First Time?

If you’re joining us for the first time, hello! We can’t wait to welcome you to the studio. No matter which of our classes you’re starting with, we promise to take very good care of you.

Take a look at our class styles for more information about what to expect from your workout. Make sure you book as places are limited.

Absolute beginner? Wonderful! Our expert teachers are the best of the best. They’re trained to offer modifications for all levels, so you’re guaranteed to have a version of every exercise that works for you. If it’s your first barre class, you’ll probably find your thighs shaking pretty quickly. This is normal! Feel free to take as many rest breaks as you like, and know that you’ll likely be a little sore tomorrow. That’s the point, right?

We’re all about good form to keep you safe from injury and to help you get the most out of every class. If you have any pre-existing conditions, are pregnant or new to exercise, let your teacher know prior to class so we can keep an eye on you. We make it our mission to cater to everyone.

Not Your First Rodeo?

If you’re an advanced practitioner, we’ll make sure we layer in plenty of challenges to keep you progressing and seeing results. Our suite of class styles are designed to make sure you won’t plateau.

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Arriving at the studio

Aim to arrive 5 – 10 minutes before class so you can settle in. We’ll show you to the change rooms, help you get your equipment set up and give you a run down of how everything works. This is the time to chat to your instructor if you have any questions or injuries.

What to bring?

Not a thing! We provide all mats and equipment. You might like to bring a water bottle and a small towel, as you’ll be working up a sweat. For yin classes, you may like a light cover up to keep you warm during meditation.

What to wear?

We recommend comfortable yoga or gym clothing that you can move freely in. You don’t need shoes or grip socks as you’ll be practicing on a mat.

Questions?

Check out our FAQ for more common questions and answers.

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