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Build your core strength, increase everyday mobility and tone up with a selection of Reformer Pilates, Yoga & Heated Yoga classes coming soon to Roar Canning Vale
Regardless of your age or fitness level, Roar Reformer & Yoga offers members brand new Reformer Pilates and Yoga classes to strengthen and tone your entire body, while leaving your feeling relaxed and refreshed at the end of each class, but don't think this means you won't be sore the next day!
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Reformer Pilates is the exercise of choice for those looking to strengthen, balance, lengthen and tone. The practice is on a bed-like frame that uses different weighted spring combinations to create resistance when we move the carriage back and forth.
POWER FLOW YOGA
This is Roar's Yoga signature class!
A heated Vinyasa class which is based on modern power yoga with traditional pranayama (breath) and asana (postures). The yoga is practised in a flow (continuous) format and is combined with an inspiring musical soundtrack. Dynamic and sweaty, expect this class to transform both mind and body as you build physical and mental strength. This class will invigorate and inspire.
For lovers of the original hot yoga series, Roar Yoga offers the traditional 26 Asanas and 2 breathing exercises in our accelerated 60 min format. This heated class is for all fitness levels and includes asana (postures) and pranayama (breath). Designed to be a therapeutic experience, this class works the entire body from the inside out and provides maximum results in flexibility, strength and overall wellness.
Relax and melt into your mat with Yin Yoga This is a slow paced yet deeply effective class which works on the deep connective tissue of the body known as Fascia. Release chronic tension and stress while nourishing your body and relaxing your mind through a series mat based asanas (postures) held up to five minutes each.