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Free Taster Week Coming Soon

Our classes only host 7 clients at one time. This is to ensure you receive the best quality you deserve, focusing on technique, and at a price you can afford Teachers are fully qualified with level 3 Pilates Mat qualifications, Pre and Post Natal qualifications, meditation qualifications and rehabilitation for back pain QUALIFICATIONS.

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The Importance of balance in Pilates

Balance. Body. Mind Remain in conscious control of your breathing, keep the body relaxed Keep core connection throughout poses and exercises Focus on a point with your eyes. This gives you an anchor in relationship to your body Keep your mind focused on every adjustment needed, especially more demanding poses that require more strength. Don’t try too hard. Relax and

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Tight Hamstrings

These can be a major contribution to lower back problems. Take a hamstring test? Lie on your back with your legs stretched out on the floor, arms by your sides. Raise your RT leg towards the ceiling, keeping your foot flexed. If your leg easily teaches the 90-degree angle towards the ceiling, your hamstrings are normal. If your leg reaches

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Spinal Corrector

The Spinal Corrector/Arc is a wonderful piece of equipment that perfectly aligns the spine, whilst you work out safely and effectively. You can utilise it for various methods of the pilates repertoire, and indeed have a full body workout on it or simply to facilitate spinal alignment. It is Osteoporosis safe and also for over 50’s.

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Legs up the wall

This is a restorative exercise which does not require much flexibility or strength. It is a passive pose: But the benefits are amazing! Soothes swollen and tired legs Increases circulation Facilitates Venous Drainage Relieves lower back tension

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