Physiotherapy Led Pilates
Our Physiotherapy led Pilates classes are suitable for beginners to intermediate levels. Pilates is brilliant for body shaping, toning, and developing muscular endurance. More importantly, it is a great way to improve your core strength and stability of the spine/pelvis, posture, and flexibility/mobility of the body; all essential in preventing or reducing your risk of back and neck pain and other muscle/joint problems.
There are many Pilates classes but from our experience quality is key. We are proud to offer classes run by Chartered Physiotherapists in small groups to ensure high quality teaching and close supervision.
Get involved and join us for a free ‘taster’ session, or give us a call to discuss whether or not this class suits your needs and goals.
Pilates for Beginners
Monday 12pm & Wednesday 5:30pm
The Physiotherapy led Pilates Beginners class is suitable for participants that have little to no experience with practicing Pilates. The instructor will guide you through learning the basics of core strength and stability, flexibility, and postural control, combined with essential breathing techniques.
Pilates for Intermediates
Monday 1pm & Wednesday 6:30pm
The Physiotherapy led Pilates Intermediate class is suitable for participants that are have a good understanding of basic Pilates exercises and breathing techniques and are looking to challenge themselves to the next level. The instructor will guide you through exercises and movements patterns that are slightly higher in intensity, duration, and coordination.
The Physiotherapy led Dynamic Pilates class is suitable for both beginners and intermediate levels as exercises will be modified for each individual. This class is more suited for participants who are generally healthy and looking to improve their movement restrictions. This class is a mixture of traditional Pilates incorporating core strength and stability and postural work on the mat, alongside ‘yoga-like’ movement based exercises to improve flexibility and mobility of the entire body. The class aims to improve the functional movement of the spine, joints, and muscles of the body, allowing you to move freely and efficiently.