MOVE – Move your Frame https://moveyourframe.com Fun Fitness Classes in London Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:42:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.3 https://moveyourframe.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/apple-touch-icon-1.png MOVE – Move your Frame https://moveyourframe.com 32 32 What is a Cacao Ceremony? https://moveyourframe.com/what-is-a-cacao-ceremony/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 14:31:38 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=42962 To most people Cacao is known as nothing more than chocolate, or as a superfood (which it is), but Cacao is also a tool for healing, self-realisation and connection. This tradition runs from ancient civilizations such as the Mayan and the Aztec people all the way up to today.   The civilisations who used Cacao […]

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To most people Cacao is known as nothing more than chocolate, or as a superfood (which it is), but Cacao is also a tool for healing, self-realisation and connection. This tradition runs from ancient civilizations such as the Mayan and the Aztec people all the way up to today.

 

The civilisations who used Cacao in this way were a lot more connected to mother earth than we are today, and Cacao was shared amongst communities to bring people together. It was known as ‘heart medicine of the earth’, widely known to deepen our own connection to our heart. Cacao is heart-opening, it is heart awakening and it aims to guide us from the busyness of our minds back into this deeper place of feeling.

 

KaKaw is a Mayan verb that literally means ‘to drink chocolate together’, and during moments where humanity strays from heart-filled intentions, this was the medicine to return us to our true nature. To bring us back home; which is the space of love, compassion and togetherness.

 

Ceremonial-grade Cacao is chocolate in its purest form, where nothing has been added or taken away, using high-quality Cacao beans and processed minimally at low temperatures. What gives Cacao its heart-opening quality is the property of theobromine, which increases our blood flow through our heart. Therefore it is important to always mindfully be aware of how strong you prepare your cup of Cacao, as the higher dosage used will provide a potentially stronger physical effect. In my opinion to receive the benefits of this medicine ‘less is more’.

 

Cacao is also a good alternative for folks who are looking to give up coffee, as it can provide the same ‘kick’ coffee provides only without the negative effect it has on our adrenals. Cacao is rich in antioxidants, it includes all of the mood enhancers such as the love molecule, anandamide (known as the bliss molecule), and it also increases our oxytocin, thus creating a deeper sense of connection with others. Everything about Cacao is there to make us feel good.

 

Cacao is wonderful to incorporate within reflective practices such as sound healing and meditation, and on Monday 17th January I will be combining a Cacao Ceremony with Sound Healing.

 

This event invites you to drop into a gentle space of awareness and stillness; to drink together, setting our own individual intentions then to be guided through a meditation just before we settle ourselves comfortably for the healing practice of Sound Healing.

 

Expect sounds from beautifully crafted Himalayan Singing bowls, chimes, bells and singing which is all uniquely designed to take you on an inner journey.

This month’s Full Moon Cacao Ceremony has sold out. To book a spot at Francesca’s next event on the 16th February please email members@moveyourframe.com

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6 tips to get motivated in 2022 https://moveyourframe.com/6-tips-to-get-motivated-in-2022/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 13:59:21 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=42940 There’s no doubt about it. Moving on a daily basis is the key to happy, healthy minds and bodies. We all know this, but it can be hard to get motivated and stay consistent. Here are 7 tried and tested (realistic) tips that will set you up for success in 2022.   Figure out your […]

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There’s no doubt about it. Moving on a daily basis is the key to happy, healthy minds and bodies. We all know this, but it can be hard to get motivated and stay consistent. Here are 7 tried and tested (realistic) tips that will set you up for success in 2022.

 

Figure out your personal ‘why’. We all want to feel good, but how and why we get there depends on our own goals and motivation. You might want to offset the stress of an intense job, have more energy, improve a health issue or simply get out of the house more. Nail this down and have it clear in your mind so when you’re feeling like skipping that class, walk or swim you’ll be able to motivate yourself by remembering why it’s worth pulling on your trainers and getting out there. 

