Join us for classes on Yarm High Street with highly qualified and dedicated teachers. We have a whole range of classes suitable for all ages and abilities….
Pilates, Yoga – Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga and men’s Yoga. Tai Chi, Meditation and Mindfulness, Chair Pilates, Pilates Equipment classes using Reformer machine, Pilates Chair, Ladder Barrel, Pilates Arc, Pilatessticks, Weights, Balls, Bands and more! Antenatal and Postnatal Pilates, Barre & Stretch Pilates. All levels of Pilates and Yoga classes! Children’s Pilates classes for 9-11 years and Pilateen’s classes for 12-16 years. If there’s anything we don’t do that you would like us to offer, please tell us and if there’s interest, we’ll offer it!
Bookings now available for September 2016, call reception on 01642 788755 to book today!
2 Studio’s on Yarm High Street.
Studio 21 yarm, 21 High Street, Yarm, TS15 9BW
Health Hub Clinic, 16 High Street, Yarm, TS15 9AE
Yoga Classes Guide
A challenging yoga class but still accessible to most people, a reasonable level of general fitness is required, not suitable for anyone with injuries or back/joint issues. Class focuses around building strength in a balanced way, incorporating the full body.
Yoga for Relaxation
A gentle class, integrating mind body and spirit. Longer relaxation practices use movement as meditation and integrating breath with posture. Suitable for all ages and abilities.
A Yoga class suitable for everyone, modifications are always offered where needed. Covers a full range of asanas and introduces the concept of Yoga.
A fast, flowing athletic styled class, suitable for those who want a more demanding and physical practice that will challenge and increase strength, stamina and flexibility.
An introduction to the faster athletic style of vinyasa (see above for description) with more breaks and demonstrations.
Gentle Yoga class, no previous experience or fitness required but you need to be able to get onto your knees, stomach and back up again.
Like beginners but starting to add greater flow and movement with a little more physical effort required. Some knowledge of the Yoga basics is desirable, suitable for all ages looking to stretch, relax and gain more movement and strength.
You don’t need to have any previous experience of Ashtanga but will need to be physically able and have an open mind. Ashtanga is often described as the most athletic and physically demanding form of Yoga. This practice can produce quite a sweat and you may want to invest in your own mat, or bring along a large towel.
Check the latest timetable for class days and times