Pip Edwards champions new workout craze taking the celebrity world by storm – and even Mike Tyson is a fan
A new workout is taking the celebrity world by craze, with devotees including Pip Edwards and boxer Mike Tyson.
According to a report in The Daily Telegraph on Sunday, Australian and international celebrities have become fans of the KAAIAA workout.
The workout, created by former Bondi Pilates teacher Leah Simmons, aims to incorporate the four pillars of self.
Fit: Streetwear queen Pip Edwards has championed the new workout craze taking the celebrity world by storm called the KAAIAA workout, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph
Pip, who is regularly spotted at eastern suburbs Pilates studios, called the method a ‘game changer’ for her.
‘I’ve been doing the KAAIAA method from inception and am a massive fan and advocate for the transformation that is real and life changing,’ Pip said.
‘(It’s a) workout for the mind and heart … Working out the mind, body and soul all in one, is a game changer,’ she added.
The one-hour workout is described as a mix of ‘Pilates, body weight exercises and meditation’ and addresses the four pillars of health, which include mental, spiritual, physical and emotional wellbeing.
Love it! ‘I’ve been doing the KAAIAA method from inception and am a massive fan and advocate for the transformation that is real and life changing,’ Pip said
Creator: The one-hour workout is described as a mix of ‘Pilates, body weight exercises and meditation’ and was created by Leah Simmons [pictured]
The report says American boxer Mike Tyson is even a fan of the workout as well as Jessica Gomes, Montana Cox and filmmaker, Joel Edgerton.
Founder Leah is teaming-up with supermodel Elle Macpherson’s wellness brand, WelleCo, for the month of June.
The KAAIAA studio’s website says the workout will take students in an expansive journey into themselves to push beyond their limits.
Fan: According to the report, Even boxer Mike Tyson is a fan of the workout method
‘[Students will] move beyond mental obstacles, break down emotional barriers and push through physical limits to experience a release,’ the site states, in part.
‘Through music, movement, strength and stillness, KAAIAA encourages people to go beyond the intensity of the surface,’ it added.
‘Past the noise of the mind and find the transformational release within.’
Devotee: Models Jessica Gomes, Montana Cox (pictured) and filmmaker, Joel Edgerton, are all fans of the workout having visited the studio