 

Find something you’ll actually enjoy. This is the key to success. There’s nothing that will make you fail faster than signing up to a workout that you feel like you should do but if you’re honest with yourself you hate the sound of. There are so many joyful ways to move your body so choose something that you like the sound of and you’ll be less likely to hide under the duvet when your alarm goes off.

 

Commit upfront. Whether this means signing up a monthly membership, joining a club that meets weekly or buying a package that has an expiry date – you’ll be so much more likely to create a routine and stick to it. Let money and fellow members keep you on track!

 

Get your mates involved. Turn your friends and family into accountability buddies. Whether that means you go for weekly walks together, sign up for a challenge or have a weekly virtual fit date with Frame Online you will have the incentive of hanging out with your mate and getting your endorphin fix at the same time. Win, win.

 

Habit stack. Get in the mindset of daily movement rather than all or nothing. NEAT exercise (non-exercise activity thermogenesis) is energy expanded from daily movement. Think of those 10k steps, how can you make sure you get them in. Taking the stairs over the lift, getting off the tube a few stops earlier (fresh air and steps woo!), the fake commute if you’re WFH – take a long way home after getting a coffee. This overtime has a massive positive impact on our health. Small easy steps in the right direction.

 

Get your sh*t together Sunday’s. Planning your activities for the week ahead on a Sunday will help you to prioritise your exercise and put them into your calendar like you would an important meeting. You are much more likely to stick to your routine and it becomes a habit that creates consistency.

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Breathe your way to better sleep https://moveyourframe.com/breathe-your-way-to-better-sleep/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 13:49:35 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=42933 Pillow talk with breathwork expert Kelly Small. Breathwork has risen in popularity recently as a wellness ‘trend’. It might seem like yet another fad and sure, everyone breathes all day long without much thought. However, how we breathe and the quality of breath can make a real difference to our overall well being. We chatted […]

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Pillow talk with breathwork expert Kelly Small.

Breathwork has risen in popularity recently as a wellness ‘trend’. It might seem like yet another fad and sure, everyone breathes all day long without much thought. However, how we breathe and the quality of breath can make a real difference to our overall well being. We chatted with Kelly, founder of Eleven Breathwork on how breathwork can help us optimize our sleep.

 

What’s the link between breathwork and sleep? How can it help us?

 

For restorative and restful sleep, we want to ensure that our nervous system and heart rate is as relaxed as possible and the quickest way we can down-regulate our nervous system is via the breath. By practising a calming breathwork practice for at least 10 minutes before falling asleep can really help bring the mind and body into calm. 

 

How often should we be practising ‘breathwork’ to feel the effects?

 

Little and often is ideal, even if you start with just 5 minutes a day you will still feel a difference in your state of being. I’d then recommend having regular “check-ins” throughout the day, noticing how you feel, how your breathing feels throughout the day and then taking a few minutes to just slow down your breathing. The great thing is you can practice anywhere, in bed, on the tube or at your desk. 

 

How can we tell if we’re not breathing correctly?

 

Breath awareness is fundamental to breathwork so that we can become aware of how our emotions and how we are feeling changes our breathing. If we are upset or angry we might unconsciously hold our breath repressing what we want to say, or if we are stressed our breathing will become rapid, shallow and up high into the chest. For our everyday breathing, we want to breathe through the nose, slowly and with the diaphragm. A good practice is placing one hand on the chest and one hand on the belly and noticing with hand moves first. If it’s the hand on the chest that rises first then you are breathing up high into the chest, so try and slow the breath down sending it as low down into the belly as possible and see how you feel. 

 

Kelly’s top 3 breathing techniques for sleep

 

Slow nasal breathing. When we experience stress (hello) we over breathe and the breath becomes rapid and shallow. Which in turn, makes us more stressed. One way to counteract this is breathing through the nose to control the amount of air and slowing the breath down which promotes relaxation.

