We teach in small exclusive classes with a maximum of 12 people, or in private sessions. Time is taken to explain and demonstrate the key points of each technique.
We do a fair amount of partner work, because that has been found to be extremely effective. We also use simple props (exercise aids) like blocks, bolsters, chairs and sticks to help students ease into the moves safely and stay there longer.
Our goal is to empower you to look after yourself, to become aware of what your body needs and how to revitalise it. At the same time, our students enjoy learning in a supportive environment.
ST Essentials for New Students
This is the prerequisite to joining our regular classes if Stretch Therapy is new to you. You will learn the essential principles of the system, cues and important points of form.
Once you have completed this course, you can attend our regular scheduled classes as well as classes in any Stretch Therapy centre in other parts of the world with confidence. Your investment is RM270 (RM230 if you're an early bird!) for 6 hours spread over 2 or 3 sessions:
a) 2 sessions of 3 hours each;
b) 3 sessions of 2 hours each.
We usually run this course on Saturday/Sunday afternoons. Please refer to our calendar above or Facebook page for the dates of our ST Essentials Course.
Stretch Therapy Classes
We have regular open classes. Private individual or group sessions can also be arranged. The fees are as follows:
We request our students to pay at least RM150 per transaction. This helps us to reduce administrative work and keep our fees reasonable. We will keep records and deduct accordingly from your balance when you attend classes.
Payments can be made directly to our bank account:
OCBC Bank Account No: 707 1293 482
Name: Stretch Therapy Centre Sdn Bhd
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In addition to Stretch Therapy, taiji and Awareness-In-Motion self-protection classes are also conducted at our boutique gym.
Registration Form for New Students
The Stretch Therapy exercise method emphasises safety and effectiveness. However, any physical exercise may result in injuries and you must inform the teacher if you have any injuries or conditions or of anything that a reasonable person would consider relevant before embarking on a physical exercise programme.