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  • What do I need to wear to class?
    If possible the best thing to wear is sports wear that is comfortable for you to move in. Feel free to layer up in the winter, zips/clothes with hoods etc. are not advisable on the reformer. Socks are not a requirement if you are working on your own mat, however if using the studio's equipment please wear clean socks as well.
  • What do I need to bring to class?
    You are welcome to bring any equipment that you might have (mats, weights etc) and anything that makes you more comfortable (blocks/pillows etc.) however everything that you require will be provided. Please do remember water!
  • Do I need to have any prior experience?
    No prior experience is required for any class however it is a good idea to read the description and check it is what you are wanting. Options and levels are given at every stage and the ethos of the studio is 'you do you', so you are able to work at whatever level is most suitable for you on that day at that time.
  • How do I know what class would be the best fit for me?
    Everybody has a different 'thing' that motivates them and produces their flow state, the happy place where you are challenged but succeeding and it feels good! Some like more cardio based, others strength; some want to feel like they have pushed themselves to their limit and others just to the point of a warm glow. All of these are valid so have a read of the class descriptions and if still not sure book a single session and then we can have a chat after.
  • What should I do if I am returning to exercise after injury/illness or an extended absence from exercise for reasons such as operations/pregnancy etc.?
    Probably the best place to start is a conversation and a 1-2-1 session. This will allow us to get to know each other and assess where you are at and what might be the best for you to attend to meet your needs.
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