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The Body Tune-Up Program

The Body Tune-Up workout program is now available in Lauren's Playground. Wooohooo! These were personally requested by Playground students so I'm very excited to finally release it. 

The sessions in this program were created specifically designed around how we are all feeling with uncertainty and isolation. The longing for more serenity, flow, stretch, strength, and movement is bundled inside this little program. 

Yes we have a TON of programs to choose from in Lauren's Playground, but this one has a theme of now. The theme of needing workouts to help us, when being sheltered in place and maybe feeling higher stress and anxiety.

Excited to bring this one to you. Luckily this grassy part of the park wasn't closed so we were able to film half of the workouts at this beautiful open location by our house. 

Playground members you can access this workout right now here.

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