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About Pilates & Yoga

 

"Physical fitness is the first requisite to happiness. Physical fitness is the attainment and maintenance of a uniformly developed body with a sound mind fully capable of naturally, easily, and satisfactorily performing our many and varied daily tasks with spontaneous zest and pleasure."

- Return to Life Through Contrology. J. Pilates

 

Pilates

Pilates enhances physical fitness and all it’s attributes, including strength, speed, agility, flexibility, endurance and coordination.   

 

Pilates is beneficial to everyone, regardless of age and activity level.

 

Pilates at Subi Sports Massage & Physio is aimed at healthy, low-risk individuals who may be experienced or first timers!   

Some conditions or injuries may affect your current suitability for Pilates with us. Completing our online medical screening form no later than 48hrs before your anticipated class, ensures that the instructor can contact you regards any concerns they may have as a result of your medical history and the suitability, or adaptations  that may need to be considered. To complete your online health screening form please click here:

 

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is ideal for people wanting greater flexibility and mobility, or people carrying injuries. This practice targets deep connective tissue and is deeply relaxing both physically and mentally.
 
The class is slow paced and generally involves holding poses for three to five minutes. Postures are all supported using props or modifications in order to find each participant’s optimal position. There is a focus on breath work (Pranayama), meditation (Sarasana) and finding stillness in body and mind.
 
Typical class length is 75 minutes.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a movement focused style of yoga that moves from one pose (Asana) or posture to another with graceful flow.
 
The classes can be either faster or slower paces and the movements usually coincide with the breath. It incorporates stretching, and the class will include breath work (Pranayama), as well as a short meditation (Sarasana).

 

What to bring

A small towel

Bottle of water

Wear loose, comfortable clothes (sports shoes are not required)

 Arrive 5 minutes early ready to commence the class on time as we do not permit late comers. 

Notify your instructor should you experience any pain, discomfort or neural symptoms during class.    

Enjoy!

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