Pilates is a body conditioning method that works in a different way to other fitness techniques. It targets the deep postural muscles, by building strength from the inside out. Pilates rebalances the body by bringing it into correct alignment. The approach is slow and controlled, giving long term results.
Who can do Pilates?
Pilates is suitable for anyone, from the first time exercisers to Olympic sports people, helping re-shape your body, improving your posture and relieving stress and tension. Pilates is particularly recommended by medical specialist for any one with back problems and is also an ideal regime for injury rehabilitation.
How is it taught?
At Therapeutics we take exercise seriously. We know the benefits of proper exercise, but we also know the pitfalls of unsupervised, haphazard efforts. Our courses will give you a real understanding of the concepts behind both forms of exercise. Our organised programme of mat work classes will allow you to develop your proficiency in a controlled environment in small numbers with a highly qualified professional. http://youtu.be/EBoSy1RrwX4
How do I sign up?
Each Pilates course begins with a one-to-one private session. Pilates offers both mental and physical training and this first private session allows our Pilates instructor to explain the basics in full, and to prepare you for mat work classes.
Pilates Class Timetable
You are required to have an initial induction prior to joining a Pilates class this is 1:1 for 1 hour and costs £45. Classes costs £11 each. Pilates courses are block booked and paid for 6 weeks in advance, at a cost of £66. There is also an option to pay for 12 weeks up front at a cost of £121 so you get a class for free.
Classes are very popular and limited to a maximum of 12 people for Pilates. If you would like to find out availability or to book an induction for Pilates please do not hesitate to contact us on 02380 653707 or by email.