PureMotion™ by L9

Come try our innovative and unique motion fitness class.

Designed to develop a powerful core & burn calories in a complete full body workout.

What is PureMotion™

PureMotion is an innovative exercise system developed by L9. It is a 60 minute instructor lead class designed to build a strong core (abs), tone arms, legs & glutes as well as build flexibility and mobility. 

This program teaches the key body-weight forms and techniques. With varying level of difficulties, this class is suitable for beginners and advanced alike. (Levels 1-6). For those at Level 1-4 with interest of developing skills and strength for higher level Calisthenic skills, this is an excellent starting point.

PureMotion is a complete full-body low-impact exercise.

The best way to find out more about PureMotion is to… try it! Available only at Level 9.

PureMotion targets your abs, tone arms and legs and work your glutes for a fit all-rounded body. Suitable for everyone aiming for a toned and highly functional body.

PureMotion is low impact, however done correctly with form and focus, it burns calories. Try this innovative and fun class that’s beginner friendly too!

Improves mobility of the shoulders, legs and torso for more advanced calistenic skills such as handstands, LSits, Flags. Learn fundamental postural and movement skills. It all translates into more fluid and elegant movement.

Develop strength and mobility with a full body workout. With progressions for everyone, PureMotion delivers.

What you need to bring for class

Bring a drink bottle, you might need it!

Its probably best if you brought your own mat. It sure beats sharing!

Don’t forget your towel.

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2020 Promotional Pricing
$17.50 / week - Adults
$12.50 / Week - Students

Unlimited Classes
Go Week to Week, No Contract

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