New to the studio?
A big warm welcome to you! You are about to open up a doorway to a healthier and happier you.
You can sign up for your first class online, or through our smart phone App, classes require bookings. It is not necessary for your first class to be a gentle class. Many people who are beginners and generally fit without injuries benefit greatly from our other classes. If you have practiced Yoga and Pilates before feel free to book into our Vinyasa or General level classes.
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Some important tips that we offer you to make a smooth transition into your Yoga and/or Pilates practice:
** Prior to booking, please visit the Post Covid-19 info page to read about important changes to the studio.
Arrive 10-15mins early to your first class
Let the teacher know you’re new, if you have any injuries or questions
Wear light weight comfortable clothing
Try not to have a big meal 2 hours before class
Stay to the end of your class, relaxation and stretch is an integral part to every class
Listen carefully to your instructor’s instructions, and work to your own limits
Read our FAQs so you know what to expect
Breathe, you’ve got this!
After Your First Class...
A little muscle soreness is normal, as you have woken up muscles that may have not been used in a while. Stay hydrated and eat a balanced diet. A warm epsom salt bath can also aid with softening any soreness.
Don’t place huge expectations on your progress, steady and consistent practice is where the benefits are gained. You will be amazed and just how well your body will adapt to practice with commitment and patience.
To continue your journey into Yoga and/or Pilates, you can speak to us in the studio, contact us at email@example.com or on 0404 075 700
Continuing Your Commitment to You
“Do your practice and all is coming.” Sri K Pattabhi Jois
Like most things in life that we want to gain from, Yoga and/or Pilates takes commitment and patience. A regular Yoga and/or Pilates practice becomes so much more than a series of movements or exercise over time. These mind-body interventions become a baseline and constant grounding tool during the challenges and whirlwind of modern day life. Yoga is a system and science of health that has been used, since ancient times, to give considerable relief to physical ailments, unbalanced bodily systems and mental tension. The mindfulness tools that are brought to us through these practices help us to manage stress, anxiety and fear, while helping us to stay mobile, fitter, stronger and limber.
If you are already an active person participating in any other form of physical activity, Yoga and/or Pilates will be a fantastic compliment to what you already do and will help you enjoy these activities for longer.
Science is finally starting to catch on to how these mind body interventions are changing people’s lives – for the better! The aim of Yoga is to create an absolute balance of the interrelated activities of the body, mind and energy. Bringing alignment to the body physically and mentally.
Regulating healthy blood pressure, preventing osteoporosis, bone and cartilage breakdown, preventing injuries, increasing range of movement, delaying or eradicating other age-onset illnesses, managing or eradicating back pain, not being dependant on anxiety/depression or pain medications, gaining more mental clarity and focus, balancing the metabolism, improving respiration, increasing energy levels and increasing vitality – these are just some of the benefits that are gained from a regular practice. The first few steps are often the hardest ones to make. By bringing Yoga and/or Pilates into your life and instilling patience and commitment to your health and wellbeing, you will discover the benefits in both body and mind.
We can’t wait to support you!