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Pilates

What is Pilates?

Pilates is a whole body exercise specifically designed to strengthen your body, while providing muscle flexibility & joint mobility. It promotes balance muscle development and efficiency of movement while focussing on breath, mindfulness and control.

 

It is one of the safest and gentlest ways to condition your body, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that it is easy!

 

The benefits of Pilates include:

  • Improve core strength and stability
  • Improve joint mobility and stability
  • Improve posture
  • Injury prevention and rehabilitation
  • Enhance balance and coordination
  • Improve body & mind connection

Which type of Pilates is right for me?

We offer a number of Pilates options with Pilates Instructor Anne Heuperman from Mountain Pilates. For specific Physiotherapy run classes see Physio Exercise Class (click here).

Mat Pilates

A creative flowing class focusing on whole body strength, mobility, alignment and posture. The exercises progress during class and are done lying, sitting, kneeling and standing.

 

You will leave feeling rejuvenated, relaxed and centred while knowing that you’ve worked. Best for those of you who are free from injury.

 

Class size is capped at 12 to ensure no body goes unnoticed.

Equipment Pilates

Equipment Pilates will give you a highly personalised program that incorporates the Pilates equipment including the reformer, trapeze table and wunda chair.

 

Ideal for those of you with specific movement needs or goals, with classes limited to 3 participants.

 

For those recovering from injury, the Physio Exercise Classes may be a more appropriate starting option for you (click here).

Booking Details

How do I start?

For Equipment Pilates we require you to have Pre-Pilates assessment to discuss your specific needs and goals and work with you to design your Pilates program. For the Mat class this may not be required. Please contact us or Anne directly for more details.

 

What should I bring?

Wear comfortable clothing and clean socks to Pilates. We recommend you avoid clothes with chunky zips, buckles, belts and hood which may become caught in the equipment. Grippy Pilates socks are available for purchase at both of our clinics.

 

What does it cost? 

We have a range of pricing options, including packages and concession prices. Please speak to our reception staff for more info.

 

Current timetable

 Sessions are available at different times throughout the week and for those who would prefer to attend privately, 1:1 sessions can be arranged at a time convenient. Please contact us for more details or see Anne’s class timetable here.

 

Please note: Pilates Classes with Mountain Pilates are not claimable under private health extras cover. Physio Exercise Classes and Circuit Groups are claimable under certain private health extras cover (click here for more info).

 

Please contact us for more details or to book your initial appointment.