 

Try the technique 

Inhale through the nose for a slow count of 6

Exhale through the nose for a slow count of 6

Repeat for a minimum 2 minutes and 5 for maximum results 

 

Extended Exhalation. One way to activate the parasympathetic nervous system to promote restful sleep is to double the length of the exhale to the inhale. If we’ve had a stressful experience during the day our body will stay in flight or fight so by practising this before bed will ensure that your body is downregulated before sleep.

 

Try the technique

Inhale through the nose for a count of 4

Exhale through the nose for a count of 8 

Ideally, this is repeated for 10 minutes as needed 

 

Diaphragmatic breathing. Also known as belly breathing. When we breathe into our belly we activate our diaphragm which is our primary breathing muscle. This activates our vagus nerve – this is the longest nerve in the body – it runs from the brain to the intestines and is the main component of the parasympathetic nervous system. 

 

Try the technique

Hand on your belly button breath as low down into the pelvic area as you can 

Breath in and out as slowly as you can 

This practice can be used as the foundation of the top two techniques

 

Sleep Hack – Mouth Taping

If you wake up with a dry mouth, feeling dehydrated, with a foggy brain and questioning if you even slept at all, chances are you were sleeping with your mouth open all night and over-breathing. By using a really small 5p size piece of breathable tape such as microporous surgical tape to just gently hold your lips closed ensures you stick to nasal breathing during sleep. Nasal breathing warms and filters the air that we are breathing whilst sleeping, and considering we sleep for 1/3 of our lives we want it to be as optimal as possible. Please don’t mouth tape if you’ve been drinking alcohol or you’re sick, just a small piece is more than enough, you don’t need to tape the whole mouth shut! You should be able to still talk and push the tape off with your tongue if needed.

 

Inspired to breathe better and sleep more? Then try this upcoming breathwork session with Kelly.

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Xmas opening times https://moveyourframe.com/41481-2/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 13:39:25 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=41481 Staying in London this Xmas? Check out our studio opening times.   Shoreditch: 23rd Dec: 7am – 4pm 24th Dec: 7am – 4pm 25th – 26th Dec: Closed 27th – 30th Dec: 9:30am – 4pm 31st Dec – 10:00am – 5:00pm Victoria: 23rd Dec: 6.45am – 3.15pm  24th Dec – 27th Dec: Closed 28th Dec: […]

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Staying in London this Xmas? Check out our studio opening times.

 

Shoreditch:

23rd Dec: 7am – 4pm

24th Dec: 7am – 4pm

25th – 26th Dec: Closed

27th – 30th Dec: 9:30am – 4pm

31st Dec – 10:00am – 5:00pm

Victoria:

23rd Dec: 6.45am – 3.15pm 

24th Dec – 27th Dec: Closed

28th Dec: 9:15am – 2.30pm 

29th Dec: 9am – 2:30pm

30th Dec: 9:15am – 2:30pm

31st Dec: 9:15am – 2:30pm

1st Jan: Closed 

2nd Jan: 9:45am – 4:30pm

3rd Jan: 8:45am – 8:30pm

Kings Cross:

23rd Dec: 7.00 – 2.00pm

24th Dec:  9am – 2.30pm 

25th & 26th Dec: Closed

27th Dec: 9am – 2.00pm 

28th Dec : 9.30 – 2.30pm

29th Dec: 9.30 – 2.00pm

30th Dec:  9.30 – 2.30pm

31st Dec: 9am – 2.00pm 

1st Jan: Closed 

Angel:

23rd Dec: 7am – 2.00pm

24th Dec:  9am – 2pm

25th – 28th Dec: Closed

31st Dec – 10am – 5pm

1st Jan: Closed

Fitz:

23rd – 2nd: Closed

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All you need to know about Barre 30 https://moveyourframe.com/all-you-need-to-know-about-barre-30/ Tue, 14 Sep 2021 10:48:02 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=37635 We spoke to Eian, our Barre Creative Lead & Instructor Trainer about the new Barre 30 update starting in studios and on Livestream next Monday.    What can you expect from this new Barre update? I have titled the new update ‘Anti-Lockdown’ & it has been designed to help improve posture and target all the […]

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We spoke to Eian, our Barre Creative Lead & Instructor Trainer about the new Barre 30 update starting in studios and on Livestream next Monday. 

