Class Timetable

Classes from 21 Jul, 2024 to 28 Jul, 2024
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
Sun 21 July11:00amIntermediate - 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.

Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Sun 21 July3:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Sun 21 July9:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Sun 21 July10:00amBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Sun 21 July2:00pmBeginners - 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.45 mins.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1721566800
Mon 22 July8:00amBeginners - 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.
Fabiana Osborne
Fabi started to practice Pilates back in Bento Goncalves, in southern Brazil when she was in her teens. Moving to Europe in her 20’s, Fabi left behind her beloved friends, dance and volleyball but brought her love of Pilates with her. She lived and worked in Lisbon, Bologna and Paris before eventually settling in London.
 

Fabi describes her teaching style as gentle but with purpose, dynamic and challenging. She is hands-on in correcting posture and alignments, focusing on breathing, control and precision of the movements. Fabi’s aim is for people to come out of her class feeling proud of how far they pushed themselves and excited about their next class.

 

The benefits of applying movement as a form of therapy is something Fabi has first-hand experience of. She firmly believes that exercise helped her cope mentally and physically when she went through cancer treatment herself, and it’s what inspired her to specialise in Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation.

 

Away from the Pilates studio Fabi enjoys spending time with her family, expanding her knowledge of healthy eating, brewing kombucha, listening to Jazz and exploring the English countryside.

Ten - CityBook Now1721631600
Mon 22 July1:15pmBeginners - 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.
Santiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Mon 22 July12:15pmIntermediate - 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. 
Fabiana Osborne
Fabi started to practice Pilates back in Bento Goncalves, in southern Brazil when she was in her teens. Moving to Europe in her 20’s, Fabi left behind her beloved friends, dance and volleyball but brought her love of Pilates with her. She lived and worked in Lisbon, Bologna and Paris before eventually settling in London.
 

Fabi describes her teaching style as gentle but with purpose, dynamic and challenging. She is hands-on in correcting posture and alignments, focusing on breathing, control and precision of the movements. Fabi’s aim is for people to come out of her class feeling proud of how far they pushed themselves and excited about their next class.

 

The benefits of applying movement as a form of therapy is something Fabi has first-hand experience of. She firmly believes that exercise helped her cope mentally and physically when she went through cancer treatment herself, and it’s what inspired her to specialise in Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation.

 

Away from the Pilates studio Fabi enjoys spending time with her family, expanding her knowledge of healthy eating, brewing kombucha, listening to Jazz and exploring the English countryside.

Ten - CityBook Now1721646900
Mon 22 July7:00amIntermediate - 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.

Fabiana Osborne
Fabi started to practice Pilates back in Bento Goncalves, in southern Brazil when she was in her teens. Moving to Europe in her 20’s, Fabi left behind her beloved friends, dance and volleyball but brought her love of Pilates with her. She lived and worked in Lisbon, Bologna and Paris before eventually settling in London.
 

Fabi describes her teaching style as gentle but with purpose, dynamic and challenging. She is hands-on in correcting posture and alignments, focusing on breathing, control and precision of the movements. Fabi’s aim is for people to come out of her class feeling proud of how far they pushed themselves and excited about their next class.

 

The benefits of applying movement as a form of therapy is something Fabi has first-hand experience of. She firmly believes that exercise helped her cope mentally and physically when she went through cancer treatment herself, and it’s what inspired her to specialise in Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation.

 

Away from the Pilates studio Fabi enjoys spending time with her family, expanding her knowledge of healthy eating, brewing kombucha, listening to Jazz and exploring the English countryside.

Ten - CityBook Now1721628000
Mon 22 July2:15pmIntermediate - 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. 
Santiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

Ten - CityBook Now1721654100
Mon 22 July11:00amTen Stretch - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
London’s first Reformer-based stretch class. And one of the most effective stretch classes around. Improve all-round flexibility and mobility, with specific focus on the areas that are most under stress from today's sedentary and desk-bound working lives. No specific level of fitness or experience is required. So if you are learning to move again after an injury, lack flexibility around the spine, knees, hips and shoulders or are just looking for a safe, expert and intensely effective stretch class, this is the class for you.
Fabiana Osborne
Fabi started to practice Pilates back in Bento Goncalves, in southern Brazil when she was in her teens. Moving to Europe in her 20’s, Fabi left behind her beloved friends, dance and volleyball but brought her love of Pilates with her. She lived and worked in Lisbon, Bologna and Paris before eventually settling in London.
 

Fabi describes her teaching style as gentle but with purpose, dynamic and challenging. She is hands-on in correcting posture and alignments, focusing on breathing, control and precision of the movements. Fabi’s aim is for people to come out of her class feeling proud of how far they pushed themselves and excited about their next class.

