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KoDo

The new Mind-Body Workout

What is KoDo

The name KoDo is taken from two Japanese words. Kokoro meaning whole person, mindy and body. And Doteki meaning dynamic movement.

The practice, developed by Paul Shanahan incorporates a range of exercise movements, breathwork and meditations that he has learned over the course of 10 years and developed into an interval training system which helps you progressively improve your health, fitness and wellbeing. 

KoDo Yin

The name KoDo is taken from two Japanese words. Kokoro meaning whole person, mindy and body. And Doteki meaning dynamic movement.

The practice, developed by Paul Shanahan incorporates a range of exercise movements, breathwork and meditations that he has learned over the course of 10 years and developed into an interval training system which helps you progressively improve your health, fitness and wellbeing. 

KoDo Yang

The name KoDo is taken from two Japanese words. Kokoro meaning whole person, mindy and body. And Doteki meaning dynamic movement.

The practice, developed by Paul Shanahan incorporates a range of exercise movements, breathwork and meditations that he has learned over the course of 10 years and developed into an interval training system which helps you progressively improve your health, fitness and wellbeing. 

BroDo

The name KoDo is taken from two Japanese words. Kokoro meaning whole person, mindy and body. And Doteki meaning dynamic movement.

The practice, developed by Paul Shanahan incorporates a range of exercise movements, breathwork and meditations that he has learned over the course of 10 years and developed into an interval training system which helps you progressively improve your health, fitness and wellbeing. 

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