So, what happens in a Pilates/exercise session?
You're greeted by Miriam who'll check in with you, see where you're up to and how things have been since the last session or give you an orientation of the studio if it's your first time.
Each session lasts 55 minutes and during that time you'll be moved through a range of exercises to support you to feel aligned and vital. All the exercises are performed using specialised studio equipment that Miriam sets up for you. She guides you through the exercise, makes sure you're enjoying it and provides extra tidbits to bring the exercise a new angle and personalise it for your body. Niceties: You're provided your own freshly laundered workout towel, fresh water, should you need it and a comfy seat to sit on whilst popping on your shoes.
We keep the sessions to 55 minutes so that there's ample time for swap overs between sessions and a pleasant walk down the drive as you leave.
The good news!
Exercise sessions at Motion and Repose don't require you to wear any fancy foot wear or gym clothes, simply come in something you feel you can move easily in. Sessions are done bare foot or in socks, it really is your choice. All our equipment is cleaned as per supplier requirements and with essential oils to keep it smelling delicious and germ free.
Bookings are made online, simply by clicking the link. After booking you'll receive a friendly email from Calendly to confirm your session time. Please add this to your calendar as it has the cancellation link should you need it. If it's your first time, you'll receive an email from Motion and Repose welcoming you and asking you to fill in a client form. Please check your junk mail if you don't receive any of these emails. Finally, a text reminder will arrive on your phone prior to sessions, as a friendly reminder. All cancellations occur as per our policy: 24 hours notice for all cancellations for all session types and meetings, in the event that this window is missed, full fees will be charged. All sessions are paid in advance and billing occurs electronically, for ease and simplicity.