By choosing to participate in the Interval Training , Yoga or other online wellbeing, sport and physical activity session by Louisa Coutts: the participant accepts that they undertake and engage in the session without supervision, at their own risk.
Participants are encouraged to exercise common sense and always seek the guidance of a medical professional before undertaking any form of online sport and physical activity. Participants with pre-existing medical conditions, injuries or disabilities that may affect their ability to participate in the online sport and physical activity session, should seek medical advice and obtain written confirmation for their suitability to take part, before participating.
Where sessions are live or only accessible by participants at the discretion of the instructor it is the responsibility of the participant to make the instructor aware of any conditions, injuries or disabilities prior to participating in the online sport and physical activity session.
Please ensure your PARQ health questionnaires remain up to date.
Class descriptions are available within all classes.
If you are using supports or equipment for any classes you have referred to the instructions provided online and verbally, and taken the opportunity to ask questions via Kippie Lodge reception or directly with the instructor.
Ensure your environment is secure with enough space to move forward and back and safe from slipping. You screen is positioned correctly to keep head and neck in a neutral position.
Do not exercise within 2 hours of a heavy meal and take hydration during class.
Always work within your own limits, listen to your body and come out of the activity if it causes discomfort, strain or pain.
These are mild to moderate intensity classes so work within your own limits, not going beyond point of exhaustion. It is normal to develop a light sweat and become slightly short of breath but you should not become too short of breath to speak. Follow the instructors guidance on how to lower the intensity level. Always STOP if you feel unwell and seek advice.
Enjoy the class.