Yogalates classes in Hammersmith & FulhaM
Make a great commitment to your fitness, health and overall wellbeing in 2019, with the award-winning Solomon Yogalates method.
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Blending the best of Hatha Yoga and mat-work Pilates, Solomon Yogalates enables students to improve their core-stability, posture, overall fitness and flexibility, whilst helping them develop effective tools for stress-relief & relaxation, that will impact life on and off the mat.
Yogalates classes are well-paced with an alignment focus so rest assured, you are in good hands. Classes are suitable for a variety of ages and abilities, and everyone is encouraged to progress at their own pace.
Beginners are very welcome (modifications and alternatives are offered where appropriate), and more challenging work is offered to those who'd like to advance their practice.
Breathing exercises are integral part of the method; calming the mind and soothing the nervous system, preparing the body for a restorative guided relaxation at the end of every class. Bliss!
Students will need to provide their own mat, however if you are new to Yogalates, a mat can be provided for your first class. All other Yogalates equipment is provided.
Class length: 1.5 hours
Maximum class capacity: 12-15
The current term has now started, but you can sign up to the second half of term (six weeks), starting Thursday 21st February.
OPTION 1: Half term (six weeks)
Dates: Thursday 21st February to Thursday 28th March
OPTION 2: Single class (pay as you go)
If you’d prefer to pay as you go, click here:
Thursday mornings (9.30-11am)
St Andrew’s Church
Fulham Fields, W14 9SA
Closest tube stations: Barons Court, West Brompton & West Kensington
Thursday evenings (7-8.30pm)
Matthews Community Hall
14 Margravine Road
Hammersmith, W6 8HJ
Closest tube station: Barons Court
Yogalates for back pain
As a therapeutics-based exercise system, Yogalates can be a great relief for post-natal mums and those suffering from back pain, due its focus on healthy diaphragmatic breathing, the 'neutral spine' concept and overall joint mobility, not to mention a Pilates emphasis on core stability.
All these factors combined can help improve posture, mobility and reduce back pain.
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