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TOTAL THERAPY STUDIOS

Horsham’s wellness, therapy and corrective exercise centre
UPDATED: 2ND SEPT

Timetables

Classes at Total Therapy we created as an extension of our therapy and has grown into one of the largest providers of mind and movement classes in the country. All of our instructors are mutli-disciplined who each bring their wide knowledge base and skill set to every class based on the latest research in their field. It is our aim to share this knowledge with you and offer bespoke classes each week teaching the basic principles of breath, awareness, movement and biomechanics, with individual correction and guidance to deliver a unique Pilates or Yoga Experience that suits you and your body.





Classes sizes are small (maximum of 10) and are categorised to suit specific need and goals. Our online questionnaire and assessment (if required) fits you to the class that will benefit you the most. This could be if you're recovering from surgery or injury, recurring pain or stiffness, or just want to learn how to get the best out of your overworked - or underword - mind and body.

We aim to bridge that gap between exercise and medicine in an environment that feels like neither!

If you'd like to access our online system

You can log onto Pike 13, our online class management system by following this link. Please note, it's only available to clients who we've spoken to about doing classes with us before. If you're not an existing client and would like to take part in classes then please complete our questionnaire so you can join us.

Class descriptions

Not sure what class you're looking for? That's fine. We've included lots of information about the type of classes we offer, and these are at the bottom of the page. You can click here to quickly zip down to this bit.



Our three timetables

To help you find the class you're looking for we've split our timetable up into Pilates and movement classes (face-to face and online), Yoga classes (again face-to-face and online), and equipment studio classes. You can follow the quick links to these to scroll straight down to the timetable you're looking for.

Pilates Classes

Follow this link to scroll down to our our Pilates and movement classes that take place in our studios in Denne Parade, our site in the Carfax and online.
Yoga Classes

Follow this link to see our Yoga classes that we hold. Again, these are either in our studios in Denne Parade, the Carfax or online.
Equipment Studio

New for 2021, follow this link for all of our scheduled group sessions in our new equipment studio
A FULL RANGE OF MOVEMENT CLASSES

Pilates and Movement
This timetable shows all of our classes that are fundamentally based around Pilates. These are generally held in Denne Parade, however some take place in Carfax, and we've also a range of online classes too. Carfax classes are shown in a darker shade with the small 'Cfax' logo in the top right, and online classes have the small webcam log and are in pink.


MONDAY
9.00am
Clinical Pilates
For all
Marina
STARTS SEPT
9.30am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sophie
10.45am
Clinical Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Sophie
11.00am
Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Paula
11.00am
Functional Pilates
Level 2
Tammy
12.00pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 0 / 1
Sophie
12.15pm
Pilates
Level 2
Paula
STARTS SEPT
17.00pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Sarah Littleford
STARTS SEPT
18.15pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sarah Littleford
19.30pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sarah Littleford
19.30pm
Movement Health
Level 2 / 3
Jack
TUESDAY
9.15am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Wendy
9.30am
Pilates and Stretch
Level 2
Viv
10.30am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Sarah Littleford
11.45am
Clinical Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Sarah Littleford
STARTS 31ST AUG
13.00pm
Low Intensity Interval Training
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
14.00pm
Fundamental Pilates
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
15.30pm
YogaLates
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
18.00pm
Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Tammy
18.00pm
Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Paula
STARTS SEPT
19.15pm
Strength and Conditioning
For all
Tammy
STARTS SEPT
19.15pm
Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Paula
STARTS SEPT
WEDNESDAY
8.00am
Pilates
Level 2
Tammy
9.30am
Trigger Point Pilates
Level 2
Beth
10.15am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Marina
STARTS 1ST SEPT
10.45am
Trigger Point Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Beth
11.30am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Marina
STARTS 1ST SEPT
12.30pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Sdm
STARTS 15TH SEPT
17.00pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Sdm
18.15pm
Clinical Pilates for Pain Management
For all
Sdm
STARTS 15TH SEPT
THURSDAY
9.30am
Trigger-point Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Beth
9.30am
Pilates and Stretch
Level 2
Viv
9.45am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sarah Littleford
10.45am
Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Viv
11.00am
Clinical Pilates
Level 1 / 2
Sarah Littleford
STARTS 2ND SEPT
11.45am
Movement Health
Level 1 / 2
Jack
18.00pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sdm
18.00pm
Clinical Pilates
Level 2 / 3
Sdm
FRIDAY
9.30am
Clinical Pilates
Level 2
Wendy
9.30am
Movement Health
Level 2 / 3
Jack
10.45am
Movement Health
Level 1 / 2
Jack
SATURDAY
8.00am
Animal Flow
Level 2
Tammy
9.00am
Strength and Conditioning
All
Tammy
9.00am
Pilates
For all
Instructor Rotation
10.15am
Pilates
For all
Instructor Rotation
FACE-TO-FACE YOGA AND ONLINE YOGA

