In 10 sessions you will feel the difference, in 20 you will see the difference and in 30 you will have a whole new body – Joseph Pilates.
Today millions of people with all levels of fitness practice Pilates, which is a gentle, safe, medically-approved controlled exercise that avoids the risk of injury. It can help to reshape your body which will become leaner and more toned, your posture will improve and you will learn to relax and release unwanted stress and tension.
Pilates is an excellent practice for many of our clients within the process of rehabilitation – especially it seems when it comes to recovery from episodes of back and neck pain. Our team has a fantastic eye for movement, spotting inaccuracies and imbalances, and then working on them with precision and patience until awareness and control are achieved.
The Partnership has a fully equipped Pilates Studio located on the first floor. The Physios and Pilates Teams work closely together to provide seamless input so our clients can increase their control, develop fluid integrated movement. Our own movement team can work concurrently with a client to make the connection between Pilates mat and machine work and the movement patterns of their day to day life, sports, endurance and outdoor activities.
Pilates is recognised to significantly help a wide range of conditions from back pain and aching joints to RSI and in simply transforming a body to a makeover. Slow, precise movements are combined with controlled breathing and exercises which can be targeted to specific problem areas you might have. ‘Core stability’ are words you will hear very often as Pilates works on the development of a strong and flexible body.
All teachers at The Partnership are graduates of the Body Control Pilates Association and have undertaken lengthy and vigorous training in order to complete their professional development. We work to a strict code of teaching standards and professional ethics.
We offer a variety of sessions for you to participate in at The Partnership:
- Beginners – Intensive Introduction: The intensive introduction will consist of 60 minutes private tuition learning basic Pilates principles, enabling beginners to move forward with understanding and confidence.
After completing the intensive introduction you have a number of choices to suit you:
- One-to-one: personalised individual tuition.
- Studio sessions: where you work under the direction of a teacher with individual workouts which allow safe and effective progression of your individual programme.
- Pilates classes: working in small groups in our studio at set class times. The level of the classes varies from beginners to advanced.
You will need to wear loose comfortable clothing such as track suit, leggings and t-shirt and trainers.
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