• 5 Day Tone Up January 12, 2021
    This 5-session course is a great way to re-introduce yourself to Pilates after a break, whether because of a holiday or an injury. The sessions are short (average duration 15 minutes) so you can easily fit them in to a busy day. Pilates is known for helping people develop both strength and flexibility and this ...
  • Dec 20 1 Hour Workout December 20, 2020
    This one hour workout, taken from one of our LIVE Intermediate Zoom classes provides a serious challenge to most people working at Intermediate level. However as an on-demand course you can take the class at your own pace, stopping and starting the video to suit your ability and fitness. If you are relatively new to ...
  • Dec 20 30 Min Workout December 20, 2020
    This half hour whole body workout is suitable for most people, and whilst some of the exercises are more demanding than others, you can always modify if necessary. The class starts with some upper body exercises that can be done either standing (as shown) or if preferred, whilst sitting in a hard chair. We then ...
  • Plantar Fasciitis December 20, 2020
    Plantar Fasciitis is one the most common cause of heel pain.  There are a variety of reasons why you might get Plantar Fasciitis but tight hamstrings, calves or Achilles tendon are major contributors. Rolling a tennis ball under the foot can certainly help relieve the pain, as can a number of Pilates exercises that help ...
  • Intermediate 1 Hour Workout November 24, 2020
    This challenging one hour work out offers a full body workout, with particular emphasis on the abdominals, obliques, lower back and glutes. It is ideal for those working at an Intermediate level in Pilates or for Riders looking to develop their flexibility and fitness. Around 1 hour of video instruction. £10 If you’ve already already purchased this course ...
  • Reduce Pain & Increase Flexibility November 22, 2020
    Pilates is for EVERYBODY. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, athletic or stiff as a board, total beginner, or an old hand at Pilates. Pilates is a gentle (yet powerful) form of exercise that allows you to improve your suppleness and fitness regardless of your starting point.  In this 5 session course we ...
  • 5 Day Core Challenge November 10, 2020
    The Core, or ‘Powerhouse’ as it is frequently referred to in Pilates as our entire central unit between our lower ribs and the bottom of our pelvis. So it includes all of the muscles responsible for the stabilisation of our spine and pelvis. If our Core is weak, or our pelvis unstable we can suffer ...
  • Stretches October 6, 2020
    Pilates is known for helping people develop both strength and flexibility. The following set of Pilates stretches includes exercises that increase the flexibility of the back, shoulders, neck, front- of body, side of body, hamstrings, and hips The strength part of the stretch and strength equation is very important—it’s what helps maintain physical integrity and alignment ...
  • Psoas October 3, 2020
    The Psoas (pronounced so-ass) is an incredibly important muscle that many people don’t think about, but stretching and strengthening the Psoas can make all the difference to our well-being. If you have low back pain, hip pain, or various other tightness and stress in your body, stretching and/or strengthening the Psoas can potentially completely fix these ...
  • Exercises for the Psoas October 3, 2020
    Although the Psoas is a really important muscle, it is also relatively unknown. You cannot see the Psoas and as it does not appear on surface muscles of the body charts, many people have only a vague idea of where it is located.  If you have low back pain, hip pain, or various other tightness and ...