We’ll see you there.
You know, it can be pretty hard to get back into the exercise routine. Some of us were exercise junkies before summer came and ruined everything.
And then, of course, some of us have stepped into a gym a grand total of one time.
Sometimes you just need that push to show you that, honestly, exercising actually CAN be fun. It doesn’t have to be the gruelling task that you think it’s going to be, and you’ll pretty quickly start to enjoy it. At least, that’s what we’ve been told.
Luckily for us, there’s a workout event this weekend that we think is going to be the perfect introduction into exercise life. Two weeks later and our bodies will look like they’ve been carved by the gods themselves.
Well, maybe not. But that’s okay. Really all we want is to be able to breathe after a fifty-metre run for the bus.
This Sunday, Movement+ are putting on two workout classes at the Cliff Townhouse in Stephen’s Green (that location though). There are two workout options – a yoga class at 11am or a pilates class at noon.
Seems to us like a perfect, relaxing (sort of) start to Sunday morning. You know, give the sun its salutations and all that.
But, ladies. As if we’d get out of bed on a Sunday if there wasn’t food involved. AS IF.
The tickets for this include a scrumptious brunch to tuck into once you’re done with your exercising. There are some lovely egg dishes this week to refuel on. Pretty crucial tbh.
We took part in the Movement+ event two weeks ago at Opium and it was fab. Great location and some top quality tunes to exercise to. We felt properly worked out afterwards and the brunch (buddha bowls that time) was delish.
Everyone was also given some lovely workout goodies at the brunch and there will be goodies shared out this week too. Amazing.
To sign yourself up for a little workout and, most importantly, food and treats, you can buy tickets for the event here.
This workout morning is in no way just for the exercise fanatics out there. It’s for people of all shapes and sizes. So don’t be worrying that you’re too out of practice, because god knows we are.