Small Equipment

Small Equipment

To keep you challenged, and to keep you interested, different pieces of equipment are used in the videos we offer. Their simple design easily adapts to a variety of techniques enhancing balance, body awareness, correct muscle recruitment patterns, dynamic strengthening and mobilisation of the spine. Each piece of equipment has its own benefits ensuring that your body is worked in many different positions and circumstances, helping to reflect movements we perform in every day life.

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Small Equipment
  • Hand Weights and Circle Band

    Full body workout at intermediate+ level using 1-2 kg hand weights (cans of beans!) and a band tied incircle about 25cm in diameter.

  • Foam Roller Classic

    Foam rollers add increased complexity to a normal floor class by providing an unstable surface. The 'core' stabilising muscles have to work harder to allow you to balance and maintain spinal control. It also used very effectively to mobilise the spine and relieve muscular and fascial tension thro...

  • Foam Roller

    Foam rollers add increased complexity to a normal floor class by providing an unstable surface. The 'core' stabilising muscles have to work harder to allow you to balance and maintain spinal control. It also used very effectively to mobilise the spine and relieve muscular and fascial tension thro...

  • Small Ball Classic

    The small soft ball is a versatile piece of equipment which allows you to work to your level. It is particularly effective in performing "closed chain" exercises. In addition to activating the inner thigh muscles, squeezing the ball between the legs, has the carry-over effect of recruiting the de...

  • Small Ball

    The small soft ball is a versatile piece of equipment which allows you to work to your level. It is particularly effective in performing "closed chain" exercises. In addition to activating the inner thigh muscles, squeezing the ball between the legs, has the carry-over effect of recruiting the de...

  • Swiss Ball

    The Swiss ball challenges strength and stability by providing an unstable surface particularly requiring activation of the key stabilisers, the abdominal and back muscles. The Swiss ball also allows for core stability to be challenged in the sitting position, which functionally is very appropriat...

  • Theraband

    Resistance bands have been used extensively by physiotherapists for many years as an alternative to weights. The bands provide resistance throughout the exercise and the tension can be adapted to suit your own abilities. The resistance mut be used in conjunction with control of the movement, part...

  • Slider Class

    The sliders allow for smooth movement of the joints and muscles, and because you remain in contact with the ground throughout the exercises, there are no impact forces acting upon the body. The gliding motion helps you easily achieve your optimal range of movement and works multiple muscles whils...

  • Floor + Circle Band

    This floor class uses a loop of theraband that is extremely versatile, for example it can be placed around the knees, ankles, feet, and wrists to makes your exercises that much harder! It also helps with stability and the increased control it provides helps get those stubborn hard to activate mus...