 

What can you expect from this new Barre update?

I have titled the new update ‘Anti-Lockdown’ & it has been designed to help improve posture and target all the muscles in the back of your body to combat desk life/lockdown life.

I haven’t exercised since pre-pandem, will this class be ok for me?

This class and sequence of exercise are perfect for returning back to fitness as it is low impact and low resistance. Frame Barre classes are suitable for a mix of abilities, modifications are always given by our incredible instructors. It is always a good idea to tell the instructor this is your first class back for a while so they can give more support if needed. 

What kind of soundtrack can I expect?

The playlist is always a real eclectic mix so there is bound to be a song that takes you back to a great time in your life!

What’s the one bit of advice you would give someone who hasn’t tried a Barre class before?

My advice would be, try it once and see how you get on. Try and keep moving for as long as you can but secret mini breaks are recommended if it’s your very first time 😉

What equipment do you use in this update?

We have been limiting equipment recently but I am thrilled to say we have brought back all the probs back in this update! YAY! Ankle weights for the leg raises, pilates ball in the core section, resistance bands for the glute work and dumbbells to add the extra burn for the upper body!

Will this update be available online?

This class will be available on livestream and will be the identical version to in studio so there are lots of options to hit the burn and more chances to master the sequence. 

Does this Barre update compliment any other FRAME classes? 

I am a big believer in mixing up your workouts to add variety and new challenges. Barre will always help create a strong foundation to help assist all your other strength/cardio classes at Frame. We only have one body so we gotta give it some love! If you can, add one Frame Barre class into your weekly workout schedule and see the difference to your performance. 

Fancy trying it for yourself? The new Barre update starts in all studios and on Livestream from Monday. Book your spot now!

 

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What to expect from the new Lift update https://moveyourframe.com/what-to-expect-from-the-new-lift-update/ Wed, 08 Sep 2021 12:28:03 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=37063 We spoke to our Head of Fitness and all-around wonder woman Diana Van Heerden about the new Lift update coming to the studios on Monday 13th September.   What can we expect from this new Lift update? We are getting nostalgic and taking it back to an old update (Lift 13) from around 2 and […]

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We spoke to our Head of Fitness and all-around wonder woman Diana Van Heerden about the new Lift update coming to the studios on Monday 13th September.

 

What can we expect from this new Lift update?

We are getting nostalgic and taking it back to an old update (Lift 13) from around 2 and a half years ago. In this update, we are using the barbell throughout on the arm tracks as opposed to plates. The only exception where a single plate is used is the Ab track and the oblique work at the end of the Lunges track. Expect lots of Conventional Deadlifts, Split squats and 5 and a half minute Squat track to make sure legs and lower body are WORKED! On the barbell, there are single bent over rows and triple push presses. Simple, repetitive but effective and enjoyable (just wait until you hear the soundtrack). For the upper body expect isolation and compound move designed to really target specific muscles (we are talking Skull Crushers and Barbell bicep curls – yummy!).  Let’s not forget the abs – we are working the whole musculature of the abdominals with half sit-ups, full roll-ups, Russian twists, oblique reverse crunches and planks – expect to feel the burn! 

I haven’t done any exercise over lockdown, will this class be ok for me?

Absolutely! We have 4 weight recommendations for each track: beginners, intermediates, advanced and pros. The instructor will also be able to give any modifications needed.

Don’t panic if you can’t do everything just yet! This update will go on for 10 weeks so you will have enough time to progress.

I love a great tune – what new tracks can I expect?

N.E.R.D and some old school TLC – what’s not to love?

