most powerful training and teaching concepts guaranteed to change how you look at fitness.
Indian clubs are time-tested training tools that are ideal for mobility and active recovery, as well as developing strength and stability. Unlike many conventional weight training tools, Indian clubs are unique in their ability to develop movement capacity in all three planes of motion. Linear strength is great, but it is also just one piece of the puzzle. If you are ready to evolve your training, it's time to start moving with clubs.
Daily surfing trips to the Santa Monica beach are included in the price of this retreat.
Amir is a celebrity fitness trainer and nutrition expert and has devoted numerous years to the study of body movement ranging from martial arts to aerial arts. He is a Capoeira Contra Mestre and is the founder of Fundamentals of Movement and Capoeira Los Angeles. He performs regularly doing various circus arts such as aerial and hand to hand balancing, equilibre, contortion, and dance. Amir has been featured on National Geographic’s “Fight Science” and has appeared in various music videos such as Fall Out Boys and Natasha Bedingfield, and commercials such as Journeys.
Heather’s experience in the ocean started at a very early age. The rugged, south side of the island Heather grew up surfing on has conditioned her and allowed her to travel and surf anywhere her adventurous spirit led her. As a result, Heather has become an international surfer, traveling to locations in Australia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Italy, England, and beyond. Heather has taught others the joy of soul surfing for over 18 years at surf camps and surfing schools on both coasts and in other countries. Her client list has grown to put her highly in demand and become one of the best in the field.
Henry Akins began training in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu in 1995 at the Rickson Gracie Academy on Pico blvd in West LA. In Feb of 2004, because of his persistence and dedication to Jiu-Jitsu, Rickson Gracie presented Henry with a black belt, being only the third American at the time to receive that honor. Now, Henry is the head Jiu-Jitsu instructor at Dynamix Martial Arts and although Henry is no longer affiliated with Rickson Gracie or his association, he feels blessed to be able to share this art with others and to pass on the knowledge that was taught to him by the greatest Jiu-Jitsu practitioner.
Michael Latch was the owner of one of the most successful CrossFit gyms in the world, Valley Crossfit. A well-rounded athlete and coach, Michael is one of the best examples of a generalist you will ever find. A senior Agatsu instructor and martial artist, he is dedicated to sharing his experience in kettlebells, Indian clubs, yoga, parkour, and other movement disciplines with people of all levels. Michael’s rope program will expose you to the building blocks of a dynamic rope practice that will challenge you to acquire and develop new movement patterns and flow.
This fitness retreat will take place mainly in Team Karate Centers in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. The three daily workshops will be held here, and the daily surfing lessons will be taught at the Santa Monica State Beach.
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All daily breakfasts are included in the price of this retreat.