Online Equilibrium Personal Training – 1h Trial Class


Join Equilibrium and connect with your body. Feel empowered, relaxed, and energised.

This is a single trial class – only one booking per person allowed. To take place online using Zoom video conferencing service, you will recieve the login details and password when you book.



ReShape Fitness

Equilibrium classes from ReShape combine elements of vinyasa yoga, Pilates, and body-weight movements to give you balanced, functional, and sustainable fitness. The intention of each class is to support your feeling empowered, confident, and capable in your body. It’s safe, gentle, yet highly effective in developing strength, tone, mobility, flexibility, balance, coordination, stamina; and perhaps most important of all, connection with your body.

With special attention to the core, and mobility and strengthening in the hips, back, and shoulders, Equilibrium classes are also highly effective for injury rehabilitation or prevention.

The number of participants in each class are limited in order to ensure a more personal and tailored experience. These classes are suitable and beneficial for any age or gender and they require no previous experience with yoga. All abilities are warmly welcomed and accommodated in adaptable, customised routines.

  • Is it possible to have a private class?

    Of course – if you and some friends or family members would like to schedule a private class just get in touch. It can be such a wonderful connecting, health-giving ritual.

  • Can I schedule a one-on-one session before attending the classes?

    That’s a fantastic idea, and one I definitely would encourage. However, it is not essential. The fewer obstacles to your commencing with classes the better 🙂

  • What happens if I cannot attend a class?

    That’s no problem – you will be at liberty to attend a different class within the same term.

  • How often should I attend?

    You will feel the benefits of the work that I do with you in classes on as little as one class per week. However, if you are really committed to building your fitness and capability, you will notice a greater difference with 2 sessions per week. Ideally, everyone would do 3 per week. However, don’t let this put you off if it seems overwhelming. What really matters is long-term consistency.

  • Pregnant?

    Congratulations! Please let me know before we start work together.

  • What if I have an injury or condition that might affect my ability to participate?

    Please get in touch to discuss this with me before you come, just so I am aware. You can rest assured that safety is an absolute priority for me. And with the movements and routines I use designed around building functional capability, it’s excellent for rehabilitation. As the groups I run are small, you will have the opportunity to modify movements to suit you.

  • Should I eat or drink before I come to class?

    I recommend not eating a heavy meal before attending a class, but it’s a good idea to drink water right up until the start. If you’d like to discuss how nutrition works around classes, by all means ask.

  • I feel a little intimidated, should I come?

    I completely understand. And yes, you should come. My classes are all small, warm, and friendly. Everybody is in the boat together. If you make that special effort to come along to the first one, I’m confident you will feel most welcome and at ease to come the next time. Hopefully the information on this site has helped you to get somewhat of a picture of what takes place in a class. If it would help to speak before you come, please get in touch by telephone or email.

  • Do I need to be fit or flexible?

    Not at all. The benefits of the types of movements we do are for every body. I keep classes small (never more than 6 people, usually less) so that I can tailor our practice specifically to the needs of the people in each class.

  • Who are your classes for?

    Absolutely anyone. Because I keep classes small, I can tailor the routines to the needs of the individuals in each class. Every movement will have modifications to make it less or more challenging. If you feel it’s not for you, I would love to hear from you!

  • What should I wear?

    Wear loose fitting or flexible clothing, so that you can move freely. I recommend you remove your shoes in order to train in your socks.

  • Do I need to bring anything?

    Yes – please bring a water bottle, and if you like a towel to lay on your yoga mat. I have yoga mats I can lend you, or you are most welcome to bring your own.

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