Pilates is a safe and challenging workout for all fitness levels and abilities. The foundation of Pilates is to increase the strength of the deep abdominal and back muscles. They work in tandem with the muscles of the trunk to support the spine and increase ease of movement. As your core strength develops, the stability throughout your entire torso will increase. This additional stability is just one of the ways Pilates can help people of all ages overcome back pain. As the trunk becomes more stabilized, pressure on the back is relieved and the body is able to move freely and efficiently.
Mat Pilates; Mondays 7.30pm Level 1.
Tuesdays 9.30am Level 1.
Fridays 9.30am Level 2 / 10.30am Beginners Pilates.
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New to Pilates? This is the perfect place to learn all the basics and take it at your own pace. If you have done some Pilates but just want to enjoy taking it a little easier, this is also the class for you! Friday mornings 10.30am at St Anne's Tennis Club
Level 1/ 2 Class
A small group that is suitable for those who have done at least 6 months of PIlates and are not injured. We follow the classic Pilates repertoire but with the added spice of using mixed equipment such as the band, light weights, small ball or the magic circle all of which will enhance your Pilates practice.