Whether you've never tried Pilates before, or if you're looking for an advanced programme using gym balls, Theraband and other equipment, we probably have a daytime or evening class that's right for you!




  • Introductory  – a low level programme to learn the basics. This is also suitable for pregnant women. Close supervision is provided.
  • Basic these classes are low level and suitable for those fairly new to Pilates or those who like to keep things simple and concentrate on low level stability
  • Improvers - these classes are aimed at those who understand the terminology, have taken some Pilates lessons and who are progressing from a basic class
  • Mixed/general - these classes will have a mix of levels. It may be that the time suits you best. Most exercises will be able to be performed at a lower or higher level so the class will be suitable for a wide range of people.
  • Intermediate/advanced - these classes are aimed at those looking to progress or maintain a higher level of core stability. Any injuries will have largely subsided or be controllable. Although alternatives may be given, exercises will be more challenging and maybe at a faster pace or higher endurance.
  •  Slow and steady - for those who want to go at a slower pace
  •  Antenatal – suitable for all stages of pregnancy
  •  Postnatal - to help women back into shape after childbirth 

  • Seated - for those who struggle to get on and off the floor
  • Pilates for neurological problems - a small group aimed at those with multiple sclerosis, parkinsons disease, post stroke etc., who may benefit from gentle exercise with the guidance of a physiotherapist.

Our Pilates classes are run as a course, generally following a school term - about twelve weeks. We try to be flexible so, if you can't attend a class, it may be possible to come to another of a similar level during that term. Our swap a class system should make that an easy process.

Your health might change during a course. You might injure or re-injure yourself, you may develop a problem that could affect your ability to exercise, or you might become pregnant, (though we certainly don’t treat this as a problem!)

If something happens, please let us know: we’ll adjust your course so you carry on getting the best from it.
 

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