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With many having to shake up their workout routines and find new ways of motivating themselves from home, there is no better time for an online Pilates class!

With many having to shake up their workout routines and find new ways of motivating themselves from home, there is no better time for an online Pilates class! Whether you are an advanced acrobat or you just fancy trying something new to stay in shape that is not pounding the pavement, Pilates is great for all levels of fitness. With 24 classes live streamed every week, we accommodate people of all ages, occupations, and genders. So, what could Pilates do for you?

 

Restorative

Pilates was originally invented by Joseph Pilate, who created a serious of movements designed to rehabilitate people from injuries. The same principles are followed today in our online classes and all over the world and regularly doing Pilates can help speed up recovery times and aids in overall muscle balance. Aside from being restorative, Pilates is almost impossible to injure oneself in and so is well suited to accident-prone adults and the elderly, or anyone who is trying to exercise with an existing injury.

 

Rebalancing

Like yoga, Pilates asks those taking part to complete movements synced with specific breathing patterns which encourages the individual to really connect with their bodies. This process not only helps the moves be performed optimally but helps people to relax and unwind by focusing just on the task at hand, eliminating the stresses and worries of the day. Whether you are working from home and need to unwind, or just need some ‘you time’, our classes run from 10 am – 6 pm, 6 days per week.

 

 Re-energise

It’s not a big secret that doing exercise release feel-good endorphins, which are more important for boosting mood and maintaining mental wellbeing. Doing regular Pilates can help boost these hormones and with restricted access to work, outside and leisure activities, it’s more important than ever to be in a positive mood.

 

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