Class Timetable

Classes from 30 Jul, 2021 to 06 Aug, 2021
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
Mon 02 August8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Mon 02 August10:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Mon 02 August12:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Mon 02 August1:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Mon 02 August5:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Maya Culin
Maya has always had a passion for movement, starting ballet classes at just 3 years old. What she didn’t know then was that this would spark the beginning of a lifelong movement and fitness journey.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Maya had been a ‘Peak Performance’ student, training seriously in dance whilst attending secondary school. She was first introduced to Pilates and the Reformer as part of her early dance training programme, and the strength and body awareness she gained from Pilates practice soon became obvious. As is common with dancers, Maya underwent rehabilitation for an injury and attributes Pilates and cross-training to her speedy recovery. Through this experience, she came to understand the importance of maintaining a strong core and using the right muscles correctly and effectively to prevent injury, pain and imbalance.

Maya moved to London in 2016 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. She obtained her Diploma in Professional Dance from Performers College and has embraced life in London, which she now calls home. Upon graduating, Maya’s growing interest in health and fitness led her to continue her education and gain qualifications in Personal Training, Group Exercise and Indoor Cycling.

Maya’s experience teaching dance has helped her to establish a fun, positive, approachable teaching style that is goal-oriented, and she strives to create a space to learn without fear of judgement. Maya is always excited to work with others on their fitness and health journeys.

When Maya is not helping clients achieve their fitness goals, she can be found dancing and creating choreography that inspires her.

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Mon 02 August6:30pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Maya Culin
Maya has always had a passion for movement, starting ballet classes at just 3 years old. What she didn’t know then was that this would spark the beginning of a lifelong movement and fitness journey.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Maya had been a ‘Peak Performance’ student, training seriously in dance whilst attending secondary school. She was first introduced to Pilates and the Reformer as part of her early dance training programme, and the strength and body awareness she gained from Pilates practice soon became obvious. As is common with dancers, Maya underwent rehabilitation for an injury and attributes Pilates and cross-training to her speedy recovery. Through this experience, she came to understand the importance of maintaining a strong core and using the right muscles correctly and effectively to prevent injury, pain and imbalance.

Maya moved to London in 2016 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. She obtained her Diploma in Professional Dance from Performers College and has embraced life in London, which she now calls home. Upon graduating, Maya’s growing interest in health and fitness led her to continue her education and gain qualifications in Personal Training, Group Exercise and Indoor Cycling.

Maya’s experience teaching dance has helped her to establish a fun, positive, approachable teaching style that is goal-oriented, and she strives to create a space to learn without fear of judgement. Maya is always excited to work with others on their fitness and health journeys.

When Maya is not helping clients achieve their fitness goals, she can be found dancing and creating choreography that inspires her.

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Tue 03 August7:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 03 August8:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

Ten - St James'sBook Now1627974000
Tue 03 August12:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 03 August1:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 03 August4:30pmAdvanced - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
This Advanced Pilates class is set to push experienced Ten faithfuls to new levels. Not for the inexperienced or unfit. 
Rafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Tue 03 August5:30pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Rafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628008200
Tue 03 August6:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Rafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Wed 04 August8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Wed 04 August10:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628067600
Wed 04 August12:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Wed 04 August1:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Wed 04 August5:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Maya Culin
Maya has always had a passion for movement, starting ballet classes at just 3 years old. What she didn’t know then was that this would spark the beginning of a lifelong movement and fitness journey.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Maya had been a ‘Peak Performance’ student, training seriously in dance whilst attending secondary school. She was first introduced to Pilates and the Reformer as part of her early dance training programme, and the strength and body awareness she gained from Pilates practice soon became obvious. As is common with dancers, Maya underwent rehabilitation for an injury and attributes Pilates and cross-training to her speedy recovery. Through this experience, she came to understand the importance of maintaining a strong core and using the right muscles correctly and effectively to prevent injury, pain and imbalance.

Maya moved to London in 2016 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. She obtained her Diploma in Professional Dance from Performers College and has embraced life in London, which she now calls home. Upon graduating, Maya’s growing interest in health and fitness led her to continue her education and gain qualifications in Personal Training, Group Exercise and Indoor Cycling.

Maya’s experience teaching dance has helped her to establish a fun, positive, approachable teaching style that is goal-oriented, and she strives to create a space to learn without fear of judgement. Maya is always excited to work with others on their fitness and health journeys.

When Maya is not helping clients achieve their fitness goals, she can be found dancing and creating choreography that inspires her.

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Wed 04 August6:30pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Maya Culin
Maya has always had a passion for movement, starting ballet classes at just 3 years old. What she didn’t know then was that this would spark the beginning of a lifelong movement and fitness journey.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Maya had been a ‘Peak Performance’ student, training seriously in dance whilst attending secondary school. She was first introduced to Pilates and the Reformer as part of her early dance training programme, and the strength and body awareness she gained from Pilates practice soon became obvious. As is common with dancers, Maya underwent rehabilitation for an injury and attributes Pilates and cross-training to her speedy recovery. Through this experience, she came to understand the importance of maintaining a strong core and using the right muscles correctly and effectively to prevent injury, pain and imbalance.

Maya moved to London in 2016 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer. She obtained her Diploma in Professional Dance from Performers College and has embraced life in London, which she now calls home. Upon graduating, Maya’s growing interest in health and fitness led her to continue her education and gain qualifications in Personal Training, Group Exercise and Indoor Cycling.

Maya’s experience teaching dance has helped her to establish a fun, positive, approachable teaching style that is goal-oriented, and she strives to create a space to learn without fear of judgement. Maya is always excited to work with others on their fitness and health journeys.

When Maya is not helping clients achieve their fitness goals, she can be found dancing and creating choreography that inspires her.

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Thu 05 August7:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 05 August8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 05 August12:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628161200
Thu 05 August1:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Greg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628164800
Fri 06 August8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Fri 06 August12:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628247600
Fri 06 August1:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 
Jennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

Ten - St James'sBook Now1628251200