faq

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our private fitness studio is located at 1638 West Broadway in Suite 201.

Yes you can. Please visit our contact page & you can book your consultation directly from there.

We recommend you wear clothes you are comfortable working out in as we will perform several postural & fitness assessments, alongside relevant SMR techniques.

Each session is 55 minutes long. This allows us five minutes to clean equipment used between each session.

Yes. The fitness assessment takes place in the initial consultation & this is the first step in our process.

Absolutely! No hidden fees here, we believe well informed choices on nutrition & exercise are essential if we are going to achieve your fitness goals. 

Absolutely not. We run our semi-private sessions daily so you can pick a session to suit your schedule. Please bear in mind these sessions have a maximum of 3 participants so they do book up fast!

Yes of course! We call this ‘tandem’ or ‘partner’ training. You can train with your significant other, your friend or a total stranger! The best part is that using our app you can have completely separate workouts tailored to your goals & still be working out together!

Active Rehabilitation refers to any exercise program that specifically addresses an injury or chronic pain as a result of an injury.

An effective Active Rehabilitation program should include:

  • A detailed fitness assessment consisting of a postural screen, muscle imbalance testing, and a functional movement assessment.
  • A corrective exercise program that will specifically address your postural imbalances, core stability, alongside any other muscle imbalances that are observed during your assessment.
  • Strength training protocols that are progressively managed & tracked to ensure optimal results.
  • Support & guidance from a medical exercise specialist to ensure that all exercises are completed correctly & your program is effective.

By the end of the program your stability, mobility, strength & endurance should be back to what it was prior to injury.

Our private fitness studio is located at 1638 West Broadway in Suite 201.

Yes you can. Please visit our contact page & you can book your consultation directly from there.

We recommend you wear clothes you are comfortable working out in as we will perform several postural & fitness assessments, alongside relevant SMR techniques.

Each session is 55 minutes long. This allows us five minutes to clean equipment used between each session.

Yes. The fitness assessment takes place in the initial consultation & this is the first step in our process.

Absolutely! No hidden fees here, we believe well informed choices on nutrition & exercise are essential if we are going to achieve your fitness goals. 

Absolutely not. We run our semi-private sessions daily so you can pick a session to suit your schedule. Please bear in mind these sessions have a maximum of 3 participants so they do book up fast!

Yes of course! We call this ‘tandem’ or ‘partner’ training. You can train with your significant other, your friend or a total stranger! The best part is that using our app you can have completely separate workouts tailored to your goals & still be working out together!

Active Rehabilitation refers to any exercise program that specifically addresses an injury or chronic pain as a result of an injury.

An effective Active Rehabilitation program should include:

  • A detailed fitness assessment consisting of a postural screen, muscle imbalance testing, and a functional movement assessment.
  • A corrective exercise program that will specifically address your postural imbalances, core stability, alongside any other muscle imbalances that are observed during your assessment.
  • Strength training protocols that are progressively managed & tracked to ensure optimal results.
  • Support & guidance from a medical exercise specialist to ensure that all exercises are completed correctly & your program is effective.

By the end of the program your stability, mobility, strength & endurance should be back to what it was prior to injury.