Reformer Pilates – springs and pulleys on the reformer will tone and strengthen unlike any matwork class. An all over workout with resistance that will both challenge and assist.
L1 Pilates – this Beginner class will reiterate all the information learned on the PIP workshop. Very low level, focussing on basic technique and building a safe repertoire.
L2 Pilates – For beginners, rehabilitation & pregnancy, this class will teach simple, precise movements, allowing you to build greater understanding of the principles.
L3 Pilates – this is a stronger class that will build on what was learned in L2 and develop further strength, stability and heighten the mind-body awareness. Suitable for those with a good understanding and background in the technique who want to be pushed and progressed.
Pilates Relax – a lovely class to end the week on. open out with simple Pilates and stretches and ending with a guided relaxation.
Gentle Pilates – a very gentle approach for those with limited mobility or limiting conditions, or those in need of a more rehab based class. Chair options can be given for those that need greater support and stability.
Pilates Equipment – this class will utilise the full variety of studio equipment we have, adding challenge and interest to your matwork class.
Yin Yang Yoga – starting with deeply relaxing, releasing yin postures, followed by more active, flowing yang practice, pranayama (breathing practices), meditation & relaxation.
Restorative Yoga & Meditation – the use of props and long holds, restorative yoga allows the muscles and connective tissue to rest and can be used to treat stress, illness and injury. Meditation practice, simple breathing practices and a deeply restful & nourishing relaxation.
Hatha Yoga – this is a strong practice. Slowing down your physical practice is no easy option, but this class will also include some fiery flows. Take time in posture to really feel your practice, progressions and purpose. Pranayama and meditative relaxation to finish.
Astanga Inspired Yoga – a fluid class, linking breath and posture and ending with a well deserved relaxation.