What the studio offers

The Yoga and Pilates studio is located towards the southern end of the SportUNE Centre.

The space is a functional size allowing for large classes and a stage for the instructor and ensures a quiet and meditative atmosphere. It boasts large windows and mirrors enhancing natural light, so participants can track and monitor their progress easily!

Yoga practice starts by listening to your body, working to individual limitations that present themselves each time you practice.

Over the course of the year, we offer a variety of classes ensuring you have a choice of either a strong flowing class or something a little slower with more time for a better stretch, such as:

  • Restorative
  • Yin
  • Slow Flow
  • Vinyasa

  • Mindful movements
  • Organic flow
  • Slow Gentle
  • Moving with Breathe


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Why try Yoga or Pilates?

  • Physical Fitness: Both yoga and Pilates help improve strength, flexibility, and balance. They target various muscle groups, enhance core stability, and promote overall body toning and conditioning.


  • Stress Relief and Relaxation: Yoga and Pilates emphasize deep breathing, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques, making them effective for stress reduction and promoting a sense of calmness and well-being.


  • Improved Posture: These practices focus on proper alignment and body awareness, which can help correct posture imbalances and reduce pain or discomfort caused by poor posture.


  • Increased Flexibility and Range of Motion: Regular practice of yoga and Pilates can improve flexibility, joint mobility, and overall range of motion. This can enhance athletic performance, prevent injuries, and support healthy aging.


  • Mind-Body Connection: Yoga and Pilates cultivate a strong mind-body connection, promoting self-awareness, mindfulness, and a deeper understanding of oneself. They can help individuals feel more connected, centered, and present in their daily lives.


  • Core Strength and Stability: Both practices emphasize core engagement, leading to improved abdominal and back strength. A strong core not only supports overall physical strength but also contributes to better posture and spinal health.


  • Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention: Yoga and Pilates can be used as rehabilitation tools to aid in recovery from injuries or as a preventive measure to reduce the risk of future injuries. They focus on gentle and controlled movements that can be adapted to individual needs.


  • Variety and Adaptability: Both yoga and Pilates offer a wide range of styles, classes, and variations to suit different preferences and fitness levels. From gentle restorative practices to vigorous power sessions, there is something for everyone.


  • Mindfulness and Mental Clarity: These practices encourage mindfulness, presence, and a break from the daily stresses of life. They provide an opportunity to cultivate a calm and focused mind, enhancing mental clarity and overall well-being.


  • Community and Support: Yoga and Pilates studios often foster a supportive and inclusive community, providing a sense of belonging and connection with like-minded individuals on a similar wellness journey.