 

The benefits of applying movement as a form of therapy is something Fabi has first-hand experience of. She firmly believes that exercise helped her cope mentally and physically when she went through cancer treatment herself, and it’s what inspired her to specialise in Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation.

 

Away from the Pilates studio Fabi enjoys spending time with her family, expanding her knowledge of healthy eating, brewing kombucha, listening to Jazz and exploring the English countryside.

Ten - CityBook Now1721642400
Mon 22 July10:00amIntermediate - 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.

Fabiana Osborne
Fabi started to practice Pilates back in Bento Goncalves, in southern Brazil when she was in her teens. Moving to Europe in her 20’s, Fabi left behind her beloved friends, dance and volleyball but brought her love of Pilates with her. She lived and worked in Lisbon, Bologna and Paris before eventually settling in London.
 

Fabi describes her teaching style as gentle but with purpose, dynamic and challenging. She is hands-on in correcting posture and alignments, focusing on breathing, control and precision of the movements. Fabi’s aim is for people to come out of her class feeling proud of how far they pushed themselves and excited about their next class.

 

The benefits of applying movement as a form of therapy is something Fabi has first-hand experience of. She firmly believes that exercise helped her cope mentally and physically when she went through cancer treatment herself, and it’s what inspired her to specialise in Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation.

 

Away from the Pilates studio Fabi enjoys spending time with her family, expanding her knowledge of healthy eating, brewing kombucha, listening to Jazz and exploring the English countryside.

Ten - CityBook Now1721638800
Mon 22 July5:00pmBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Mon 22 July6:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Mon 22 July7:00pmBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

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Tue 23 July8:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

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Tue 23 July12:15pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

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Tue 23 July1:15pmIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721736900
Tue 23 July4:00pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721746800
Tue 23 July6:00pmBeginners - 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.
Dario Genovese
Dario has always had compassion for others. Driven by his desire to help people improve their quality of life, he has worked hard over the years to develop his skills in order to make this his career.

After graduating with his Sport and Exercise Science degree in Rome, Dario took the opportunity to complete his European Master of Science in Health and Physical Activity, which allowed him to study the principles of exercise therapy in the clinical environment. Through this, he came to understand just how beneficial exercise medicine is in multiple areas – from the improvement of mental health and the preservation of cognitive function in later life to the prevention and management of cardiovascular and respiratory conditions.

To expand this knowledge and deepen his understanding of these conditions, Dario trained further with a BACPR course, liaising with other professionals at the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust at the same time to improve his ability to apply cardiac rehabilitation principles in everyday practice.

Using this experience, Dario always looks for the best possible ways to enable clients to achieve their goals, and overcome any barriers and limitations they may be experiencing as a result of life-changing events.

Ten - CityBook Now1721754000
Tue 23 July7:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Dario Genovese
Dario has always had compassion for others. Driven by his desire to help people improve their quality of life, he has worked hard over the years to develop his skills in order to make this his career.

After graduating with his Sport and Exercise Science degree in Rome, Dario took the opportunity to complete his European Master of Science in Health and Physical Activity, which allowed him to study the principles of exercise therapy in the clinical environment. Through this, he came to understand just how beneficial exercise medicine is in multiple areas – from the improvement of mental health and the preservation of cognitive function in later life to the prevention and management of cardiovascular and respiratory conditions.

To expand this knowledge and deepen his understanding of these conditions, Dario trained further with a BACPR course, liaising with other professionals at the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust at the same time to improve his ability to apply cardiac rehabilitation principles in everyday practice.

Using this experience, Dario always looks for the best possible ways to enable clients to achieve their goals, and overcome any barriers and limitations they may be experiencing as a result of life-changing events.

Ten - CityBook Now1721757600
Tue 23 July5:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721750400
Tue 23 July7:00amBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721714400
Tue 23 July11:00amIntermediate - 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.

Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721728800
Tue 23 July10:00amBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721725200
Wed 24 July6:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityJoin Waitlist1721840400
Wed 24 July7:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721800800
Wed 24 July8:00amBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721804400
Wed 24 July12:15pmIntermediate - 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. 
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721819700
Wed 24 July1:15pmIntermediate with Jumpboard
Adding a Jumpboard to our Reformers brings plyometric and cardio benefits to Dynamic Pilates. This is an unapologetically demanding workout, so expect to sweat, and feel your legs (and lungs) burning.
 
You should already be attending our Intermediate or Advanced Reformer Pilates classes in order to join this class.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721823300
Wed 24 July7:00pmBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1721844000
Wed 24 July4:00pmIntermediate - 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. 

Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1721833200
Wed 24 July11:00amBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721815200
Wed 24 July5:00pmBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1721836800
Wed 24 July10:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721811600
Wed 24 July2:15pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721826900
Thu 25 July8:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721890800
Thu 25 July1:15pmIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721909700
Thu 25 July6:00pmBeginners - 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.
Sahara Elliot
Sahara grew up dancing competitively, leading her to have a career in being a dance instructor. With 10 years of instructing dance under her belt, she decided to make the leap into exercise and fitness. Following the completion of a personal training program, Sahara has taught a variety of HIIT and strength classes. She values the knowledge of controlling movement, and assuring the best outcome for clients.

 

Recently, Sahara moved from Vancouver, Canada to London for a change of pace. She is now training in a local dance company, as well as taking her fitness knowledge further with Pilates. As she has been doing pilates for 5+ years, she wanted to become more well-versed in all types of fitness and thought that the control and strength you have to do in a pilates class was beneficial for every person.

 

Sahara’s goal is to assure every person who comes in feels comfortable and excited, regardless of experience. Making fitness a welcoming place has been the goal for the last few years, as she knows stepping out of your comfort zone can be scary. She loves to keep her energy high and create a fun environment to be in.

Ten - CityBook Now1721926800
Thu 25 July7:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Sahara Elliot
Sahara grew up dancing competitively, leading her to have a career in being a dance instructor. With 10 years of instructing dance under her belt, she decided to make the leap into exercise and fitness. Following the completion of a personal training program, Sahara has taught a variety of HIIT and strength classes. She values the knowledge of controlling movement, and assuring the best outcome for clients.

 

Recently, Sahara moved from Vancouver, Canada to London for a change of pace. She is now training in a local dance company, as well as taking her fitness knowledge further with Pilates. As she has been doing pilates for 5+ years, she wanted to become more well-versed in all types of fitness and thought that the control and strength you have to do in a pilates class was beneficial for every person.

 

Sahara’s goal is to assure every person who comes in feels comfortable and excited, regardless of experience. Making fitness a welcoming place has been the goal for the last few years, as she knows stepping out of your comfort zone can be scary. She loves to keep her energy high and create a fun environment to be in.

Ten - CityBook Now1721930400
Thu 25 July12:15pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721906100
Thu 25 July5:00pmIntermediate - 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.

Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721923200
Thu 25 July4:00pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721919600
Thu 25 July7:00amBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721887200
Thu 25 July11:00amIntermediate - 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.

Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721901600
Thu 25 July10:00amPrenatal
Our Prenatal Dynamic Pilates class is a specifically designed, safe pregnancy workout for women in their 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimester. Women in their 1st trimester are also welcome in our Beginners reformer classes, but please consult with a TenPilates trainer before booking.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721898000
Fri 26 July8:00amBeginners - 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.
Rosie Fuller
Growing up in a ‘fitness fanatic’ household, Rosie was exposed to the importance of movement, wellness and vitality before she could even walk.
 

In search of a form of exercise that would provide Rosie with the feeling she was looking for, she found Pilates. Rosie lives by ‘mind body connection’ . She wanted to explore her fascination for physical development as well as the importance of a positive self-image.

 

Gaining the right qualifications was a necessary step in her decision to create change, alongside her unwavering belief in leading by example.

 

Join Rosie on her mission to make a difference in your life through establishing lasting practical habits. She will help you achieve proper movement capacity whilst enjoying consistent fun and engaging experiences to ensure the quality of life you deserve.

Ten - CityBook Now1721977200
Fri 26 July11:00amBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721988000
Fri 26 July12:15pmIntermediate - 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.

Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721992500
Fri 26 July10:00amAdvanced - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
This Advanced Pilates class is set to push experienced Ten faithfuls to new levels. Not for the inexperienced or unfit. 55 mins.
Santiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

Ten - CityBook Now1721984400
Fri 26 July1:15pmBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1721996100
Fri 26 July2:15pmIntermediate - 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.

Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1721999700
Fri 26 July6:00pmBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1722013200
Fri 26 July5:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1722009600
Fri 26 July7:00amIntermediate - 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.

Rosie Fuller
Growing up in a ‘fitness fanatic’ household, Rosie was exposed to the importance of movement, wellness and vitality before she could even walk.
 

In search of a form of exercise that would provide Rosie with the feeling she was looking for, she found Pilates. Rosie lives by ‘mind body connection’ . She wanted to explore her fascination for physical development as well as the importance of a positive self-image.

 

Gaining the right qualifications was a necessary step in her decision to create change, alongside her unwavering belief in leading by example.

 

Join Rosie on her mission to make a difference in your life through establishing lasting practical habits. She will help you achieve proper movement capacity whilst enjoying consistent fun and engaging experiences to ensure the quality of life you deserve.

