Some of our GROUP COURSES are accessible by ZOOM . If you can't make it to the Studio to practice with us you can join us virtually
Learn the basic principles of the Pilates method of body conditioning. This course is suitable if you are new to Pilates or are returning to your practice after an extended break.
Is suitable for people managing issues such as chronic fatigue, lower back pain, pelvic floor disorders, diastasis and preparation for, or recovery from, abdominal or pelvic surgery. You will learn how to activate the muscles of the core to improve spine, pelvic and shoulder girdle stability. Specific pelvic floor exercises to include Kegels and hypopressive exercises and breathing patterns to aid relaxation.
Incorporate the basic principles into a wider range of Pilates mat based exercises. This level is suitable is you are managing back pain. The exercises will focus on mobility, stability and flexibility.
Keep your spine mobile and improve your posture with specialised Pilates exercises that will increase spine stability and segmental control. This level is suitable if you are managing back pain.
This course focuses 100% on improving range of movement. It is a slow, deliberate and targeted practice grounded in the here and now. There is no spiritual side to Gravity Yoga just hard, sometimes uncomfortable and always challenging work.
Includes standing Pilates exercises that aim to improve functional strength and stability as well as challenging balance. Some mat exercises may need to be adapted if you are managing back pain.
Challenge your stability, balance and co-ordination with the addition of a large Ball to your Pilates practice. Using the large ball to sit on, kneel on and lie on while practicing your exercises will challenge your strength and range of movement adding a fun dimension to your practice
A challenging Pilates workout in terms of intensity, complexity and co-ordination. If you like your Pilates hard and fast this is the level to practice at but NOT if you are managing pain or injury.