Shea Vaughn joins us LIVE for a special one hour interview on Monday, February 22 at 1 p.m. eastern. You can call in to listen at 714-868-0220.
SheaNetics® is a revolutionary new East meets West lifestyle and exercise practice blending values and movements that charge the mind and body to unite as one. You get in shape, feel great about yourself and naturally come to embrace ongoing, life-healthy choices.
SheaNetics® is a self-styled mix of Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi, Martial Arts, GYROKENESIS®, Dance and much more. It also introduces you to the body enhancing benefits of "Tri-Core Power Training" - a highly effective technique for developing all three regions of the core to improve balance and boost physical performance. As part of the practice, the "Five Living Principles of Well-Being” are a thoughtful and life-enhancing guide for all you do – Commitment, Perseverance, Integrity, Self-Control and Love. These Principles are the inspirational keys to finding fulfillment, self-confidence and a personal state of well-being.
History of SheaNetics:
Shea is the founder and CEO of SheaNetics®. She has a lifetime of mind/body experience and speaks at company and conference events. She also train athletes and celebrities helping them to build strength and flexibility, prevent injuries and "stay in the game." Her certifications include Yoga, Pilates, Gyrokinesis®, Bosu®, Zumba®, BodypumpTM, Spinning®, AFFA Group, PTA Global and AEA Aquatic Exercise instruction which are further enhanced by degrees as a CES (Corrective Exercise Specialist) and Associate of Applied Science. Shea's development of SheaNetics® gives a respectful nod to the gifted Bruce Lee who earlier combined the different fighting styles and philosophies he had studied into a way of life he named Jeet Kune Do. SheaNetics® reaches out to a wider audience and moves way past giving you just the short term physical improvements you experience with other workouts.
While many of us seek the health and balance that comes through creating harmony within our mind, body and heart, finding well-being can seem as challenging as climbing Mt. Everest. Really, it's more like Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz who clicked her heels and realized the answers she had been searching for were there all along - just as SheaNetics® is there for you. Your body and mind are meant to move and to connect with others. Connect with Shea through SheaNetics®. Join her at least twice a week to perform the sequences in the videos and live the Principles everyday. It's a great way for you to start on Your Pathway to Well-Being.
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