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Oct
16
Tue
Daisy Birthing @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Daisy Birthing Antenatal

The Daisy Foundation Edinburgh
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Daisy Birthing active antenatal classes are a practical, educational and supportive journey through pregnancy and birth to help you  enjoy a comfortable pregnancy and to feel confident about birth. The course combines gentle movement, antenatal education, breathing techniques and relaxations, and a time to bond with your bump and meet other local mums-to-be. Each block runs for 6 weeks, all birth choices welcomed and classes are suitable from 14 weeks pregnant. Each 6 week course is £60, you can check availability and book your class here: http://thedaisyfoundation.com/antenatal-classes-in-edinburgh-kathryn-lawrence/
or contact kathryn-lawrence@thedaisyfoundation.com

 

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Oct
17
Wed
Karma Yoga @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join me for a Hatha based yoga class at the White Hall, Tribe Party on Wednesday lunchtime. Take some time out to rejuvenate, energise and bring clarity to your day.

These Karma yoga classes are running in aid of MIND, the mental health charity, with a suggested donation of £5, so by taking some time for your own wellbeing you can contribute to the wellbeing of others across the country too.

All abilities welcome, wear comfortable clothing and bring something cosy to keep you warm during relaxation. Mats are available to hire if you don’t have your own. No need to book, just come along.

Physio-Led Pilates @ White Hall, Hub
Oct 17 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Fitness Pilates @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Improve general core strength & Conditioning using all principles of Pilates.

Fitness Pilates @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Improve general core strength & Conditioning using all principles of Pilates.

Oct
18
Thu
Daisy Baby Massage @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Daisy Baby Massage
The Daisy Foundation Edinburgh

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Daisy Baby Tinies is a gentle first stage class for mum and baby introducing you to baby massage, gentle soft stretches and songs as well as tips and techniques to help settle and soothe and infant education to help you navigate those early months with your new baby. Tinies also includes social time, relaxation and a little bit of Daisy magic! A great way to meet other new mums, small inclusive classes are suitable from 6 weeks until baby is mobile. Tinies is £36 for a 6 week course, and you can book in online here: http://thedaisyfoundation.com/antenatal-classes-in-edinburgh-kathryn-lawrence/ or contact kathryn-lawrence@thedaisyfoundation.com

 

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Mother and Baby Pilates class @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

The main benefit of Pilates is that it targets the exact muscles and functions that can be a problem during pregnancy and after birth, in a safe way.

Doing regular Pilates will help:

Strengthen your abdominals muscles, which equips your body better to cope with the strains caused by the weight of your growing baby. Hormones make the tissues (ligaments) that connect your bones more pliable in pregnancy, making you more prone to injury
Reduce signs of back pain, by exercising the deepest abdominals muscles that stabilise your back and pelvis. Weak muscles can lead to back or pelvic pain.
Strengthen your pelvic floor, which will help to support your bowel, bladder and uterus (womb) as your baby grows and moves down. This may prevent you from leaking urine when you cough or sneeze.
Improve balance, as you may feel a little more clumsy, or that your balance isn’t as good as usual, in pregnancy. Pilates exercises strengthen your core and may make you more stable when you walk as your bump grows.
Take the strain off your back and pelvis, by using positions such as going on your hands and knees, which is a great position for pregnancy. Towards the end of your pregnancy, it may also help to get your baby into the right position for birth.
Relax and control your breathing, which is important for pregnancy and labour.
Exercise in general is good for you during and Post pregnancy. You should aim to do both aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking or swimming, and muscle-strengthening exercise, such as Pilates.

 

www.phpt.co.uk

Conquer Gravity @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Conquer Gravity takes your Pilates exercises principles to the next level

Want to burn up to 15% more calories per session than other forms of exercise? Are you ready to take your fitness to the next level? Then join us for a free trial session.

Conquer Gravity logoConquer Gravity has been precisely designed using principles of Pilates, Callisthenics and SuspensionTraining to develop inner core, functional strength and improve flexibility. Conquer Gravity classes will enable you to master your body, making you stronger and more confident in every facet of your life, physically and mentally.

