Interested in Yoga or Pilates classes?

Don’t feel comfortable about joining a large gym?
Then Body Nurture is for you ……

Body Nurture offers Pilates and yoga classes to suit all levels from beginner to advanced. Classes are limited to a maximum of 8 people (4 for group reformer classes) so you’ll receive plenty of individual guidance and attention. Owner Sue Bailey’s passion is to make yoga and Pilates accessible to all so they may enjoy the wonderful benefits that both pursuits can bring to mind and body

Please note – due to covid restrictions & smaller class sizes Body Nurture is unable to take on any new clients at this time.

Please email Sue if you would like to register your interest for 2021

As well as yoga and Pilates, Body Nurture offers holistic treatments in a calm, relaxing healing room situated on the upper floor along with 2 Pilates rehab suites.  The ground floor is home to the main studio, cloakroom and Sun Room

The main studio boasts 4 STOTT PILATES® SPX Max reformers plus a well stocked equipment cupboard with a range of small props for Pilates such as fitness circles, arc barrels, stability cushions, soft and weighted balls, foam rollers, Swiss balls and resistance bands. To ensure your comfort and support during restorative yoga sessions there is an abundance of cotton and fleece blankets, bolsters, blocks, yoga bricks and scented eye pillows

The Pilates rehab suites offers a V2Max Plus reformer, Cadillac, Pilates Stability Chairs, Ladder Barrel, Stability Barrel, Spine Corrector and Spine Supporter – all STOTT PILATES®

The Indian inspired Sun Room is available for you to relax after or between classes, perhaps enjoying a cup of complimentary tea and a chat

The Healing Room offers Sound Healing Therapies along with massage, Crystal Therapies and Aromatherapy

Book a one to one session to discuss your exercise requirements and have a look around. Sue looks forward to welcoming you to Body Nurture very soon or you can take our virtual tour by clicking HERE

“There is nothing to practice.
To know yourself, be yourself.
To be yourself, stop imagining
yourself to be this or that.
Just be. Let your true nature emerge.
Don’t disturb your mind with seeking.”
Nisargadatta Maharaj