30 min Arms and Glutes at the Barre

We start by utilising light dumbbells and your own body weight to tone your arms and thighs, then head to the barre for glutes and finish with 5 mins of core conditioning.
 
Props: Light weights, ball and barre/kitchen bench for support.

New Year Arm Warm Up

A quick class using weights, pushups and planks to sculpt the arm muscles.
 
Props: Light weights.

New Year Full Body Barre

This quick class is everything you love about barre, using compound movements to get the job done in just 37 minutes! You’ll challenge your whole body with upper body, thigh, glute and ab sections.
 
Props: Light weights and barre (or chair/counter/wall for balance).

Quick Arm Series

Grab your heaviest set of weights for this arm focused workout.
 
Props: Dumbbells.

10 min Core Focus with Marysa

Beginning with a focus on the transverse abdominals (tva) and pelvic floor (3 min) then continuing with more dynamic core moves and a curl. This workout provides the perfect balance between focused pelvic floor toning and feeling a sweet burn in the core.
 
Props: None required, but if have a ball can use it,

Classic Arms

Marysa leads you through a classic upper body portion from class to tone the arms.
 
Props: 1-2kg dumbells.

Full Body Chair Workout

It’s just you and a chair needed to complete this full body workout using your own bodyweight for resistance – giving you strong, long, and lean results!
 
Prop: Chair (sturdy enough to stand on).

Elongation Glutes and Abs

We start all 4’s to activate the hamstring then continue with some beautiful developpes to find the elongation in our legs and work on our hip health. A quick ab focus in between sides and back work at the end and you’ll feel lengthened and taller at the completion.
 
Props: Ball.

Blissful Stretches

Focus on your breathing to create space in the body as we focus on gentle stretches for your hips, glutes and hamstrings. We hold each pose for 45 seconds. Expect to feel blissfully calm by the end.
 
Props: None needed, but a yoga block or cushion could be helpful in some poses.