While most of the world population is spending their time at home these days, it has never been more important to keep moving – especially while being at home. To move our bodies means to be alive, to have (and create) energy, to be flexible and to stay healthy. Our immune system is the most important good we have. When that is “in flow” – then life is “in flow” too. The “Flow state of mind” is, when everything in life just works out effortlessly. Our thoughts, our work, our relationships, the energies… It’s all connected. But that we all know, right?!
So how do I get there? This state of mind (and body), I usually reach through my daily morning runs, full body workouts and yoga class. But social distancing became the “new normal” these days. Which means no gym, no classes, no personal training. I’ve found the perfect and luxurious solution to keep moving and staying in flow – at home. VAHA: A digital personal trainer incorporated in an interactive mirror – with hundreds of different training sessions and real life consultations. That’s probably one of the coolest innovations I could imagine to have at home these days.
With the help of innovative technology, this contemporary designed mirror contains real personal trainers who accompany you virtually on a journey and help you to best utilize your skills and potential. From cardio to strength training and stretching to flow programs, you can chose, depending on your needs, goals and mood.
You train at home, relaxed, and while listening to your favorite Spotify playlist, all integrated in your mirror and controllable via the VAHA app on your smartphone.
What I like most about the “VAHA Flow” concept, is that it’s multifunctional: on one hand it’s an effortlessly chic design piece, that fits into every room and every corner of your home and makes it look stylish. On the other hand it’s the best personal trainer you can get, so it’s most practical. On top of that it also lets you reflect on yourself and on life while seeing yourself in the mirror, whether you train or just chill. VAHA makes you feel better on all levels while keeping you healthy, fit and “in flow” with its various programs, trainers and tools. I’m a huge fan!
The renowned Professor Csikszentmihalyi discovered that “we experience real happiness in a state of consciousness called flow. While in the flow, we become completely immersed in an activity that is neither too demanding nor too easy relative to our own abilities. Happiness doesn’t just happen, rather, it can be learned by everyone.”
Discover VAHA here and learn how to get into your personal “flow”: www.vaha.com.
** You can currently order it from Germany, Switzerland and Austria – and from March 2021 also in the UK!
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