All of our Yoga Classes
This timetable shows all of our Yoga classes. These are either in the Carfax (shown in purple with 'Cfax' icon), at Denne Parade (in green), or online (which are highlighted in pink, with an small webcam icon).


MONDAY
9.30am
Fundamental Yoga
For all
Ali
STARTS SEPT
18.15pm
Active Yoga for Stength and Mobility
Improvers
Annja
STARTING OCT
19.30pm
Slow Yoga for Flexibility and Rest
For all
Annja
STARTING OCT
TUESDAY
18.30pm
Chat with Nat
Natalie
19.00pm
Yin and Yoga Flow
Improvers
Annja
19.45pm
Yoga Breathwork for Calming the Nervous System
All
Natalie
WEDNESDAY
9.00am
Active Yoga for Strength and Mobility
Improvers
Ali
12.45pm
Fundamental Yoga
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
14.00pm
Slow Yoga for Mobility and Flexibility
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
15.15pm
Still Yoga for Rest and Relaxation
All
Ingrid
STARTS SEPT
17.30pm
Subtle Yoga for Mobility and Flexibility
For all
Nat
18.00pm
Subtle Yoga for Mobility and Flexibility
For all
Alice
STARTING SEPT
19.00pm
Subtle Yoga
Improvers
Nat
19.15pm
Still Yoga for Rest and Relaxation
For all
Alice
STARTING SEPT
20.30pm
Still Yoga Nidra
All
Nat
THURSDAY
12.30pm
Slow Yoga for Flexibility
For all
Annja
STARTS OCT
18.00pm
Fundamental Yoga for Posture and Alignment
For all
Tish
STARTS SEPT
19.15pm
Fundamental Yoga for the Spine
For all
Tish
STARTS SEPT
FRIDAY
9.30am
Still Yoga Relax and Restore
For all
Jo
STARTS SEPT
10.45am
Subtle Yoga for Movement and Mobility
For all
Jo
STARTS OCT
19.00pm
Monthly Masterclass with Nalini
See what's on page for details
Michelle Nalini
STARTS OCT
SATURDAY
TBD
Monthly Yin Masterclass
See what's on page for details
Annja
STARTS OCT
SCHEDULED GROUP SESSIONS

Our new Equipment Studio
This timetable shows all of our scheduled group sessions in our Equipment Studio. These can be booked via our online booking system, or via reception. If you're looking for one-to-one, or one-to-two sessions, then please get in contact so we can discuss availablity and find a time for you.


MONDAY
9.30am
Group Session
For all
Sdm
12.00pm
Group Session
For all
Tammy
TUESDAY
10.30am
Group session
For all
Wendy
13.00pm
Group session
For all
Sarah Littleford
19.15pm
Group session
For all
Sarah Littleford
ALTERNATE WEEKS
19.30pm
Group session
For all
Viv
ALTERNATE WEEKS
WEDNESDAY
9.00am
Group Session
All
Sdm
10.30am
Group Session
For all
Sarah Littleford
THURSDAY
10.45am
Group Session
All
Beth
13.15pm
Group Session
All
Viv
18.00pm
Group Session
All
Wendy
FRIDAY
11.30am
Group Session
All
Tammy
SATURDAY
DIFFERENT CLASSES FOR DIFFERENT NEEDS

Class descriptions

With all of our classes, the most important thing for us is that it's right for you. We've shared some information about our classes below, and if you're new to us then we can expand further when we call to discuss you joining us. As always, if you're looking for more information, then just get in contact.


"SO WHAT IS IT EXACTLY”?