Get Ready to Conquer!

A Conquer Gravity class using suspension equipment

The classes run every Monday at 7:35pm – 8:35pm within Physical Health Personal Training/ Pilates Studio at Tribe Porty CIC, 19 Windsor Place. Portobello. Edinburgh. EH15 2AJ

Advanced four-week block booking is essential to ensure sustainability and results. You can join at at any point within a block if there are spaces. Classes can only have 12 participants due to its level of guidance and coaching. This guidance is tailored to all levels (novice to advanced) and you don’t need to be a pilates expert to have a go! If you have attended bootcamp/metafit/Insanity fitness/circuits then this will be right up your street. Make-up class is also offered depending on availability and personal circumstances.

Please book and sign-up via our secure online booking system or call 07922202968.

Kundalini Yoga @ TribePorty White Hall
Oct 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Melanie Lee (spiritual name: Nav Shiva Kaur) is a Kundalini teacher and counsellor. Her yoga teacher training was with the Jivan Mukta Academy, which was a 220-hour course Aquarian Teacher Level 1 which meets the criteria for Yoga Alliance 200-hour accreditation. Having dabbled in Hatha and Iyengar yoga, she fell for the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of Kundalini yoga in a yurt in East Lothian. She particularly appreciated its ability to still an anxious mind, uplift low mood, improve her tall girl/runner’s inflexibility, feel holistically healthier and bring a greater clarity to life.

She is also a qualified counsellor/psychotherapist working in the NHS and in private practice. She is a member of the Mindfulness Association having done the Mindfulness Practitioner Foundation and Certificate courses. Before all of this she was an IT consultant for over a decade.

She enjoys all the constituent parts of Kundalini yoga – e.g. the physical postures, the pranayama (breath work), mantras, lifestyle suggestions, relaxation and meditation and loves the chance to share the technology of kundalini with others. She believes using ‘The Yoga of Awareness’ can help us all deal better with stressful lives and live our lives well.

Melanie offers all ability group classes, 1-1 and small group sessions within Edinburgh and East Lothian.

Classes at Tribe Porty:

Thursday 7.30-9pm upstairs in the White Hall (previous class ends 7.15pm, so please don’t arrive before 7.20pm)

Class atmosphere: Warm, inclusive (all abilities, levels of flexibility, body shapes, genders, sexualities…), a balance between focus/discipline and a gentle humour – as Yogi Bhajan said, ‘We are perfectly imperfect and imperfectly perfect.’ Our eyes are closed during many of the exercises so you can focus inward (less comparisons with others; more concentration on our own experience).

Bring: A yoga mat if you have one (there are a few available to hire at £1 per mat at the venue), a blanket (and cosy socks if you want) for relaxation, any props you need and water. Dress in comfortable clothes for yoga.

Investment: £60 for a 6 week block, £12 drop in. Cash on the day or e-mail: navshivakaur@gmail.com for payment details – paypal or bank transfer. I would be grateful if you get in contact before the class to book your mat space.

Oct
19
Fri
Creative Music Classes @ Tribe Porty
Oct 19 @ 9:30 am – 11:45 am

Creative Music Class: babies and toddlers

Babies and toddlers love music, puppets, bouncing and tickling games, rhymes, singing books, simple instruments and time with their carer just having fun. In our baby and toddler classes we combine all of these elements to make varied, fun filled sessions, which introduce all of the the basics of music making.

You will learn games and songs to enjoy with your children as they develop a musical awareness and creativity without knowing that they are learning. We use familiar nursery rhymes and songs along with material developed for the particular age groups. These encourage feeling the beat, listening skills, an awareness of musical events such as sound and silence, fast and slow, loud and soft, high and low etc. Songs learned in the appropriate vocal range for the age group encourage singing at pitch, and pop up puppets make our response songs lots of fun.

