Pilates is a form of low-impact conditioning exercise that strengthens the core muscles of the body, in particular, the abdominal and back muscles. It can improve balance, flexibility, circulation, posture and help you to relax.
Taking part in a programme of Pilates classes can be beneficial to people who have back or neck pain, sports injuries and postural problems. It can also help people who have had orthopaedic surgery, for example, spinal surgery, hip and knee replacements, and shoulder surgery.
Pilates is increasingly being recommended by physiotherapists as a treatment to help with muscular problems, or as part of a rehabilitation programme for people who have been affected by injury, illness or disability.
Class days and times
New attendees can book an introductory session with a chartered physiotherapist. During the session you will be assessed and your goals discussed.
The classes are one-hour per week over six weeks. You will also be provided with exercises to practice at home. Participants are welcome to continue with Pilates classes here, following their initial course.
Tuesday 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Wednesday 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Thursday 5.00pm – 6.00pm and 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Course fees for 6 Pilates classes: £60
Please book your place on one of our Pilates classes by using the form below or by calling Reception on 01295 252281. Payment should be made at Reception when you arrive for your class.