Group Matwork classes are recommended for those who like the social aspect of a class environment and who can commit to a scheduled time each week. Matwork classes use both the pilates mat, as well as small apparatus – balls, bands, rings and foam rollers – to support and challenge you.
There are currently 33 Group Matwork classes each week, and we are confident that you will find something for everyone. Classes are limited to a maximum of 6 participants, and run in blocks of 5-7 weeks, alongside the school terms, for clients to progress together through each course.
Suitable for clients of all ages and abilities, including those with minor injuries. Options will always be given, and you will be encouraged to work with your body, and choose the level most suitable to you.
Suitable for clients who have a good understanding of the Pilates principles, and are ready for a more challenging class.
Suitable for clients who have a good understanding of the Pilates principles, are injury free and ready for a challenging class, combining more advanced repertoire and choreography.
These classes will be challenging, so are only suited to clients who are completely injury free, and used to intermediate/advanced repertoire.
restore and rebalance
A slightly gentler class, suitable for anyone with limited mobility through injury, illness, age or inactivity. A series of pilates exercises and stretches to strengthen the body, improve balance and increase flexibility. Safe and beneficial for Osteopenic and Osteoporotic clients too.
bone health and balance
A fun, informative and supportive class. Suitable for all, but specifically designed to be safe and beneficial for Osteopenic and Osteoporotic clients, and for those who would like to improve their overall balance. It will include Pilates-inspired weight bearing, resistance and flexibility exercises, especially to target hips, pelvis, spine, wrists and ankles, and will also aim to improve balance through movements in standing positions.
A class suitable for clients who want to improve their sports performance and reduce the risk of injury. Whether you run, play rotational sports or swim, Pilates is a great way to increase power, speed, agility, strength and range of motion, as well as improve your lung capacity, and control stress levels, prevent injury or improve recovery after injury.
Combining the technical movement of ballet, with the precision of Pilates. Improve your alignment and flexibility with this energising full body workout. No experience required. Suitable for everyone without injuries.
Starting Pilates at a young age can help ensure children develop strong bodies, good posture, balance, flexibility, and co-ordination; all essential for everyday life and sporting activities. Other benefits include enhanced concentration and listening skills, physical wellbeing, and increased self esteem.
Suitable for boys and girls aged 7-11.
Pilates is a great way to increase self-esteem, concentration, and coordination, as well as an effective means of reducing stress. Pilates for teens also helps prevent sports injuries and helps create clarity and focus for studies, as well as improving posture, and promoting a positive self image.
Suitable for boys and girls aged 12-16.
1:1 and 2:1 sessions
Private sessions are ideal for those who would like a session designed just for their body. They are extremely beneficial for targeted results, such as, post-surgery, injury rehabilitation, athletes and performance training, and even those new to exercise.
1:1 – A session tailored to your own specific needs and goals. These goals can include increasing your overall fitness and well-being, athletic training, rehabilitation or pain management.
2:1 – Come with your partner, family member or friend. You will get a fully-integrated session, tailored to your specific needs. A great way to share the cost and keep each other motivated.
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