9:30 am – age 1-2

10:15 am – age 2-3

11:00 am – 0-12 months

 

Oct
16
Tue
Daisy Birthing @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Daisy Birthing Antenatal

The Daisy Foundation Edinburgh
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Daisy Birthing active antenatal classes are a practical, educational and supportive journey through pregnancy and birth to help you  enjoy a comfortable pregnancy and to feel confident about birth. The course combines gentle movement, antenatal education, breathing techniques and relaxations, and a time to bond with your bump and meet other local mums-to-be. Each block runs for 6 weeks, all birth choices welcomed and classes are suitable from 14 weeks pregnant. Each 6 week course is £60, you can check availability and book your class here: http://thedaisyfoundation.com/antenatal-classes-in-edinburgh-kathryn-lawrence/
or contact kathryn-lawrence@thedaisyfoundation.com

 

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Oct
17
Wed
Karma Yoga @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Join me for a Hatha based yoga class at the White Hall, Tribe Party on Wednesday lunchtime. Take some time out to rejuvenate, energise and bring clarity to your day.

These Karma yoga classes are running in aid of MIND, the mental health charity, with a suggested donation of £5, so by taking some time for your own wellbeing you can contribute to the wellbeing of others across the country too.

All abilities welcome, wear comfortable clothing and bring something cosy to keep you warm during relaxation. Mats are available to hire if you don’t have your own. No need to book, just come along.

Physio-Led Pilates @ White Hall, Hub
Oct 17 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Fitness Pilates @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Improve general core strength & Conditioning using all principles of Pilates.

Fitness Pilates @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 17 @ 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Improve general core strength & Conditioning using all principles of Pilates.

Oct
18
Thu
Daisy Baby Massage @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Daisy Baby Massage
The Daisy Foundation Edinburgh

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Daisy Baby Tinies is a gentle first stage class for mum and baby introducing you to baby massage, gentle soft stretches and songs as well as tips and techniques to help settle and soothe and infant education to help you navigate those early months with your new baby. Tinies also includes social time, relaxation and a little bit of Daisy magic! A great way to meet other new mums, small inclusive classes are suitable from 6 weeks until baby is mobile. Tinies is £36 for a 6 week course, and you can book in online here: http://thedaisyfoundation.com/antenatal-classes-in-edinburgh-kathryn-lawrence/ or contact kathryn-lawrence@thedaisyfoundation.com

 

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Mother and Baby Pilates class @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

The main benefit of Pilates is that it targets the exact muscles and functions that can be a problem during pregnancy and after birth, in a safe way.

Doing regular Pilates will help:

Strengthen your abdominals muscles, which equips your body better to cope with the strains caused by the weight of your growing baby. Hormones make the tissues (ligaments) that connect your bones more pliable in pregnancy, making you more prone to injury
Reduce signs of back pain, by exercising the deepest abdominals muscles that stabilise your back and pelvis. Weak muscles can lead to back or pelvic pain.
Strengthen your pelvic floor, which will help to support your bowel, bladder and uterus (womb) as your baby grows and moves down. This may prevent you from leaking urine when you cough or sneeze.
Improve balance, as you may feel a little more clumsy, or that your balance isn’t as good as usual, in pregnancy. Pilates exercises strengthen your core and may make you more stable when you walk as your bump grows.
Take the strain off your back and pelvis, by using positions such as going on your hands and knees, which is a great position for pregnancy. Towards the end of your pregnancy, it may also help to get your baby into the right position for birth.
Relax and control your breathing, which is important for pregnancy and labour.
Exercise in general is good for you during and Post pregnancy. You should aim to do both aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking or swimming, and muscle-strengthening exercise, such as Pilates.

 

www.phpt.co.uk

Conquer Gravity @ White Hall, Tribe Porty
Oct 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Conquer Gravity takes your Pilates exercises principles to the next level

Want to burn up to 15% more calories per session than other forms of exercise? Are you ready to take your fitness to the next level? Then join us for a free trial session.

Conquer Gravity logoConquer Gravity has been precisely designed using principles of Pilates, Callisthenics and SuspensionTraining to develop inner core, functional strength and improve flexibility. Conquer Gravity classes will enable you to master your body, making you stronger and more confident in every facet of your life, physically and mentally.