Pilates
Pilates is a series of non impact exercises designed by Joseph Pilates to improve strength, stability, balance, posture and movement awareness (proprioception). Its basic principles reply on finding and connecting to the core structures of the body (the torso) to rebalance the load and biomechanical stresses on the body created by poor movement habits.

The level of a class dictates the speed and difficulty of the session, with lower levels suited to beginners or those with more sedentary lifestyles, movement restrictions or poor body awareness.
“BUT I HURT!”

Clinical Pilates
This is a form of movement therapy based on the principles of Joseph Pilates repertoire and combines this with the latest research in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, rehabilitation, exercise physiology biomechanics and pain management. These classes are directed by instructors with a clinical background and exercises are adjusted and modified to suit each individual based on their clinical needs. These classes often utilise trigger point balls, prickle balls and foam rollers to release or restore muscles and connective tissues. Class levels are based on severity of condition or movement dysfunction, with lower levels suited to those in acute pain, or clinical movement impairments and higher levels suited to those recovering from injury and prevent recurrence of pain.
“OOOH THAT’S NEW!”

Trigger-point Pilates
Combines Joseph Pilates repertoire and the principles of myofascial release and trigger point therapy to release tension and stiffness in the muscles throughout the class. The class utiliises soft prickle balls which help release tight muscles by targeting the connective tissue that surrounds every muscle and joint to restructure its pliability and function. These classes are suitable for all, but not for those in acute pain or with clinical considerations.
I'M SO UNFIT THOUGH

Low intensity interval training
LIIT training is similar to high-intensity interval training because it follows an intense exercise period followed by a slower-paced recovery period. However LIIT removes the impact and increases the recovery period for a far more pleasurable experience. Even though HIIT has long been deemed one of the best ways to lose weight, it’s been found that low intensity exercises are just as effective, with the latest evidence suggesting that regular sessions could be lower blood pressure, improve bone and muscle health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

These classes are great for those who want to improve their fitness in a controlled way. A great compliment to Pilates and Yoga and suitable for anyone who struggles with adverse effects from faster paced cardio classes.
“SAY WHAT NOW?”

Animal Flow
Animal Flow is a ground based movement class based on the 7 primal movement patterns of Twist, Push, Pull, Bend, Squat, Lunge, and Gait that develop in utero and infancy (and get lost in adulthood) and draw from elements from yoga, pilates gymnastics, Parkour, hand balancing, circus art, body weight training and break dancing. This super fun class is designed to gently load the different body joints and move in all three different planes (sagittal, frontal and transverse) to get a physical and neurological response that improves strength, mobility, flexibility, stability and coordination without taxing your central nervous system like a heavy lifting session will. This class is suitable for beginners to animal flow, but not suitable for beginners to exercise or those with acute pain.
“I'M READY TO MOVE”

Active Yoga
Active Yoga - using the principles of hatha, vinyasa and yoga flow, and for optimum strength, mobility and flexibility - suitable for those wanting to build on their yoga practice.
“SOMETHING WE ALL NEED”

Still Yoga
Still yoga – using the principles of Restorative Yoga and yoga nidra for rest and relaxation.
"LET'S GO BACK TO BASICS"

Fundamental Yoga
Fundamental Yoga – Based on the principles of Hatha yoga for to those wanting to go back to basics and learn or fine tune the asana’s (postures) and the practices of breath, and meditation. These classes focus on technique, correction and awareness and are suitable for beginners and improvers alike.
"ESSENTIALLY YIN”

Slow Yoga
Slow yoga – based on the practice of Yin Yoga for muscle release, posture re-setting and relaxation - suitable for anyone wanting to release muscle tension and improve flexibility.
“OOOH THAT FEELS NICE”

Subtle Yoga
This is based on the principles of somatic movement and hatha yoga for a softer yoga practice incorporating breathwork and relaxation - suitable for people with sedentary lifestyles, chronic pain and or stiffness and stress and anxiety.
BACK TO BASICS

Fundamental Yoga
Based on the principles of Hatha yoga for to those wanting to go back to basics and learn or fine tune the asana’s (postures) and the practices of breath, and meditation. These classes focus on technique, correction and awareness and are suitable for beginners and improvers alike.