Yogalates With Gazel is a mix of pilates and yoga in the comfort of your own home.
Have you recently had a baby and are looking to increase your core strength through yoga or pilates, without actually leaving the house? Yogalates with Gazel is your answer!
Gazel is a fitness specialist with more than 10 years experience and offers private and group ‘Yogalates’ classes. Yogalates is a mix of yoga and pilates and switches between the two to provide a unique workout that is specially designed to embrace functional movements to benefit the whole body.
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The benefits of Yogalates include core strengthening, flexibility, rehabilitation, weight loss and toning. The class starts with a traditional yoga warm up to ensure the joints and muscles are ready for the workout.
The workout then focuses on pilates movements that lengthen the muscles and work on deep core stabilisers, before the focus gets back to yoga and some breathing exercises.
Gazel's Body Balance
Each class is one hour and participants are provided with a theraband (stretch band) and use strength training moves to add variety to the workout, increase the range of motion in the joints and muscles and take your vinyasa to a new level.
Gazel started her own journey to Yogalates after suffering postnatal depression. The skills she gained through yoga and pilates helped her to gain a sense of self, peace and a new found confidence, which then lead to a desire to help others.
Gazel has a Diploma of Fitness and Bachelor of Health Promotion and Nutrition from Edith Cowan University in Perth and can bring her yogalates classes, including Mums and Bubs Yogalates and boxing, to you in the comfort of your own home.
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The first session is free and are available to clients in Melbourne’s inner western suburbs. These sessions are a fantastic way to regain your core strength without needing a babysitter or leaving the house!
For more information and to book your free first Yogalates session with Gazel, check out her Facebook page.
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