Run Flow Let go

During 2021, you can try out Neo Moreton's concept Run, Flow, Let Go at Yogobe. Short, intense classes where heart rate-boosting exercises are mixed with yoga flows and techniques to let go of pent up energy.


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What is Run, Flow, Let Go?

Run, Flow, Let Go is a concept that weaves together uplifting, challenging and energizing movements designed to strengthen your body and improve your cardio health along with techniques to release emotional tension. Neo Moreton has created the concept with inspiration from tabata and the tri-activity fitness format. Original and fun – Run, Flow, Let Go will for sure raise your heart rate and lift your spirits!

How does it work?

Each session has three rounds and each round has three steps:

  • RUN: Cardio-strengthening exercises based on running and interval techniques.
  • FLOW: Yoga-inspired movement linked to breathing.
  • LET GO: Techniques for expressing and letting go of stagnant energy.

The LET GO sessions have different focus on accessing and letting go of any of the primary emotions - MAD, SAD, BAD or GLAD. The session always ends with moving into the emotion of GLAD by celebrating with wild free dance!

In each step there are ON & OFF times. When you are ON, give everything in high-intensity intervals. After each interval comes an OFF period with much-needed rest! The ratio between ON / OFF is 2: 1 where the ON time is always twice as long as the OFF time.

Each class is around five minutes long. If you want a longer practice, you can combine different classes or repeat a class a few times.

Who can practice Run, Flow, Let Go?

Run, Flow, Let Go is for you who want to get your heart pumping and at the same time lift your spirits. The classes offer a fast, fun and effective way to move the whole body, raise the heart rate and ease emotional pressure.

Benefits of this workout

  • Improves your cardio health.
  • Exercises that can increase both your strength and mobility.
  • Can help you let go of emotional tensions.
  • Short workouts so that you can feel the joy of movement even when you have limited time.
  • A different and fun way to work out.

Practice Run, Flow, Let Go online - try out our videos

If you want to try Run, Flow, Let Go right now, you will find links to recommended videos further down this page. This playlist contains all the Run, Flow, Let Go classes and you can also find them in the video library. If you are not yet a member, you can try Yogobe for 14 days for free - get started now!

Run, Flow, Let Go is available on Yogobe during 2021, so take the opportunity to do these amazing classes already today. If you want to share your experiences of the classes, please email us at [email protected]

Run, Flow, Let Go is a concept that is created by Neo Moreton, produced by Urban OM and distributed by Yogobe.

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