Pilates is a unique exercise system designed to stretch and strengthen the entire body while calming and quieting the mind.
Developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s, the method uses specially designed equipment as well as traditional mat work to restore and strengthen musculoskeletal balance. Practicing Pilates with a well-trained teacher will improve your posture and core stability, increase flexibility, develop long lean muscle tone and even help you sleep better!
Pilates is also ideal for specific rehabilitation of many injuries and conditions. Large numbers of physiotherapists, chiropractors and medical practitioners recommend studio Pilates for rehabilitation purposes.
Group Pilates classes are an enjoyable, affordable way to experience Pilates exercise and are suitable for uninjured people wanting the general health and fitness benefits that Pilates provides.
Pilates Mat and Small Apparatus classes incorporate safe yet effective exercises using your own body weight and the small Pilates apparatus (magic circles, resistance bands, foam rollers, exercise balls and more).
Pilates Reformer classes are a fun, flowing workout using the Pilates reformer that will challenge and stretch your body in ways it's never experienced before! Class size is strictly limited so advance bookings are essential.
Clients new to Pilates should complete one Introduction to Pilates class before joining our other group classes. An Introduction to Pilates is not necessary for students with prior Pilates experience or for those commencing Pregnancy Pilates classes.
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Studio lessons are highly personalised. They are taught one on one or in semi-private lessons with 1-4 students per instructor.
The sessions combine exercises on specially designed Pilates equipment and mat repertoire to give you a uniquely tailored workout.