It’s no secret that women have unique physiological and psychological needs, and there’s a new health, wellness and mindfulness space where the holistic wellbeing of women takes centre stage. Introducing Her Wellness Club, Singapore’s first members-only destination tailored exclusively for women at every age and phase of life. From personalised Pilates classes to mindfulness practices and workshops, freshly prepared meals and nutrition guidance, this new members club and Pilates studio in Singapore is dedicated to supporting women wherever they’re at in their health journey.
Breaking free of the confines of a traditional gym or spa, the exclusive sanctuary offers transformative wellness experience for those seeking respite from the demands of modern life and enhanced physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.
Brought to you by Pilates Connect – the go-to for premier Pilates studios in Singapore – Her Wellness Club features a private kitchen with chef and barista services, a mindfulness space, co-working lounge and dedicated Pilates studio. You’ll also find expert partners offering on-site physiotherapy and osteopathy treatments and one-on-one life and career coaching sessions.
We chat to founders and mother-and-daughter duo HOCK KUAN, ex-CEO of Temasek Trust, and LI JUN, executive director of Pilates Connect, to find out more about the benefits of this newly launched Pilates studio and mindfulness space for women in Singapore.
Be among the first to experience Her Wellness Club! Book your spot here for the Open House on Sunday 14 January to explore the state-of-the-art facilities. Join a mini Pilates class or mindfulness session, enjoy a nutritious meal from the club’s personal chef and find out more about the amazing services on offer. Limited spots available.
The benefits of this mindfulness space and Pilates studio in Singapore
#1 A Pilates studio in Singapore for women at different life phases
“A woman’s body undergoes hormonal-led transformations at various points in her life. It’s not easy to keep up with these changes while juggling multiple responsibilities,” says Li Jun, mum of an 18-month-old baby: “Led by certified and experienced instructors, our Pilates studio in Singapore is fully equipped with Balanced Body apparatus and props and caters to women’s changing needs.”
In addition to private and duet sessions, Her Wellness Club offers small group classes such as PMS Pilates and Movement for Menopause. There are also signature programmes and workshops for prenatal, postnatal, working women and those entering peri-menopause and menopause. Each Pilates class has been developed in-house by a team of instructors who specialise in movement for women’s health. They’re led by Audrey D’cotta, co-founder of The Moving Body and The Movement Academy in Singapore.
#2 Mindfulness practices, a powerful tool for self-care
“Modern women are under pressure from careers, child-rearing and other forms of caregiving. Together with internal hormonal changes and imbalances, these external pressures can increase stress levels and affect mood adversely,” says Hock Kuan. “Developing practical mindfulness skills can help you navigate life’s challenges with resilience and inner calm.”
From weekly guided mindfulness meditation group class, to beginner-friendly workshops and one-on-one coaching, Her Wellness Club partners with the Centre for Mindfulness to offer a range of stress-relieving mindfulness practices. Each one is evidence-based and grounded in clinical psychology and neuroscience research.
#3 Nutritional support and healthy meals
“We all know that healthy eating is important. But with all the trending diets, the tasty but unhealthy food available and hectic schedules, very few women have the energy, time and discipline to do the full research and meal prep to help them maintain or meet their weight management goals,” says Li Jun.
Thankfully, Her Wellness Club makes it easy to make consistently healthy choices. After your Pilates class, enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast and lunch from Monday to Friday at this private kitchen in Singapore. Together with accredited dietician Jaclyn Reutens, the club menu offers delicious and satisfying recipes. Examples include a ‘forest and field’ risotto, summer rice rolls and a seafood and turmeric fennel stew.
To better understand the importance of food on health, mood and energy levels, members can also join nutrition talks and cooking workshops. Or book a one-to-one nutrition consultation to pave the way for healthy eating habits!
#07-13 Regency House, 123 Penang Road
8912 4123 | herwellnessclub.sg
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