Online Class Timetable

Classes from 27 May, 2020 to 03 Jun, 2020
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
Wed 03 June12:00pmRehab Pilates Circuit
A small class led by a Physiotherapist, specifically designed for clients with specific injuries, weaknesses or those that want to work on technique. Slower paced than our standard classes, and using traditional Pilates equipment, each client is given a highly specific and personal series of exercises that will aid recovery, improve body awareness, symmetry and reduce the chance of future injuries.
Kim Hannessen
Growing up in Australia, Kim played any sport available, from tennis, basketball, calisthenics to athletics. At the age of twelve her mum made her choose two sports she enjoyed most to continue with long term, which ended up being softball and netball. A few years later, playing competitive level in softball she developed an awareness for exercise and rehabilitation and, it’s where her interest in anatomy and physiology started.
 

Kim completed her first degree in Human Movement and Sports Science in Adelaide. Her course provided valuable exposure to populations needing lifestyle modifications and health awareness, along with the opportunity to help them. The experience inspired Kim to complete a further degree in Exercise Physiology. She then worked for two years in Australia with a variety of populations suffering from chronic musculoskeletal and clinical conditions prescribing exercise to individuals with co-morbidities, including cardiovascular, metabolic and respiratory conditions.

 

Kim joins the TenClinical team after four years experience working in the NHS at Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital and brings a wealth of experience in clinical exercise prescription. This included specialised experience in diabetic populations, where she found particular satisfaction in helping her patients improve blood glucose profiles and reducing/prevent the need for further medication.

 

Kim loves helping her clients achieve their goals, big or small, and seeing the physical and mental differences these successes can make. She is massively client-focused and is an advocate of incorporating exercise into daily living whilst keeping it enjoyable. She enjoys nothing more that proving to people that you are never too young, too old or too ‘unfit’ to exercise.

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Tue 02 June12:00pmSpecial Event: AdvancedAdam Hewitt
Adam has always been passionate about health and wellness. His skillset ranges from training high performance athletes through to clinical rehabilitation.

Always with a smile on his face you can guarantee Adam will be committed and detailed in his approach to reach your health and fitness goal. And with a background in corrective exercise, you will be training in the way that’s best for you.

Adam participated in a variety of sports from athletics, rugby, judo and football – all at county level – before coaching and then studying for an Honours degree in Sports and Exercise Science.

Adam graduated in 2007 and went on to train high performance tennis players at a top tennis academy in Surrey, working closely with physiotherapists and tennis coaches.

Always keen to continue learning (and equally keen to continually push himself) Adam went on to complete a Masters in Strength and Conditioning at Middlesex University in 2013 graduating with Merit, whilst also working full time at a Tennis Academy.

Clinical exercise prescription and rehabilitation quickly became a love for Adam. Before joining the Ten team in 2017, he managed a rehabilitation company on Harley Street specialising in cancer and cardiac care.

You’ll rarely see Adam without a theraband in his hand. He loves corrective functional exercise, and his classes combine an infectious energy and sense of fun with a depth of technical knowledge – and always with functional fitness as the end goal.

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Mon 01 June12:00pmRehab Pilates Circuit
A small class led by a Physiotherapist, specifically designed for clients with specific injuries, weaknesses or those that want to work on technique. Slower paced than our standard classes, and using traditional Pilates equipment, each client is given a highly specific and personal series of exercises that will aid recovery, improve body awareness, symmetry and reduce the chance of future injuries.
Kim Hannessen
Growing up in Australia, Kim played any sport available, from tennis, basketball, calisthenics to athletics. At the age of twelve her mum made her choose two sports she enjoyed most to continue with long term, which ended up being softball and netball. A few years later, playing competitive level in softball she developed an awareness for exercise and rehabilitation and, it’s where her interest in anatomy and physiology started.
 

Kim completed her first degree in Human Movement and Sports Science in Adelaide. Her course provided valuable exposure to populations needing lifestyle modifications and health awareness, along with the opportunity to help them. The experience inspired Kim to complete a further degree in Exercise Physiology. She then worked for two years in Australia with a variety of populations suffering from chronic musculoskeletal and clinical conditions prescribing exercise to individuals with co-morbidities, including cardiovascular, metabolic and respiratory conditions.

 

Kim joins the TenClinical team after four years experience working in the NHS at Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital and brings a wealth of experience in clinical exercise prescription. This included specialised experience in diabetic populations, where she found particular satisfaction in helping her patients improve blood glucose profiles and reducing/prevent the need for further medication.

 

Kim loves helping her clients achieve their goals, big or small, and seeing the physical and mental differences these successes can make. She is massively client-focused and is an advocate of incorporating exercise into daily living whilst keeping it enjoyable. She enjoys nothing more that proving to people that you are never too young, too old or too ‘unfit’ to exercise.

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Fri 29 May9:00amOnline Mat Pilates ClassElina Patrou
Elina holds an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, a BA Hons in Dance from London Studio Centre and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance. She trained in Advanced Mat Pilates with Stott, attending further education in Pre and Post Natal Pilates and received her Pilates Equipment Certification from Alan Herdman. She is also a level 2 Gyrokinesis® teacher and practices Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga.
Her further education in the field of Pilates includes workshops with teachers such as Karen Clippinger, Caron Bosler, Richard Orbach and Julian Littleford, with a focus on scoliosis, shoulder pain and lower back problems.