How many times a week should I do a Lift class?

Ideally, 2-3 times a week as a beginner, 3-4 times as intermediate and advanced, but even squeezing in one class a week has amazing benefits.

What’s the benefit of doing this class?

LIFT is all about getting you stronger and making you feel like a superhero. Trust me you will have such a great time in class. We work with high repetitions and TUT (Time Under Tension) which helps you not just to get stronger but also increases your metabolism. Mixing tempos and spending more time under tension burns more energy post-exercise 36-48hrs after. The slower tempos (either eccentric or concentric) promote energy expenditure and excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).

Will any other FRAME classes compliment my Lift training?

Strength and conditioning can be well complemented by cardio and stretching (well needed after all that pump you are experiencing on a Lift class). I would recommend Rebounding/ Dance Cardio/ 80’s Aerobics is a fun way of cardio and Yoga or Pilates for lengthening and stretching.

Why should everyone try a Lift at least once in their lives?

Lift weights and have fun! Not only will you get stronger but you can sing along as you do it. Trust me, after each class, you will feel like a superhero!

 

The new LIFT update goes live across all our studios from Monday 13th September. BOOK your spot now!

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Keeping Framers Safe https://moveyourframe.com/keeping-framers-safe-dec/ Tue, 07 Sep 2021 13:28:53 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=37000 We’re on a mission to keep Framers safe, healthy and high on sweet endorphins. Thank you for all the good vibes and support over the last couple of years. If you haven’t come back to FRAME yet we look forward to welcoming you very soon. Your safety and that of our colleagues remains our number […]

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We’re on a mission to keep Framers safe, healthy and high on sweet endorphins.

Thank you for all the good vibes and support over the last couple of years. If you haven’t come back to FRAME yet we look forward to welcoming you very soon. Your safety and that of our colleagues remains our number one priority, therefore we have a few safety measures in place we would like to tell you about…

ALL TOGETHER NOW

  • Our teams have had extensive health and safety training to make sure that we are COVID secure across all points of the business.
  • You are now required to wear a mask in all our waiting areas and changing rooms. You do not need to wear a mask in the class itself, although you are welcome to.
  • We ask that you respect other Framers, be patient as we all get to grips with the ‘new normal’ and please let our team know if you see something that’s not right so we can sort it straight away.
  • If you’re feeling unwell or have been in contact with anyone who is showing symptoms of COVID please do not come to class. Stay home, move your frame online and come back to see us when you’re well again.

STUDIO UPDATE

  • Please be conscious of your arrival times at the studios, to help ease any potential crowding in the reception areas. We’ve also been making adjustments to the timetables, to minimise the congestion of Framers coming in and out of class at the same time.
  • Smile at our FOH who will be behind a perspex partition, we have a no-contact policy at the studios so only virtual hugs for now. 
  • You will see touch-free hand sanitiser stations at all entry and exit points. We ask that you use them frequently – clean hands save lives!
  • Showers are in use,  if you have left your towel at home you can now hire one for £1 (free for members)

SOCIAL FITNESSING

  • We’re keeping the additional cleaning time before and after classes where you will be asked to wipe down your equipment with anti-viral wipes. Teamwork makes the dream work!

KILL THE VIRUS, NOT THE VIBE

We have done a huge amount of work to put processes in place to keep Framers safe while getting some much-needed endorphins. We are so excited to have you back in the studios with us!

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5 reasons you need Jumpboard Pilates https://moveyourframe.com/5-reasons-you-need-jumpboard-pilates-in-your-life/ Tue, 07 Sep 2021 11:53:46 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=36990 5 reasons why you need to get down to Jumpboard Pilates, the new FRAME Reformer class everyone is talking about…  Lay down and get sweaty Not in THAT way… Jumpboard Reformer is a full body workout, guaranteed to get you sweaty and give you a huge endorphin high! Think intervals of jumping (horizontally) with classic […]

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5 reasons why you need to get down to Jumpboard Pilates, the new FRAME Reformer class everyone is talking about… 

Lay down and get sweaty

Not in THAT way… Jumpboard Reformer is a full body workout, guaranteed to get you sweaty and give you a huge endorphin high! Think intervals of jumping (horizontally) with classic Pilates exercises and you get the picture.