Get Ready to Conquer!

A Conquer Gravity class using suspension equipment

The classes run every Monday at 7:35pm – 8:35pm within Physical Health Personal Training/ Pilates Studio at Tribe Porty CIC, 19 Windsor Place. Portobello. Edinburgh. EH15 2AJ

Advanced four-week block booking is essential to ensure sustainability and results. You can join at at any point within a block if there are spaces. Classes can only have 12 participants due to its level of guidance and coaching. This guidance is tailored to all levels (novice to advanced) and you don’t need to be a pilates expert to have a go! If you have attended bootcamp/metafit/Insanity fitness/circuits then this will be right up your street. Make-up class is also offered depending on availability and personal circumstances.

Please book and sign-up via our secure online booking system or call 07922202968.

Kundalini Yoga @ TribePorty White Hall
Oct 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Melanie Lee (spiritual name: Nav Shiva Kaur) is a Kundalini teacher and counsellor. Her yoga teacher training was with the Jivan Mukta Academy, which was a 220-hour course Aquarian Teacher Level 1 which meets the criteria for Yoga Alliance 200-hour accreditation. Having dabbled in Hatha and Iyengar yoga, she fell for the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of Kundalini yoga in a yurt in East Lothian. She particularly appreciated its ability to still an anxious mind, uplift low mood, improve her tall girl/runner’s inflexibility, feel holistically healthier and bring a greater clarity to life.

She is also a qualified counsellor/psychotherapist working in the NHS and in private practice. She is a member of the Mindfulness Association having done the Mindfulness Practitioner Foundation and Certificate courses. Before all of this she was an IT consultant for over a decade.

She enjoys all the constituent parts of Kundalini yoga – e.g. the physical postures, the pranayama (breath work), mantras, lifestyle suggestions, relaxation and meditation and loves the chance to share the technology of kundalini with others. She believes using ‘The Yoga of Awareness’ can help us all deal better with stressful lives and live our lives well.

Melanie offers all ability group classes, 1-1 and small group sessions within Edinburgh and East Lothian.

Classes at Tribe Porty:

Thursday 7.30-9pm upstairs in the White Hall (previous class ends 7.15pm, so please don’t arrive before 7.20pm)

Class atmosphere: Warm, inclusive (all abilities, levels of flexibility, body shapes, genders, sexualities…), a balance between focus/discipline and a gentle humour – as Yogi Bhajan said, ‘We are perfectly imperfect and imperfectly perfect.’ Our eyes are closed during many of the exercises so you can focus inward (less comparisons with others; more concentration on our own experience).

Bring: A yoga mat if you have one (there are a few available to hire at £1 per mat at the venue), a blanket (and cosy socks if you want) for relaxation, any props you need and water. Dress in comfortable clothes for yoga.

Investment: £60 for a 6 week block, £12 drop in. Cash on the day or e-mail: navshivakaur@gmail.com for payment details – paypal or bank transfer. I would be grateful if you get in contact before the class to book your mat space.

Oct
19
Fri
Creative Music Classes @ Tribe Porty
Oct 19 @ 9:30 am – 11:45 am

Creative Music Class: babies and toddlers

Babies and toddlers love music, puppets, bouncing and tickling games, rhymes, singing books, simple instruments and time with their carer just having fun. In our baby and toddler classes we combine all of these elements to make varied, fun filled sessions, which introduce all of the the basics of music making.

You will learn games and songs to enjoy with your children as they develop a musical awareness and creativity without knowing that they are learning. We use familiar nursery rhymes and songs along with material developed for the particular age groups. These encourage feeling the beat, listening skills, an awareness of musical events such as sound and silence, fast and slow, loud and soft, high and low etc. Songs learned in the appropriate vocal range for the age group encourage singing at pitch, and pop up puppets make our response songs lots of fun.

9:30 am – age 1-2

10:15 am – age 2-3

11:00 am – 0-12 months