Pilates , Yoga, Walking, Mind & Body
We hold a classes with 8 clients per class to ensure personal attention, a safe exercise environment and
an assurance that you are practicing all exercises in a way that challenge you as an individual.
We are as close to 1-2-1 as you can get!
Mat based exercises to improve core strength and stamina.
Pilates is a series of mat based exercises designed by Joseph Pilates in the late 1920s.The exercises strengthen the body by emphasizing balance, alignment, proper breathing and core stability.
Osteopaths, physiotherapists and GPs recommend Pilates as one of the safest forms of exercise. Pilates is ideal for injury prevention, rehabiliation and overall physical health.Anyone can practice Pilates regardless of age or fitness level.
All Pilates classes at Studio 24 are delivered by Jen Hansford. Jen has been working in the local community for 10 years and prides herself on personal attention and ensuring each participant challenges their body.
We have worked with specialised populations such as those with MS, Fybromyalgia, Down Syndrome & injuries that have life changing consequences to strengthen the body to improve quality of life. Our youngest client is 8 and the eldest is 82!
Through the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), you will stretch, align and calm your body.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.
Many people think they need to be flexible to practice yoga, but that's a bit like thinking you need to be able to ride a horse before taking riding lessons! Instead, yoga helps you lead a more flexible life.
Yoga provides you with an opportunity to switch off from the stresses of daily life as well as improve your physical strength, co-ordination, balance and cardiovascular health. Classes also encourage relaxation, enhance feelings of wellbeing, and help you to feel more emotionally and spiritually connected.
Classes flow steadily with a focus on synchronising movement with the breath. They help you to develop your awareness so you have time to slow down, tune inward and focus on maintaining proper alignment.
As you develop your practice, you will have the opportunity to explore the far-reaching benefits that simply bending, breathing and being can bring you.