She has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and firmly believes in the safe and effective teaching of movement in order to prevent injuries and maximize potential.

Elina creates an energetic and inspiring atmosphere, in which people enjoy moving and developing their technique, strength and suppleness.

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Wed 03 June6:00pmOnline Mat Pilates ClassSania Prentza

Originally from Athens, Sania trained at the “Conservatoire De La Dance Et Music De La Rochelle” (France) and the world famous “Ballet Des Lausanne 20em Siecle” (Switzerland).

As a professional ballet dancer, Sania has worked with Opera de Lyon, Toulouse and La Rochelle in France, and Opera of Hannover and Rostock in Germany.

Injured as a dancer with an ACL ligament rupture and metatarsal inflammation, she used Pilates to rehabilitate and maintain and improve her fitness.

Following her dance career, Sania gained a degree in Fashion at Saint Martins College of Art & Design and went on to work with Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood.

Trained as a Pilates instructor with Alan Herdman, Sania brings to her sessions an extensive knowledge of exercise and a warm, caring nature.

Sania speaks fluent English and Greek.

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Mon 01 June9:00amOnline Mat Pilates ClassSania Prentza

Originally from Athens, Sania trained at the “Conservatoire De La Dance Et Music De La Rochelle” (France) and the world famous “Ballet Des Lausanne 20em Siecle” (Switzerland).

As a professional ballet dancer, Sania has worked with Opera de Lyon, Toulouse and La Rochelle in France, and Opera of Hannover and Rostock in Germany.

Injured as a dancer with an ACL ligament rupture and metatarsal inflammation, she used Pilates to rehabilitate and maintain and improve her fitness.

Following her dance career, Sania gained a degree in Fashion at Saint Martins College of Art & Design and went on to work with Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood.

Trained as a Pilates instructor with Alan Herdman, Sania brings to her sessions an extensive knowledge of exercise and a warm, caring nature.

Sania speaks fluent English and Greek.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1590998400
Thu 28 May6:00pmOnline Mat Pilates ClassAntonio De La Fe Guedes
Antonio had already trained as a Physiotherapist in Spain before he started to train as a professional dancer. During this time he also completed his Pilates training in 2003, focusing on using Pilates both as a rehabilitation tool and as a bridge between his dance and physiotherapy practice.

Whilst working as a Pilates instructor from 2003 and 2005 in Madrid Antonio studied contemporary dance at the Royal Professional Dance Conservatoire (Mariemma) in Madrid in 2005. Thereafter he moved to London to undertake a more intense dance training programme, completing a Cert HE and an MA at the London Contemporary Dance School.

He joined Little Venice team in 2008, and continues to work as a professional dancer and choreographer (winning a number of scholarships and awards along the way).

As well as bringing his backgrounds in physiotherapy and dance, into his Pilates teaching, Antonio is interested in mental imagery, mindfulness and body awareness as tools for repatterning movement.

His approach not only makes the Pilates repertoire more accessible, even to the least experienced clients, but also allows him to adapt it to match each individual client’s needs.

Antonio loves working with the simplest exercises in the Reformer yet exploring them in depth. He also loves the possibilities that the Little Venice equipment offers – particularly the Cadillac – for working on spinal mobilisation and flexibility.

Antonio is fluent in English and Spanish.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1590685200
Sat 30 May2:00pmOnline Pre Natal PilatesElina Patrou
Elina holds an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, a BA Hons in Dance from London Studio Centre and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance. She trained in Advanced Mat Pilates with Stott, attending further education in Pre and Post Natal Pilates and received her Pilates Equipment Certification from Alan Herdman. She is also a level 2 Gyrokinesis® teacher and practices Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga.
Her further education in the field of Pilates includes workshops with teachers such as Karen Clippinger, Caron Bosler, Richard Orbach and Julian Littleford, with a focus on scoliosis, shoulder pain and lower back problems.

She has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and firmly believes in the safe and effective teaching of movement in order to prevent injuries and maximize potential.

Elina creates an energetic and inspiring atmosphere, in which people enjoy moving and developing their technique, strength and suppleness.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1590843600
Sat 30 May11:00amOnline Mat Pilates ClassElina Patrou
Elina holds an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, a BA Hons in Dance from London Studio Centre and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance. She trained in Advanced Mat Pilates with Stott, attending further education in Pre and Post Natal Pilates and received her Pilates Equipment Certification from Alan Herdman. She is also a level 2 Gyrokinesis® teacher and practices Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga.
Her further education in the field of Pilates includes workshops with teachers such as Karen Clippinger, Caron Bosler, Richard Orbach and Julian Littleford, with a focus on scoliosis, shoulder pain and lower back problems.

She has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and firmly believes in the safe and effective teaching of movement in order to prevent injuries and maximize potential.

