BREW A CUPPA
Peppermint tea, in particular, is a natural muscle relaxant, and it won’t get you all revved on caffeine. But lay off this one if you’re pregnant and dunk a bag of chamomile instead.
Barre workouts change your body.
Barre training consistently tones and lengthens your muscles, making you look and feel firmer and slimmer. Not only that, but it gives you a sense of wellbeing too. It truly is a mind body experience.
We are super excited to announced our first SA Studio Partners (franchisees) Tara & Wes Cotter who will be opening their first Aleenta BARRE in Jetty Road Glenelg on 10 September. Tara became a barre devotee after attending our Mawson Lakes Studio and loved it so much - she bought a franchise :) We spoke to Tara about her journey to becoming a Studio partner...
1. Easy on joints
Small and controlled movements reduce pressure on joints, tendons, ligaments and vertebrae. Also with regular practice of barre class, you will notice improvement in your core strength and posture. Better awareness and a tighter core will also help reduce injuries.
Barre is the perfect form of exercise for pregnancy and that's where regular attendee Lucy Houghton comes in! Lucy, a long time Aleenta BARRE member (lover) kept her barre routine going right up until the end of her pregnancy... we just had to share her inspiring story. Thanks Lucy :)