Low Impact Exercise

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Pre and Post Natal Series, Part 1


In this first video we will be taking things easy with some pelvic floor friendly exercises.  The idea is you learn to understand when your core muscles are engaged and when they aren’t, setting you up for future supple strength workouts.

It’s very important before exercising, after having had a baby, you get full clearance from your doctor. Listen to your body and at any point you feel any strain on your stomach area, please take a break or stop.

Pre and Post Natal Series, Part 2


Part 2 we move to standing exercises that will help improve your balance and therefore in turn benefit the core muscles.  As with Part 1, it is about engaging the pelvic floor muscles as you perform each move.

Pre and Post Natal Series, Part 3


Part 3 and we are using the wall to add tension to the upper body.  This is a great alternative to plank exercises and again you must utilise the pelvic floor muscles to get full benefit from these moves.  The more you lean into the wall, the more you will then use the whole body.

As you progress with these exercises you can change the gradient of the wall to stairs to challenge you more.

Pre and Post Natal Series, Part 4


Part 4 of today’s practice includes a stability ball to strengthen your core muscles and improve balance. I am using a big ball throughout the session but this is not necessary for the standing part. Either you can switch it for a small, lighter ball or just do it without.  Please remember it’s important to listen to your body.

If you are currently pregnant or have had a c-section & its still early days, then lying on the ball towards the end may not be feasible. Adaptations are given for the superman pose instead.

20 Minutes Low Impact Aerobics Circuit


 This fun low impact class is suitable for anyone and everyone.Come and join myself and Scott as we enjoy some aerobic style exercises in a circuit fashion.  We are working for 40 secs with a 20 sec recovery, where we will then show you the next move that is coming up.  

Ideal to share with a friend or family member and to remind yourself that exercise is all about having fun and allowing your body to just go with it.

20 Minutes Bounce, Fatigue & Low Energy Days


YouTube – We are aiming to help those who are suffering from fatigue. This could be down to a medical condition or you have woken up today feeling like you have low energy.

So if you want to do some exercise but not go crazy, then try out this workout. Circuit system with 30 seconds of exercise and 30 seconds recovery. Stability bar is optional.

20 Minutes Beginners Plus Size Bounce


YouTube – It was requested that we offered a workout that was geared towards plus size participants, with a slower paced rhythm throughout the class. This session requires no knee raises or leg kicks but focuses on pushing down through the mat. I will show you how moves can be simplified by holding for counts of two, as well as offering a quicker pace for those who want it. Although the title states plus size, this is an ideal workout for a beginner or anyone needing to go back to basics. 

20 Minutes Low Impact Balance Class


Fantastic balance class, can be used no matter what your ability. Always keep the exercises safe and do what you can. Use something stable to hold on to if you have any concerns on your balance. If you are confident and have good balance, try and raise your legs high and challenge yourself.

20 Minutes Low Impact Stability Ball Workout


Whether it be a football, a small sponge ball or a large stability ball, use what you can in this 20 minute low impact seated workout. Involves arm and leg exercises.

25 Minutes Restricted Movement Bounce


YouTube – At 110BPM, this bounce session is slowed right down using very small movements with your feet in contact with the mat for the majority of the time.

This workout is one of many Claire and I are bringing out for those who have restricted movement due to an injury, obesity or other medical conditions, age or if you feel challenged with your balance. We want everyone to feel confident and comfortable using a rebounder.

30 Minutes Low Impact Free Flowing Movements


Doesn’t matter what age you are or what abilities you have, let’s dance together either seated or standing to this easy to follow dance class. Free flowing movements means you use your imagination. Follow me or use your owns steps. Get the family involved!

30 Minutes Low Impact Dance


Let’s get moving and have some fun with this 30 minute low impact dance class. Look in the corner for the next movement to help you keep in time. Can be completed seated or standing.

30 Minutes Low Impact Resistance Band Class


There are many kinds of resistance bands out there so use your band safely in this workout. Check that the band is in the correct position throughout and spare a thought for good posture. For the leg sections you will need a chair or bench.

30 Minutes Low Impact Seated and Standing Circuits


What would you like to do? Stand for all the workout? Sit for all the workout? How about sit for half and stand for half? Whatever you choose, make sure that the workout is safe for you and that you get the most out of it.

32 Minutes Low Impact Weights, Upper Body


There is a long warm up at the beginning of the video on purpose for those with any shoulder problems. Use whatever weight suits you, even a drinking bottle or a can of food. If you’re a Power Weight fan and have stumbled on this workout. Use a heavier weight that will challenge you.

45 Minutes stability bar bounce fit


A fun, low impact stability bar workout that incorporates some big jumps to raise the heart rate and make your muscles work harder.