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Pilates Classes

“In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 you’ll see the difference, and in 30 you’ll have a new body.”
— Joseph Pilates
Benefits of Pilates

Pilates is classed as a muscle-strengthening activity, which can help you maintain a healthy weight. Classes can vary in intensity: they can be gentle, or dynamic and offer a solid workout. If you want to lose weight, you're advised to combine pilates with a healthy diet and some aerobic activities, such as swimming, walking and cycling

Pilates is a proven method of exercise that involves slow and precise movements which focuses on realigning joints and strengthening and rebalancing muscles.

Here are some of the ways in which consistently attending Pilates sessions can benefit you:

  • corrects misalignment, reducing the risk of wear and tear and risk of injury and back pain

  • prevents and manages low back pain

  • reshapes the body, creating longer, leaner and more toned muscles

  • increases flexibility and balance

  • strengthens your deep postural muscles 

  • aligns and strengthens your spine, pelvis, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles

  • improves your posture and body awareness

  • more mobile joints and stronger bones

  • the use of controlled breath helps to undo physical tension helping to reduce stress and anxiety

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... but don't just take my word, please come and try a class for yourself. 

Beginner & Improver Classes

The Beginners class is for those of you who want to start a new journey into Pilates. No previous experience of Pilates is needed to attend. It is a great class to join if you want to learn about the fundamentals of Pilates, breathing and alignment, and to introduce you to some gentle exercises so is suitable for all ages and levels. 

Classes are of small groups keeping the class informal and relaxed and are designed to give you a personalised and balanced all body work out; focusing on strengthening your core muscles, increasing mobility and flexibility; and giving you better posture. 

If you wish to try a class please book a 'Taster' session - (one per new client)

Classes can be booked in a block of 6 £50 (valid for 8 weeks)

By booking a block you are able to join the class at the beginning of a term with other students and build your experience and knowledge.

Pre & Post Natal Pilates Classes

These classes are specially designed for antenatal and postnatal ladies, so I can focus specifically on exercises that will benefit your body at this important time. I am fully qualified in this area and have undergone dedicated training. The classes are always kept small.  You will be required to complete the Medical Questionnaire before attending (please see below)

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My Story

After many years of interest in Pilates, I have been fortunate to turn my passion into a career. I have had great insight into how to keep you motivated to achieve your goals.

As a Qualified Level 3. Member of CIMSPA. Mat Pilates Teacher Qualified in Pre & Postal Pilates.

I will safely guide you towards a healthier lifestyle.

Through working with a diverse group of clients, as an experienced instructor I understand every body is unique in capabilities, and each person has their own specific goals.

I will teach and guide you safely through each class providing variety and modifications. 

When you join I will construct a learning plan for you with a training schedule according to your fitness, experience and provide goals that will mean you see positive changes in no time at all!​

 

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Frequently asked questions?

 

  1. What to Wear and Bring to the Session? 

  2. How Many Times a Week Should I Do Pilates? 

  3. Will I Lose Weight with Pilates? 

  4. What is the Difference Between Pilates and Yoga? 

  5. Can I Do Pilates While Being Pregnant? 

  6. When Should I Start Pilates after Pregnancy? - Post Natal Pilates

  7. I’m brand new to Pilates can I join your classes?

  8. I have an injury can i still do Pilates?

  9. I’m not very flexible can I still do Pilates?​

  10. Am I too old to do Pilates?

  11. Can men do Pilates?

  12. Do I need to book in advance or can I just turn up?

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