1-2-1 Pilates and Online Performance Pilates Classes

Pilates is a form of exercise, developed by Joseph Pilates, which emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness in order to support efficient, graceful movement.

The focus of Pilates is correct movement, quality not quantity, core stabilisation and postural correction. One of the main benefits of Pilates, from a Physiotherapist’s perspective, is that the technique can be successful in correcting muscle imbalances. These imbalances are caused by us overusing certain muscles whilst others are neglected and become underused. 

Online Performance Classes are aimed at runners and cyclists to maximise your performance potential, optimise your recovery from injury, reduce injury risk and help you achieve your goals.

Beginners Class focus on movement and control, working on body awareness with the aim to keep you mobile and active.

Class times from wk beg 12th October:

Tuesdays 7.00 - 8.00am

Wednesdays 11.00am - 12 noon - Beginners

Thursdays 7.30-8.30pm

We also offer a 1-2-1 face to face 60-minute session in the clinic!

Performance Pilates is designed for fit, healthy and active individuals.

Sessions are tailored specifically to you and the biomechanical requirements of your sport.

Performance Pilates is designed to be used as part of your strength and conditioning training to help prevent injuries, target muscle imbalances and improve overall performance.

  • Improve posture
  • Help reduce pain
  • Increase flexibilty
  • Improve core strength
  • Boost stamina
  • Increase energy levels
  • Increase muscle power
  • Improve balance, co-ordination and circulation

1-2-1 face to face sessions with Kate Disley - £48 for 60-mins

Online Performance Pilates Classes - £8 per session or pay monthly £30 per month for all sessions. If you can't access the live session at the specified time you will have access to the recording for 6 days.

Book online here

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