What is it?
Les Mills Bodybalance
What is Bodybalance? Ideal for anyone and everyone, BODYBALANCE™ is the yoga-based class that will improve your mind, your body and your life. During BODYBALANCE™ an inspired soundtrack plays as you bend and stretch through a series of simple yoga moves and embrace elements of Tai Chi and Pilates.
Breathing control is a part of all the exercises, and instructors will always provide options for those just getting started. You’ll strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and centred.
A motivating blend of yoga with tai chi and pilates
If you haven’t tried yoga before then BODYBALANCE is a great introduction. If you’re already doing some form of yoga you’ll love the variety you get with BodyBalance.
Improve your flexibility and increase core strength while reducing stress levels. You’ll focus your mind and create a lasting sense of wellbeing and calm.
Why it Works
Controlled breathing, concentration and a carefully structured series of stretches, moves and poses to music create a holistic workout that brings your body into a state of harmony and balance.
30 – 60 min
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Frequently Asked Questions
All you need to know about Les Mills BodyBalance
What do I need for a BODYBALANCE class?
All you need is comfortable workout clothes and something warm to wear during the final relaxation track. You don’t need any shoes. Yoga mats are optional.
I’ve never done yoga before. Does that matter?
Not at all. Simply follow your instructor as they will show you all of the appropriate options. It pays to commit to three or four classes from the start to feel comfortable with all the moves.
How often should I do a BODYBALANCE class?
While you’ll feel real benefits from coming to class just once a week, attending three classes a week will really help you improve.
I’m pregnant. Can I still do BODYBALANCE?
BODYBALANCE can help maintain core control and muscle balance for those who are pregnant. Safety is our number one priority, so we recommend talking with your doctor or midwife who will advise you appropriately as they have the best knowledge of your medical history. Also, chat to your class instructor beforehand to let them know you’re pregnant. They’ll suggest some modifications for you throughout the class.