LOWER BODY

LOWER BODY

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LOWER BODY
  • LEGS, BUMS & TUMS

    A legs, bums & tums inspired Pilates workout.

  • LOWER BODY SLOW BURN

    This is a slow class to help you build endurance and train your lower body muscles. Expect lots of holds and get ready to feel the burn!

  • BOOTY WORKOUT WITH BAND

    As a lot of us sit on our bottoms most of the day, they tend to get lazy! This class is going to really fire them up; we’ll be activating your glutes and working them hard in order to build strength. If you don’t have a resistance band, don’t worry, all exercises can be done without one. The band...

  • PILATES WITH A CHAIR/BENCH

    A tough workout using a chair or a bench. We mainly focus on the lower body but there are also a few push ups and tricep dips to work those arms!

  • SQUATS & CORE

    A class dedicated to perfecting the ‘squat’ and different variations of the squat with a lot of attention to form and alignment. The class finishes with a serious core BURN!

  • LOWER BODY STRENGTH WITH WEIGHTS

    This workout focuses on strengthening the lower body with a punchy Tabata at the end to get your heart rate up! Bring dumbbells if you have them…and a chair!

  • LEGS

    This workout will strengthen every muscle in your legs and leave you feeling strong and toned!

  • GLUTE ACTIVATION

    We spend so much of our lives sitting down so it’s really important to focus on opening up our hips and get our glutes working properly. Glute activation is key to waking up those glutes and will help strengthen our glute med and max and also improve our hip stability.
    We will be focussing on th...

  • IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE

    With so many of us sitting at desks, we tend to become quite rounded in the upper back (kyphosis), tight in our hip flexors and to develop a deep arch in our lower back (lordosis) from lack of using core and glutes muscles. This workout is focussing on all of these problem areas helping you to im...

  • HIP MOBILITY & LOWER BODY BURN

    This class will help optimise your hip mobility & strength. Hip mobility is essential if you want the hip joint to function as it should. While the hip joint is meant to be more stable and less mobile than the shoulder joint, it can still be extremely limiting and even harmful if it lacks its fu...