We meet Chris Feld, a personal trainer who believes there isn’t one diet and exercise method that fits all, and has put all her energy into individual functional training
Body Sculpt is a dynamic whole body muscle conditioning class using barbells, kettlebells and bodyweight training. Exercises combining the upper and lower body will strengthen, tone, shape and condition your abs, legs, arms and everything in between – Be prepared to work all your muscles! Exercises will be modified to accommodate all fitness levels.
This amazing leg, hips, stomach shaping and calorie burning class blends techniques from dance with safe, low-impact moves and is specifically designed for the non-dancer. It’s like vertical Pilates. It will train the abdominals to act as a “corset” to tighten and flatten your belly, while strengthening the core. But unlike Pilates, the class is on your feet and moving and feels like a fitness class. Be prepared for a lot of leg work and sweat! With easy-to-follow, dynamic moves, BalletSculpt leaves you feeling like”[more]”
Can’t decide whether to try Yoga or Pilates? Try “Yogalates” instead! While yoga and Pilates have some similarities, fundamentally, they are worlds apart. The key to determining which workout you want lies in understanding their core elements and differences. Although both practices are referred to body-mind practices, one is more so than the other. Yoga is a holistic practice with physical benefits. Pilates is a fitness practice with holistic benefits. As both a Yoga and Pilates teacher I get asked on”[more]”
I offer both group Pilates and 1-on-1 sessions and cater for which I cater for all levels. Blending the best of classical and contemporary Pilates, my classes will help you build a stronger core and bring into better alignment that will carry into all aspects of your life and improve your performance in other activities. My beginners classes are designed to give you the best possible foundation to get you started on your journey of becoming a stronger, more mobile”[more]”