Course Timetable

New 6 week courses commence Monday 6th January 2020.  All courses must be booked in advance.  Six week half term courses course cost £48.  Five week weekend courses cost £40.

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday  Sat
09:30 Essential
***
Mat
**
Intermediate
****
Intermediate
****
Mat
**
 Simply 
Stretch
10:30 Intermediate
****
Essential
***
Essential
***
Essential
***
Back Care
**
 Beginners
*
11:30 Mat
**
Essential
***
Mat
**
  Essential
***
 
12:00       Ballet Barre Pilates    
13:00  

 

16:45  

    Ballet Barre Pilates  
18:00 Mat
**
Essential
***
Mat
**
Intermediate
****
Mat
**
 
19:00 Intermediate
****
Intermediate
****
Back Care
**
Mat
**

 
20:00 Beginners
*
Beginners
*
Intermediate
****
Essential
***
   


Course Suitability

Beginner (level 1)
Suitable for people who have never practised Pilates before. You will learn the basic principles of abdominal hollowing, scapula and pelvic placement, neutral spine alignment and lateral breathing. New courses start every half term. Once you have completed the beginners course you will be guided to the most appropriate level for you.
 
Mat/Back Care Pilates (level 2)
Suitable for people who have completed the beginner course. Adaptations can be made to accommodate some joint  and medical conditions at this level.
 
Essential (level 3)
Aimed at developing balance, strength, mobility and flexibility in standing as well as on the mat.
 
Intermediate (level 4)
Suitable for individuals who are ready for a challenge. You will learn more demanding and complex sequences of exercises, which will test co-ordination, flexibility, strength and stability. It is advised that you can perform the Full Roll Up and hold a full plank position with correct technique and alignment before enrolling on an Intermediate course.
 
Pre and Post Natal Pilates
Specific class suitable during and after pregnancy. Bring bump or baby along while you work on Pelvic Floor and Core strength.
 
Ballet Barre Pilates
A fun, focused standing class at the Barre that incorporates both Ballet and Pilates principles to strengthen your legs and arms. Working at the Barre will make you sweat to help burn fat while toning up.

Simply Stretch
Improve flexibility with self myofascial release using Foam Rollers and Prickle Stimulating Balls along with stretches to improve muscle length and reduce tension.