Improve your performance

Jumpboard Pilates is AMAZE-ing at improving your core strength and stability which will greatly enhance your performance at other sports, so perfect if you are running a marathon (or just running for the bus).

Gentle on the joints cardio

This class has reps of high-intensity interval jumping yet is low impact (thank you gravity). This means it’s gentle on your joints and still raises your heart rate!

Burn baby BURN

If you are looking at improving your muscle strength and tone then look no further. Jumping on heavy springs will give you serious muscle fatigue in the lower body (ie. that great burny feeling). The lighter springs will seriously fire up your deep stabiliser muscles that will stabilise your spine, pelvis and core (why hello abs of steel).

Happy Feet

Let’s not forget about the tootsies! This class is great for improving foot health as it works on mobility, stability and effective shock absorption – which helps minimise the risk of any future injuries.

 

Jump up, jump up and get down to Jumpboard Pilates – available in all studios now!

BOOK HERE.

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I’m a 6 for £60 member and this is how I Frame… https://moveyourframe.com/how-i-use-my-60-for-60/ Fri, 16 Jul 2021 16:01:23 +0000 https://moveyourframe.com/?p=31586 Let’s be honest, we all love a bit of nosy. In this week’s blog, we caught up 3 of our 6 for £60 members to see how they use their membership. Imagine through the keyhole, but with endorphins…   We don’t have favourites, but what’s yours? Let’s start with your must-go studio classes.. Amelia: Barre […]

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Let’s be honest, we all love a bit of nosy. In this week’s blog, we caught up 3 of our 6 for £60 members to see how they use their membership. Imagine through the keyhole, but with endorphins…

 

We don’t have favourites, but what’s yours? Let’s start with your must-go studio classes..

Amelia: Barre mainly, it boosts my mood, my fitness and my bum! Lily and Jenny are my favourite Barre instructors, lifting my confidence and making me giggle! Barre makes me feel incredibly strong, especially when the instructors say how hard the class is. 

Sarah: Living in a flat in London means there are certain classes which are less than ideal to do in a small space with downstairs neighbours, so Rebounding is one class that I do weekly and couldn’t wait to return to the studios for, also Box Fit and Strength classes like Dumbbells or Lift, as even though I did a couple of classes on-demand I feel like I push myself harder in the studio and the music is on another level!

Cristina: I do rebounding, ass& abs, box fit, bounce & burn, dance cardio and & the workshops. These are the classes where I have the most fun.

 

What about on-demand? Do you have a go-to class?

Sarah: Oooh, I think I’d have to say Ass & Abs or Barre, even better if it’s themed –  they are easy to do in a small space, have options from 10-45 mins depending on time and also don’t really require much equipment which you wouldn’t have in your home already, but you still feel the workout burn. Heard great things about the Steps themed Step class so excited to try that as well!

Cristina: Hotel Room Hit, because I am often short of space (and time!) and this class suits my schedule perfectly.

 

Why are you a fan of FRAME?

Amelia: The enthusiasm that oozes from the instructors, the ‘who cares if you’re a beginner’ attitude – everyone is so lovely and supportive. 

Sarah: It’s such an inclusive environment the instructors don’t ever make you feel uncomfortable or as if you’re doing something wrong they are there to support you. Frame also offers such a variety of classes that there really is something for everyone and covers all music genres!

Cristina: Frame is inclusive, I feel seen and looked after, it’s like being part of a big family, this is why I really love it.

 

Why does the 6 for £60 membership work for you?

Amelia: Because it’s my in between trial of ‘ do I choose the £120 membership’ !! It’s a really good way into the gym, if you can’t commit to the £120 a month just yet. 

