Did you start January 2020 with great intentions of signing up for Pilates and now its February – where did the time go?
Do you still feel stiff, have a sore back, tight hips, have problems with stability?
Its not too late to sign up to any of my classes:
Tuesday evening Mixed Ability – 6 – 7pm
Wednesday Intermediate Plus – 8.45 – 9.45am
Thursday Intermediate – 8.45 – 9.45am
Thursday Basic/Rehab – 10 – 11am
Contact me for more information on which class would suit you bes
This winter stay healthy using the Pilates method as a natural preventative measure to keep yourself warm inside and out, and keep your immune system boosted. Pilates has sound science-based effects on the internal systems as much as it does the musculoskeletal system. Yes, it will make us look good – tighten abs, lengthen the spine, improve posture. But the unseen, deep and health providing effects of doing Pilates are immeasurable. Pilates exercises, while including the maj
Next week kicks us off to a start with two fantastic juices to look forward to after your pilates class – The Morning coffee and The Joseph – packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that make for a great liver cleanse and a citrus based juice that will give your metabolism a jump-start. The four workshops this week will focus on a few fundamentals of Pilates – Breathing, Concentration, Centring and Alignment. Whilst breathing is the essence of life itself it
Come and join us outside for the Summer Pilates Workshops being held in Chatillon. The classes are all based on different aspects of Pilates from breathing and relaxation to strengthening your core muscles and re-balancing your body. Each of the workshops will be between 45-60 minutes and they will be repeated at least twice during the summer so if you cant make one date hopefully you will be around for a different one. A glass of juice will be provided at the end of each cla
In one word….YES! Whether you want to compete or just want to improve for leisure Pilates has been proven to help sports performance. By focusing on specific movements related to your chosen sport, breaking these movements down into simpler bio-mechanical events (building blocks) and working on how these are used and combined, Pilates can be instrumental in improving your stability, flexibility and strength in these areas. In my Pilates for Performance classes I work on thes