What is Restorative Yoga?

 The aim of restorative yoga is to take the practitioner to a place of deep relaxation. Ample use is made of props to provide a completely supportive environment adapted to the individual body. 

Barre is largely inspired by warm-up exercises done at the barre at the start of any ballet class, where dancers build up their strength and flexibility before taking to the floor. It eliminates the complexities of classical ballet and in their place adds further toning and conditioning through repetition and pulsing.

What does training this way achieve? What equipment do we use? Bootcamp challenges every muscle in your body and with little rest in between each set; you're bound to feel the burn and intensity. 

Here’s just a taste of what’s to come in our schedule this Autumn.

Get the low down on all things Cardio Pilates from OSLO Health Manager and Instructor Pamela Renwick.

We’ve introduced a selection of warm and hot yoga classes for you to get your sweat on! Here's our top 5 reasons to try it! 

We caught up with OSLO Health Instructor Grace Tempany to talk all things Yin!

Brigid Sheahan is an advanced Yoga instructor joining the OSLO Health team mid-November. She writes to us from Maui, Hawaii, in this blog post to fill us in on her journey so far and what we can expect when we meet her in a couple of weeks. 

Heading up OSLO Health, is the wonderful Pamela Renwick. Whether you’re a yoga virgin, an avid yogi or you’re not quite sure of the difference between Pilates and Yoga but are eager to try both, here’s everything you need to know, straight from the expert.   I’m a total newbie, is that okay? Absolutely. Come, take part, rest when you need to rest and join back in when you ...