Ten - CityBook Now1721973600
Sat 27 July9:00amBeginners - 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.
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1722067200
Sat 27 July10:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

Ten - CityBook Now1722070800
Sat 27 July2:00pmBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

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Sat 27 July3:00pmIntermediate - 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.

Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1722088800
Sat 27 July11:00amBeginners - 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.
Christopher Mandac
With 15 years in the fitness industry, Chris has a multitude of disciplines which he draws upon to create bespoke sessions for his clients that adapt to their lifestyle and personalities.
 

Before joining Ten, Chris was a personal trainer at one of the top luxury health clubs in London; his clients ranged from corporate office workers to semi-pro athletes, and everyone in between. He prides himself on remaining agile by making his sessions different every time, to keep clients interested and present.

 

Functional movement is at the core of Chris’ sessions, as he believes the foundations of our body should be strong and stable in order for us to progress and improve over time. This is why he is always looking to expand movement patterns to compliment these foundations. He enjoys disciplines such as Animal Flow,Yoga, meditation and Calisthenics, as he feels these contribute to his personal goal of being an all-round movement enthusiast.

 

We know clients want to feel and look good but many of them are unaware of the effects of modern-day life and how it can impact their bodies and health. Therefore, Chris believes it is more valuable for him to help clients gain control over their body and mind, this way they can become better movers in all aspects of their life beyond just training. Chris’ classes will always be filled with energy, positivity and he will give you the drive to get you where you want to be. We are all a constant work in progress, so there is always room for improvement, let’s put in the work together.

Ten - CityBook Now1722074400
Sat 27 July1:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Alexia Scott
Alexia is originally from France where she started to do different sports at a young age. She used to ski, swim and started her dance training alongside those activities.

 

Her dance background includes mostly Ballet but also Jazz and Contemporary dance. She trained professionally in Ballet, first in Lyon-France, before moving to London in 2014 to pursue her professional training and started her dance career. She participated in workshops in Austria, Switzerland, France and England where her dance journey allowed her to meet and dance for different choreographers. She was first introduced to the Pilates Method after an injury and used the method as rehabilitation. She then kept this as a part of her dance training as she found this really interesting to see and understand the mechanism of the body and how to look after it. The method is also a very good way of keeping a healthy lifestyle but also preventing injury and reduces pain.

 

She completed her Pilates Matwork Course with Body Control Pilates in 2020.

 

To deepen her knowledge in human’s body mechanism and ho to look after it, she qualified as an assisted stretchtologist where the main focus is to release tensions and body tissues through exercises of assisted stretches.

 

She has found in Pilates a better mind and body awareness as well as a way to improve people’s posture. She also likes to combine her exercises while incorporating the Alexander technique (a method that she herself undertook as part of her rehabilitation after her injury). Alexia’s classes are built to guide people, encourage them, help them reaching their goals and challenge them in their progression. Her Favourite part of the job is to see people smiling and laughing!

 

When Alexia is not working at the studio, you will most likely find her doing more exercises outdoor such as running with her Spaniel, enjoying good food from different market places or visiting and discovering more places.

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Sun 28 July11:00amIntermediate - 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.

Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1722160800
Sun 28 July3:00pmIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1722175200
Sun 28 July9:00amIntermediate - 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. 
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1722153600
Sun 28 July10:00amBeginners - 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.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1722157200
Sun 28 July2:00pmBeginners - 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.45 mins.
Beth Stoddart
Beth began her career in Pilates through her training as a Dancer. She has been dancing for many years in a variety of styles such as Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Beth carries her love for movement and creativity, as well as the discipline, determination and hard-work required as a dancer through all aspects of her life and work. During her time studying dance at university, Beth completed modules in dance science and physiology, which further developed her understanding of the body from an anatomical perspective. This helped her to condition her body effectively to be fit for dance, but also increased her awareness of injury prevention. This led to a greater interest and understanding of fitness, with Pilates being the most beneficial form of exercise that supplemented Beth’s training as a dancer.
 

Beth loves the technique in Pilates and believes the traditional Pilates principles of Flow, Precision, Control, Concentration, Centring and Breathing are what makes Pilates stand out as a form of exercise. The level of focus and control required in a class enables the mind to become wholly present and in tune with the body and breathing. The result is a strengthening and empowering workout for both the mind and body.

 

Beth has been teaching Pilates in a variety of settings, from small gyms, to leisure centres, corporate organisations, and classes and at community events. She loves to teach and connect with people, always providing a kind, welcoming environment to ensure everybody can benefit from the class and feel comfortable to achieve their best. Her focus is to provide a safe but effective workout, building strength and control for the deep stabilising muscles to support everyday movement. She is passionate about injury prevention and wants to help people feel strong and empowered in their bodies.

Ten - CityBook Now1722171600