Join our free virtual Pilates session
Unlike some forms of exercise, Pilates does not over-develop certain parts of the body and neglect others. While Pilates training focuses on core strength, it trains the body as an integrated whole.
Pilates workouts promote strength and balanced muscle development, as well as flexibility and an increased range of motion for the joints.
Join Audrey for a weekly online zoom Pilates class on Monday evenings at 7.00pm
Meeting ID: 979 141 8121
When correct training volume, intensity and technique are applied the benefits of Pilates are plentiful, including:
Remember for all online Zoom sessions make sure the follow are done:
1. Have sufficient internet access.
2. Find an area where you can move freely.
4. Wear comfortable clothing.
3. For Pilates classes specifically you will need a mat, towel or rug. If you have Pilates equipment keep them near by. If you don't have a block and normally use one in class try a pillow instead. No shoes.
4. For a HIIT Fitness session a yoga mat is recommended to use. Have a water bottle and hand towel ready near by in case you need it. Shoes are recommended to wear though can be optional.
5. From an instructors' perspective we love seeing all of the participants in class. This helps us read your energy, understand what exercises to choose. Very importantly, we can also make corrections to prevent injuries. This is why we ask participants to leave their camera's ON during the Zoom sessions.
6. Make sure your camera is situated so the instructor can see you fully.
7. We understand not everyone prefers to have their camera on so this will always remain optional.
8. If you need to ask a question during the class, turn your mic on or type the question in the chat box at the bottom of the screen.
9. For Zoom technical support go to https://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1
10. Please log in ON TIME, if you are late you may have to wait to be checked into the meeting, when checked in please turn your mic off so you do not disturb the class upon arrival.