Private and group Pilates classes, equipment based or on the mat.
They are designed to meet your personal needs and goals, from building muscle strength, improve posture, flexibility and lessen muscle tension or simply staying active. Being a very precise discipline, one-on-one pilates sessions bring a number of benefits as there is more engagement from the trainer to the clients’ specific areas of improvement.
Our reformer group classes are limited to six participants. They are challenging and in a fun group setting. These classes incorporate the basic principles of pilates and they are grouped in different levels depending on the fitness level of the participants, as well as on the degree of difficulty of the exercises. Please note that in order to join a reformer group class for the first time, you must have completed the Intro Pack, which consists of two private sessions plus one group class. The intention of this package is to introduce participants to the method but most importantly, to teach them the anatomy of the machine, safety measures and how to adjust settings on their own.
Mat pilates classes are just as effective as any other form of pilates executed on an apparatus, just different. Occasionally these classes incorporate props like fit ball, fitness circle, roller, stability or medicine ball just to add more challenge and fun to the repertoire.
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Pilates Private and Duo classes via prior appointment. See 'Booking Session' for availability and bookings.
Reformer, mat and barre in-studio and online group classes, as well as privates and duos.
Group Reformer Classes
Group Mat Classes
Duo Reformer and Mat classes
Group Barre Classes
Founder, Pilates Instructor
Pilates / Barre Instructor
What is Pilates?
Joseph Pilates was the creator and promoter of the Pilates method. Pilates is a series of movements that are aimed to strengthen the core, correct posture and add mobility to the body. Although the movements may look simple they take a lot of precision to perform. “You are only as young as your spine is flexible” (Joseph Pilates)
For many reasons… They say “sitting is the new smoking”. Backed up by a series of research, it has been found that sitting for hours is detrimental for the human body; poor body posture that leads to impaired lung efficiency, poor oxygenation of the brain and body, compromised circulation, stiffness in back and neck muscles, just to name a few. On top, our busy lifestyles and often lack of engagement into our own well being takes us to put physical activity as the last item of our to-do list. Pilates’ benefits are numerous, and when it comes to sitting for long hours it is one of the most comprehensive workouts to counterbalance the problem:
- Builds core stability by increasing muscle strength, particular the abdominals, back muscles, hips and buttocks
- Encourages mind-body connection and awareness. As it requires certain concentration, there is not much chance for your mind to get side tracked while performing it
- Helps stress management and relaxation
- Builds a balanced body improving flexibility and mobility of your spine and the whole musculoskeletal system
- It is gentle yet challenging as it uses your own bodyweight for resistance (mostly in Mat Pilates)
- Improves lung capacity and encourages blood and oxygen flow through deep breathing
- Increases body awareness and body posture. Good body posture can consequently help improve self confidence