Pilates Matwork Classes Sedentary lifestyles, stress, illness and injury can all cause imbalance in the way that we move and function. Over time, our muscles adapt to these faulty movement patterns often resulting in joints being permanently held out of alignment, correct body structure being lost and stiffness and pain becoming part of our everyday lives. Pilates is designed to bring the body back into alignment by establishing correct muscle recruitment and addresses imbalance by stretching and strengthening muscles in an 'all over body' approach. Re-educating the body in this way prevents injury which is why Pilates is considered an extremely effective method of achieving and maintaining physical fitness. Pilates is also suitable for patients recuperating from a variety of injuries and ailments such as Osteoporosis, Scoliosis, Slipped (prolapsed) or Bulging Discs.

 

 

 

Booking essential - Please contact Resident Pilates teacher Rachel Woster on 07958 140667 or rachel@pilatesinpractise.co.uk

 

Tuesday 12.30pm - 1.30pm - Beginners+ - SPACES AVAILABLE

Tuesday 1.45pm - 2.45pm - Improvers - SPACES AVAILABLE

Tuesday 6.15pm - 7.15pm - Improvers - CURRENTLY FULLY BOOKED - Please enquire

Tuesday 7.30pm - 8.30pm - Intermediate/Advanced - SPACES AVAILABLE

Thursday 5.00pm - 6.00pm - Mixed Ability - SPACES AVAILABLE

Thursday 6.15pm - 7.15pm - Pregnancy - SPACES AVAILABLE

Friday 10.30am - 11.30am - Post Natal (Babies welcome) SPACES AVAILABLE

 

Rachel also teaches private equipment classes - please contact Rachel for more information.

 

New term dates:

All Tuesday classes: 5th September - 10th October (6 week term £54)

Thursday mixed ability class: 7th September - 12th October (5 wk term £45 - no class 21st Sept)

Pregnancy class: 14th September - 12th October (5 week term £45)

Post Natal class: 1st September - 13th October (5 week term £45 - no class 22nd Sept)

 

Move GB single class rate: £10/class

 

Join at any time!

 

Rachel also offers optional classes outside of term time for those who are not affected by school holidays.