group pilates class

Group Pilates

Help alleviate back pain ::: Facilitates weight loss :::
Safe pre and post natal ::: Strengthening :::
Increased Vitality ::: Improves musculature tone :::  
Improves ability to perform sports,golf :::

Pilates is a body conditioning method that improves strength,flexibiilty,and posture without unnecessary strain. The exercises are performed both with and without specialised pilates equipment,using the resistance work to streamline  and strengthen the body.

Exercises are done with an emphasis on the abdominal area,breathing and controlled yet relaxed movements resulting in a strong physical centre. This core strength is essential for all kinds of movements  ranging from everyday activities to complex atheletic motions.

All classes are tailored to fit individual needs so the exercises can be as gentle or as challenging as required.Due to the efficiency of all the movements,fewer reps are required resulting in an engaging and invigorating workout.

People practice pilates for a variety of reasons ranging from reduction of pain caused by faulty alignment or injury,to pain free clients who simply want to achieve the best from their body and want a balanced and effective workout.The technique is therefore as valuable to the dancer, golfer or athlete as to the injured client. Muscular imbalances can be corrected and postural alignment improved.

It is safe to follow through pregnancy and offers a wonderful means of regaining strength and tone after the birth. Many health professionals recommend pilates as an ideal form of remedial exercise. Pilates creates recognizable change and will leave you feeling mentally and physically rejuvinated.

Please contact us if you would like to join a pilates group class. These classes are booked termly and have a limited number of places available. Please ask for current prices and class spaces ~ prices start from £6 for group pilates. We look forward to hearing from you.

Exercise intelligently the way the founder Joseph H Pilates intended.

The pilates method was originated by Joseph H Pilates (1880-1967) who was a fitness pioneer and ahead of his time. Drawing on eastern and western exercise regimes J.Pilates devised an exercise method in the early 1920's which aimed to connect mind and body in order to stimulate the neuromuscular system.

pilates teacher

Helen Otway is a highly trained and experienced teacher of both Dance and Pilates :: read biography

pilates lessons

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pilates lesson times

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