BODYBALANCE®

Build flexibility, strength and inner calm.

Les Mills BODYBALANCE®, is the Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates workout that will leave you feeling centered and calm. With controlled breathing, concentration and a carefully structured series of stretches, moves and poses, you'll build strength and flexibility as you create a holistic workout, bringing the body into a state of harmony and balance.

Duration Exercise Type Intensity Burn Rate Equipment
55 Minutes INSPIRED BY YOGA, TAI CHI & PILATES Low Intensity Up To 390 Calories YOGA MAT OPTIONAL
Results IMPROVES JOINT FLEXIBILITY & RANGE OF MOTION, TONES & SHAPES, ENHANCES MENTAL WELLBEING

A Typical Class

Each BODYBALANCE® 55 minute class is made up of 45 minutes of simple but challenging exercises, followed by 10 minutes of relaxation and meditation to fully relax and unwind. A typical class flows like this:

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The class will begin with easy, flowing Tai Chi moves to leave your day behind, center yourself and warm your body.

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The instructor will then take you through various Yoga and Pilates sequences to strengthen and tone your key muscle groups. Poses and stretches are used to create suppleness and flexibility.

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The final 10 minutes are set aside for the widely acknowledged mental and physiological benefits of meditation which also enhances the effects of the exercise.


Like all the LES MILLS® programmes, a new BODYBALANCE® class is released every three months with new music and choreography.

What you need to bring with you

Don't worry about shoes, as you will do the class barefoot. We recommend you wear comfortable workout clothes which allow to move fully with freedom and ease. Check out the latest Reebok/Les Mills co-branded range that is perfect for this class.

A yoga mat isn't essential, but bring one if you like. Some clubs may specifically ask you to do so.

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Getting Started

Timetable

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How often should you take a class?

There is no doubt that you will experience great benefits from coming to BODYBALANCE® just once a week, but some people try to attend up to three times a week. It's really up to you!

Get Fit Together Research

In 2011 Dr Jinger Gottschall and Penn State University set out to prove that LES MILLSfitness programs work just as well as, if not better than, other exercise prescriptions. With the Get Fit Together research they did just that.