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STRETCH & FLEXIBILITY CLASS

Bodyweight Studio in Nunawading
(Mitcham, Forrest Hill & Blackburn)

Developing your Flexibility

Transform the way you move with our Stretch and Flexibility Group Class.

This is a 60 minute instructor lead class for members of all levels. Suitable for beginners & advanced, progressions and regressions are provided.

In this class we stretch out your hamstrings, hips, shoulders, spine and more in a fun routine which also incorporates activation, core and some mobility work. This is an excellent class to balance out strength training, a great alternative to Yoga and a supplement to PureMotion and Calisthenics.

Stretch training improves / supplements

Calisthenics

Flexibility greatly improves Calisthenics. It provides the foundational mobility required particularly when "in-between" progressions. It makes calisthenics movements graceful and elegant.

Inversions (Handstands)

A flexible body with open hips, shoulders & spine are essential for hand balancing and unlocks advanced handstands.

Yoga

Yogis benefit from direct flexibility training to open up advanced yoga poses and movements and helps correct alignment during a flow.

About Our Studio

Our brand new studio is large, spacious and contemporary. It’s regularly cleaned with specialised mats to help develop inversion skills, confidence and to support those who require to lower impact on joints. With Victorian restrictions, we are able to keep a very high level of social distancing. We are also equipped with quality showers, bathrooms and changing rooms.

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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