Pilates is a method of exercise that consists of low-impact flexibility and muscular strength and endurance movements.
It is a way to stretch and strengthen your body, primarily the muscles of the core, which span from your hips to your shoulders.
The moves are adapted to work with just your body, and a floor mat is used for cushioning and support.
Learn how to strengthen the body’s “powerhouse,” which are the abdominals, lower back muscles, pelvic floor, hips and glutes.
Essential for people new to Pilates. Our Beginner classes are all about striking a balance, giving you not only a great workout but also the support, encouragement and reassurance that every beginner needs.
Three or four of these classes will get you used to the correct exercise techniques at a comfortable pace, putting you in a stronger position to tackle the steadier and tougher standard classes.
If you’re coming back to exercise after an injury, a couple of beginner sessions will help you get back in the swing of things – and prevent you from pushing too hard, too soon.
Our Core class is designed to give more attention to develop your focus on deep core muscles, the lower abdominals and the pelvic floor.
Pilates movements include these core muscles. With our instructor’s guidance, This class will focus on using Pilates for good posture and the prevention of injury.
Our Dynamic Pilates not only develops your core and pelvic floor muscle strength.It also focuses on correct shoulder, hip and spine alignment.This focus is important for good posture and the prevention of injury.
You will find pilates will affect the way you stand, sit and move. Pilates will assist rehabilitation from injury, prevention of injury, participation in sport and general health and fitness.
Why not try our new pilates flow class.It is a modern and unique combination of core strengthening and body defining moves. Our Flow class takes the traditional style of Pilates to a whole new level.
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