Elina creates an energetic and inspiring atmosphere, in which people enjoy moving and developing their technique, strength and suppleness.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1590832800
Fri 29 May11:30amOnline Pre Natal PilatesElina Patrou
Elina holds an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, a BA Hons in Dance from London Studio Centre and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance. She trained in Advanced Mat Pilates with Stott, attending further education in Pre and Post Natal Pilates and received her Pilates Equipment Certification from Alan Herdman. She is also a level 2 Gyrokinesis® teacher and practices Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga.
Her further education in the field of Pilates includes workshops with teachers such as Karen Clippinger, Caron Bosler, Richard Orbach and Julian Littleford, with a focus on scoliosis, shoulder pain and lower back problems.

She has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and firmly believes in the safe and effective teaching of movement in order to prevent injuries and maximize potential.

Elina creates an energetic and inspiring atmosphere, in which people enjoy moving and developing their technique, strength and suppleness.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1590748200
Tue 02 June6:00pmOnline Mat Pilates ClassAntonio De La Fe Guedes
Antonio had already trained as a Physiotherapist in Spain before he started to train as a professional dancer. During this time he also completed his Pilates training in 2003, focusing on using Pilates both as a rehabilitation tool and as a bridge between his dance and physiotherapy practice.

Whilst working as a Pilates instructor from 2003 and 2005 in Madrid Antonio studied contemporary dance at the Royal Professional Dance Conservatoire (Mariemma) in Madrid in 2005. Thereafter he moved to London to undertake a more intense dance training programme, completing a Cert HE and an MA at the London Contemporary Dance School.

He joined Little Venice team in 2008, and continues to work as a professional dancer and choreographer (winning a number of scholarships and awards along the way).

As well as bringing his backgrounds in physiotherapy and dance, into his Pilates teaching, Antonio is interested in mental imagery, mindfulness and body awareness as tools for repatterning movement.

His approach not only makes the Pilates repertoire more accessible, even to the least experienced clients, but also allows him to adapt it to match each individual client’s needs.

Antonio loves working with the simplest exercises in the Reformer yet exploring them in depth. He also loves the possibilities that the Little Venice equipment offers – particularly the Cadillac – for working on spinal mobilisation and flexibility.

Antonio is fluent in English and Spanish.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1591117200
Thu 28 May12:00pmSpecial Event: AdvancedAdam Hewitt
Adam has always been passionate about health and wellness. His skillset ranges from training high performance athletes through to clinical rehabilitation.

Always with a smile on his face you can guarantee Adam will be committed and detailed in his approach to reach your health and fitness goal. And with a background in corrective exercise, you will be training in the way that’s best for you.

Adam participated in a variety of sports from athletics, rugby, judo and football – all at county level – before coaching and then studying for an Honours degree in Sports and Exercise Science.

Adam graduated in 2007 and went on to train high performance tennis players at a top tennis academy in Surrey, working closely with physiotherapists and tennis coaches.

Always keen to continue learning (and equally keen to continually push himself) Adam went on to complete a Masters in Strength and Conditioning at Middlesex University in 2013 graduating with Merit, whilst also working full time at a Tennis Academy.

Clinical exercise prescription and rehabilitation quickly became a love for Adam. Before joining the Ten team in 2017, he managed a rehabilitation company on Harley Street specialising in cancer and cardiac care.

You’ll rarely see Adam without a theraband in his hand. He loves corrective functional exercise, and his classes combine an infectious energy and sense of fun with a depth of technical knowledge – and always with functional fitness as the end goal.

Ten - FitzroviaJoin Waitlist1590663600
Tue 02 June6:00pmLVP Prenatal
Prenatal Pilates classes at Little Venice offer a gentle, yet structured, approach to preparing women for the physical demands of giving birth. Not only will Pilates improve muscle strength and flexibility to minimise back injury, it also allows prenatal women, who may avoid other forms of exercise, to maintain a healthy and well toned body for this important time of their life. Specialised instruction will ensure your Pilates programme is safe, targeted and effective during the course of your pregnancy.

Prenatal classes at Little Venice are available following assessment and/or physiotherapy referral only.

All Prenatal classes at Little Venice Pilates have a maximum of four clients and provide individual targeted tuition. Exercises are provided to suit your individual goals and needs within a small group session lead by a senior or master level Pilates instructor or therapist.

Elina Patrou
Elina holds an MSc in Dance Science from Trinity Laban, a BA Hons in Dance from London Studio Centre and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance. She trained in Advanced Mat Pilates with Stott, attending further education in Pre and Post Natal Pilates and received her Pilates Equipment Certification from Alan Herdman. She is also a level 2 Gyrokinesis® teacher and practices Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga.
Her further education in the field of Pilates includes workshops with teachers such as Karen Clippinger, Caron Bosler, Richard Orbach and Julian Littleford, with a focus on scoliosis, shoulder pain and lower back problems.

She has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and firmly believes in the safe and effective teaching of movement in order to prevent injuries and maximize potential.

Elina creates an energetic and inspiring atmosphere, in which people enjoy moving and developing their technique, strength and suppleness.

Little Venice PilatesBook Now1591117200