Sarah: It allows me to have my weekly class booked in but then offers me a couple of additional classes in the month when I can pick something different to try in the studio whilst still giving me access to all the online on-demand classes as well! 

Cristina: I think this membership is a good compromise between the studio classes and those on demand so once I finish the 6 classes I can always continue working out online

 

Finish this sentence… I move my FRAME because…

Amelia: My body deserves to feel strong ! 

Sarah: It keeps me in both physical and mental shape. 

Cristina: It makes me feel comfortable in my own skin.

 

When I am not FRAMING you can find me…

Amelia: Mooching in north London, particularly Alexandra palace, the views are second to none! 

Cristina: reading, hiking, napping, probably learning something new.

Sarah: Chilling out on the sofa watching the latest reality TV in my Oodie after a weekend away with friends.

 

Feeling tempted? Why not give our 6 for £60 membership a go. It includes 6 studio classes, FRAME on-demand (which now has over 250 videos, with classes added weekly) and access to our friends with benefits partner perks (hellooo sweet discounts). 

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ROADMAP TO REOPENING https://moveyourframe.com/roadmap-to-reopening/ Thu, 08 Apr 2021 08:21:51 +0000 http://moveyourframe.com/?p=18327 Let’s be honest, the rules and regulations for the easing of lockdown have been as clear as mud. So we would like to clear up a couple of vital things in relation to the reopening of our studios. Let us get straight to the point and answer ALL your burning questions that have been sliding […]

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Let’s be honest, the rules and regulations for the easing of lockdown have been as clear as mud. So we would like to clear up a couple of vital things in relation to the reopening of our studios. Let us get straight to the point and answer ALL your burning questions that have been sliding into our DMs this week.

 

Are you opening on the 12th of April?  

You might know our strapline ‘I don’t go to the gym, I go to FRAME’. And as such we will sadly NOT be allowed to reopen on the 12th of April in line with ‘gyms’ instead we’re aiming for the 17th of May with all ‘group fitness’ following the government guidelines. 

 

Do you have details on studio pricing? 

Absolutely, you can see our studio pricing here. We’ve got a brand new ‘how to pay’ page coming soon but for now, you can find all the information you need HERE

 

Are you doing outdoor classes? 

Not right now. We’ve got HUGE plans for reopening and we are putting all of our efforts into making our studio relaunches the best experience ever for you guys. As the weather gets warmer we may revisit the Kings Cross outdoor classes that have been running for the past four years. Keep your eyes peeled 👀  P.s – you can take our online classes to the park. Vitamin D plus endorphins for a double dose of feel good.

 

Are you doing open gym like other studios? 

No, we don’t feel like this is the FRAME experience we want to create for you. However, you can book into 1-2-1 Reformer session and PT at any of our studios except for Hammersmith. Find all PT and Reformer 1-2-1 info HERE 

 

When is Hammersmith reopening?

Annoyingly we can’t reopen Hammersmith just yet as IKEA is still doing massive building work in the mall – how handy will it be to pick up some ‘bits’ from IKEA post-class though?? Hold tight and we’ll be back with a bang in September. 

 

Is FRAME Online staying?

 Yes, one million percent. Our Livestream and on-demand classes are now part of the FRAME furniture. Like that sofa in Friends…PIVOT it ain’t going anywhere. Come to see us in the studio when you can and get your fix online when you can’t. Seamless.

 

What’s happening online in April?

OK, so we may have slid this cheeky one in BUT only because we don’t want you to miss out on the online action we’re serving up. You can book into a 30-minute Breakfast Club class at 7.15am Monday – Thursday with big personalities and PRIZES yes every morning you show up to class you could be randomly selected to win a prize worth £70 from our friends Wild, Moju Drinks, Aguulp (Professor Greens liquid supplements) and liquid hugs via Gibsons Goodology. BOOK NOW.

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