designed to bring your [ness] to you wherever you are. the ness digital library is composed of over 200 videos, 10 different modalities and seasonal special programming. new content is dropped every monday morning and added on to the existing library. a variety of 10, 20, 30 and 45 minute sessions are currently available on demand.
no trampoline? no problem. we have a diverse library of sculpt classes that do not use the trampoline.
the following equipment is suggested for use, but all sculpt classes can be modified to utilize body weight.
- light weights 2 - 4lbs
- wrist weights 1 - 2lbs
- a small dish towel or gliders
- the ness trampoline for all bounce classes
new to the ness? every subscription includes a complimentary 20 minute online consultation. our team will set you up with proper bounce and sculpt form, answer any questions you might have about your goals and help you choose your first few videos to get started.
I'm wondering if there are any recommendations for mats? I have a cheap yoga mat I've been using but my running shoes seem to scrape it up and I also find it isn't very cushiony so if on my hands and knees, my wrists and knees get sore (even doubled up!) Any recommendations?
I feel you - sometimes the yoga mats don't offer much support. The ones we use at the ness are a brand called Airex which are nice and squishy, but definitely on the pricier side. There's another brand on amazon called AeroMat that feels very similar and comes in an extra long size so you have space to double up when you feel like you need more support for your wrists or knees.