Tuesdays: 5.00 p.m. – 6.15 p.m.
The Remedial class is open to students of all ages and fitness levels.
The class is slow paced and as a result of using props, it successfully addresses problems such as back ache, tight shoulders and hips and sore knees.
Student issues will largely guide the content of the class.
In the Remedial class students initially rest in supported, passive poses to promote postural alignment. After muscles are relaxed, more active, but modified poses are performed.
Schedule for 2019
Core Program – Practice guide: # Casual attendence or use your class pass.
2nd, 9th & 16th April (booked out)
Students learn a sequence of basic poses to keep minimal amount of stretch in the major muscles and joints of the body.
Suitable for all levels and for those students who have attended the Back Care Basics block, it will take you to the next step.
The Shoulders and the Neck: # Limited to 10 students. COST: $70 for a 4 week block
i) 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th May (booked out)
ii) 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th June (booked out)
You may suffer an injury or just have limited mobility in the shoulders, unresponsive arms and a stiff neck.
The classes includes poses to help with injury and to give more mobility to the upper back, the shoulders, arms and neck.
# Bookings are required – 10 spaces only for both blocks
The Hips and Thighs: # Limited to 10 students. COST: $70 for a 4 week block.
i) 16th, 23rd, 30th July & 6th August (booked out)
ii) 27th August, 3rd, 10th & 17th September ( * taking bookings NOW)
The hip muscles connect to the front of the spine, the hip bones, the sitting bones, the lower back, the thigh bones and below the knees at the lower leg.
Students will learn poses for the front hip (groin area), for the adductors (muscles that draw the legs together), for the sides of the hips and to stretching the back of the legs.
# Bookings are required – limited to 10 students
The Knee Joint: # Limited to 10 students. COST: $70 for the 4 week block
i) 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th October ( * taking bookings NOW)
The knee has three distinct movements, hinge, glide and rotation and it is rare that we use the knee without the hip and ankle.
We look to aligning the hip, knee and ankle in poses, creating space behind the joint and to strengthening the muscles around the knee.
# Bookings are required – 10 spaces only
ii) Yoga Explained: # Casual attendence; use you class pass
i) 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th November
Alignment, creating stability through anchoring, refresh and relax your mind, stretch your legs.