Timetable & Class Styles
All of our classes include options & alternative movements so that all bodies are given the support they deserve.
This includes aids such as chairs, bands & hands-on guidance from one of our teachers.
HIIT + Cardio
Sweat mindfully with our girl gang. An all body workout with a focus on core, glute and posture strengthening exercises with a mix of agility, balance, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) circuits, obstacle courses and partner work thrown in - that will challenge you to stay in the moment & move!
*Please remember we can modify- high intensity doesn’t have to mean high impact!
This class is designed to make you feel like Wonder Woman- strong & you know it! This class focuses on helping you conquer movement patterns that we use (& need to use safely!) in everyday life- such as the squat, deadlift, horizontal & vertical push & pull. We use free weights to build strong muscles (you won't get bulky, promise!) as we guide you through with options for all bodies. We recommend coming to at least 2 classes a week if you are wanting to build strength.
Enjoy a journey inwards and come home to yourself through mindful breathing, a variety of postures to stretch & strengthen you to be fully present in your body, and move with intention & self compassion.
Prepare to bliss out! Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to five minutes to allow for a great stretch - mentally and physically. Wonderful for recovery and tuning inwards!
Bend & Stretch
Mobility & Myofascia release
Join us as we guide you through a sequence of dynamic (moving) and static (holding) stretches, mobility training & fascial release (think foam rollers, trigger point balls). Fill up your self care cup as you build flexibility, protect against injury and correct your posture. This class leaves you feeling relaxed, calm & blissed out! We recommend a minimum of one B&S class for all Girl Gang members to ensure you recover well. Guided meditation included in each class with a focus on self compassion, body awareness, holding space for self & self care.
Roll & Release
Mobility & Myofascia release
An express bend and stretch class with a focus on myofascia release. We’ll use tennis balls and foam rollers to release tight and sore areas of your body to support you in your movement. A great class if you’re feeling sore after strong or agile!
Pilates focuses on mind-body-muscle connection & helps you to move with intention and a careful breath. Have fun learning a system of exercises designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness. Wonderful for core & glute strengthening and alignment of spine/posture.
A fun, high intensity (but low impact) class featuring boxing with a partner and cardio endurance!
If you think meditation isn't for you read this:
There is no "ONE" way to meditation- like styles of music or your favourite shoes- you must find a way that fits you. Chloe uses both concentrative and mindfulness-based meditation to help you connect to your breath & your body.
Concentrative Meditation focuses your attention on your breathing whilst using an image, or a sound (often called a sound/work) to allow you to narrow your focus and be intently focused on one thing. For example, you can be led to focus through a forest, onto a tree and then onto one particular branch or leaf, allowing you to remove all other things until you are left with one focal point.
Mindfulness Meditation involves opening your awareness and allowing yourself to notice & observe feelings, thoughts, sounds, images, smells etc without delving deep into thought about them. Think of it as if you are an active observer, like watching people watching at the airport but not becoming an active character in your observation. This involves consciously practicing careful observation rather than reaction. Ultimately all meditation uses different techniques to build our focus and attention. Chloe's unique style is not spiritual and allows beginners to slowly deepen their practice to aid their mental health.