We offer a variety of classes to suit different levels – use the guide below to help you decide which is the one for you.
Rise & shine (mixed abilities)
If you’re willing to get to the studio by 7:30am, you’re already part of an elite group! This class will start slowly, and focus on rejuvenating and energising movements to set you up for the day. Challenges will be tailored to those in the room on the day.
Beginners / back-care
This class is a great option if you’re new to Pilates and need to build your strength or familiarise yourself with the exercises. It’s designed to only include movements that you can do with confidence, taking into account any health conditions or injuries, particularly those affecting your spine and lower back. Challenges are included, but within a range that keeps you safe and supported.
6pm & 7pm Mondays
9am, 10am & 6pm Tuesdays
7pm & 8pm Wednesdays
10am & 6pm Thursdays
If you’ve done Pilates before, you’re familiar with the fundamentals, and you don’t have any back problems, then come along to the intermediate class. We’ll tackle a wide variety of exercises to challenge your strength and flexibility, including some of Joseph Pilates’ original repertoire.
1pm & 8pm Mondays
5:15pm Tuesdays (45min)
12pm & 6pm Wednesdays
9am & 7pm Thursdays
In our Mixed Abilities classes, the challenges will be tailored to people attending. If you fancy a bit of an extra challenge, but you’re not quite ready for an intermediate class, Mixed Abilities is a great option. Our teachers can always offer you modified versions of exercises to suit your level and ability.
12pm Mondays (45min)
1pm Wednesdays (45min)
Pilates is a fantastic way to support your body through pregnancy. The care and attention paid to posture in Pilates is even more important as your body changes to accommodate your baby.
You are welcome to attend beginner’s/back-care classes during your pregnancy, but some adaptations will be needed. We therefore ask that you get in touch to book a 1:1 session before joining a class, so that you can familiarise yourself with what to do and what to avoid.
After giving birth, it’s important to exercise in a way which supports your body’s recovery. Pilates can be adapted to ensure that you move safely, taking to account the stress that your abdominal muscles have undergone. Pelvic floor tone is subtly regained through postural awareness and low-impact exercises.
New Post-natal courses beginning soon – please get in touch if you are interested in joining.
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If you’re still not sure which class type will suit you, feel free to get in touch – you may wish to book a 1:1 to help you to determine which level you should start at.