If you’re anything like us, you may have sunk into winter-mode pretty hard – it’s cold, it’s dark, it’s rainy, and we’re thinking more about carbs on the couch than going to the gym. But New Movement Perth is here to reinvigorate and revive you out of that wintery slumber.
Whether your goals are to smash a PB or just get into a sustainable and healthy routine, New Movement has dozens (over 80 per week) of classes on offer to get you moving. Feel centred with some hot Yoga, limber up with some sculpting or stretch Pilates, or get conditioned in the fitness jungle with HIIT, LIFT, SHRED or HUSTLE classes.
The New Movement ethos is all about making you feel confident to try something new – with welcoming vibes in every class, and plenty of state-of-the-art equipment to go around.
Importantly, physical fitness is only one part of the wellness puzzle, with mental well-being making up a huge component, and if this is more your speed the Slow Flow and deep yin yoga classes provide an opportunity to slow down and connect your mind and body.
The social aspect of the gym is also vital – which is why New Movement isn’t just a place to rush in and out. Say hello, make a friend or book into a class with mates: it’s all about building a fun, friendly fitness community. Plus, with crèches on site for both human bubs and pups, you’ve got some more freedom to chill before you hit the road.
Focusing on a holistic approach to wellness means nutrition is another part of the puzzle, and as well as guidance from your trainers, you can feel empowered to take control of your nutrition with access to the New Movement App. It’s a nifty way to book into your classes on the go – with everything under one roof and at your fingertips.
Local owners Matt and Cody are committed to always improving and upgrading: this is just the beginning of what New Movement has to offer. You can be confident that you’ll be getting an effective and exciting experience as technologies and techniques advance – and with so much fun stuff on offer, you don’t need to dread going to the gym.