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FAQ

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We are so pleased to share with you a wide range of classes based on the cornerstones of Flexibility, Strength & Balance. You’ll find our Livestream classes range from high intensity HIIT to a restorative Yoga Slow with 2 or 3 each day to choose from. If the time doesn’t work don’t worry, there are recorded so you can schedule them at a time that suits you.

You’ll find our atHome classes are short, enabling you to fit these into the pockets of your day or link two or three together for a longer class. You’ll also have access to our Technique Tips giving you expert advice to ensure you stay safe when exercising.

In addition, see our areas LIVE WELL, MOVE WELL and EAT WELL for a wealth of tips and valuable advice from our team of experts.

Enjoy your path to better health and happiness!

I'm keen to get started, what should I do?

Start with our 3 day free trial. During this time you have a chance to experience all the great classes, support and information we offer. Just click the link below to get started and join the Flex Body community. here

What membership options do you offer?

We like to keep things straightforward so we have an easy to manage Membership Option for you.

You can enjoy the flexibility of no minimum period and the ability to cancel anytime for $20 per week. You’ll enjoy unlimited classes, health and wellness tips and more to support you on your wellness journey.

Am I locked into contracts?

We appreciate that life today is not predictable, so our membership gives you the flexibility you need. You can cancel anytime. Your login will remain active and available to use during your paid period.

Are the classes suitable for beginners?

All of our classes are designed to suit a range of fitness levels. We would suggest starting with an easier class in our Balance section then moving to our Flexibility and then to the Strength section. As our classes are short you can run two or even three one after the other. Feel free to mix things up depending on how you feel – perhaps a high intensity class to get the heard racing followed by a delicious stretch to loosen and lengthen. We would recommend you check the Technique Tips prior to taking any classes to ensure that you enjoy the full benefits of each exercise with the right technique.

Can I do yoga if I'm not flexible?

Absolutely! Anyone can do yoga. It is about working with your body, not against it. With regular practice, your flexibility will improve, and you will be stronger and more supple. It is important to appreciate that our bodies change and what you were able to do several years ago may be different to what you can do now. Take today as your starting point and celebrate the changes you feel going forward.

I haven't exercised in a while, which classes should I start with?

We recommend that you start slowly. Our aim is to keep you safe and suddenly launching into a vigorous exercise program could result in soreness and possible injury. With any class, you can always pause the video and take a short rest.

I have an injury, can I still exercise?

If you have an existing injury or any condition that will impact you during a class, please ensure you have the approval from your Doctor or health care professional to return to exercise.

We also suggest that you avoid painkillers prior to the class. It is important that you use any pain as a guide to avoid irritation of an existing or recent injury. Please do what you can and rest regularly, it’s ok to skip through some of the exercises which may not be suitable for you. 

What is barre?

Barre (pronounced ‘bar’) is a ballet-inspired workout that mixes ballet movements with other disciplines including Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training. This class is high intensity, low-impact and designed to tone your body, creating longer, leaner muscles. A fabulous way to build stamina and give your metabolism a boost! Just grab a chair with a high back and you can use this as your ‘barre’.

How should I prepare for class?

Ensure you drink water throughout the day and avoid heavy meals and alcohol for two hours prior to your class. Create a space where you can exercise and still see the screen. Lay out your mat and wear comfortable exercise clothing and have some water close by. Enjoy!

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