An Om T.O. Fit for Fall Studio Sponsor
Om T.O. is proud to present Toronto’s first annual Fit For Fall, which will be taking place at the Distillery District on September 27th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event provides a continuous day of outdoor stretch, boot camp, movement, yoga and meditation classes led by the most dynamic and popular instructors from the top studios in Toronto.
“Participating in Fit For Fall gives Spynga an opportunity to connect with more students across the GTA and the Toronto fitness community as well as to boast about the amazing classes and teachers we house, which goes beyond our core programming of cycling and yoga,” said Sari NiskerFox.
Spynga® The Yoga and Cycling Studio is the first of its kind to spotlight two exercise modalities, cycling and yoga, and combine them into one hybrid workout for maximum benefits. Spynga's philosophy is about living authentically. They are a communityoriented bunch with a platform for all who are intrigued and interested to explore and remember the deeper aspects of the self through the thrilling art of indoor cycling (a.k.a. spinning) and the ancient practice of yoga and thus live a more balanced, healthy and enriched transparent existence.
Spynga is an eclectic family who all find their own happy place within the breadth of health and wellness that is Spynga.
Spynga is excited to feature one of their classes that is an essential supporter to all of their yoga and cycle classes. “We want to show that integrating a bootcamp style class, that focuses on strength, stability and agility into your weekly workouts and/or classes improves your performce and skills in other modalities of fitness.”
Fit For Fall participants should get revved for a sweaty, calburning, metabolism boosting HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) class with the talented personal trainer and group fitness instructor, Tanya Carinci, according to NiskerFox.
This 40 minute high intensity interval training workout requires no equipment. Combining short intervals of high intensity exercises using your own bodyweight with short intervals of active recovery.
“This is a full body strengthening workout!” said NiskerFox. “It will be fast, furious, flexible and no doubt, fun to ensure that all fitness levels will be accommodated.”