Please note: this class cannot be taken as part of a standard block.
This is not a Pilates class in the usual sense of the word.
Firstly, it‘s taken by a qualified Physiotherapist. And second, it’s a totally bespoke approach. So instead of everyone in the room doing the same exercises at the same time, you’ll all be working on your own individual programme, designed around your specific objectives and needs, and with the Physio present to lead you through it, stage by stage.
Unlike any other classes currently available, it’s based around – but not limited to – several different pieces of Pilates equipment.
There are many reasons why you might want to attend this class, but some of the more common ones would be:
Before you join the class, the first step is to establish an individual and goal-aligned programme for you.
There are two ways this can be done:
It’s a very personal and bespoke session. Each person’s programme will be completely different. And with a maximum of 4 people, expect significantly more one-on-one attention and hands-on correction.
The class is underpinned by Pilates-based thinking and approach – a focus on precision, specific muscle activation, and core control. But it will incorporate whatever piece of equipment is most suitable for your specific programme.
So while you may be working on the Reformer, the Tower, the Split Pedal Chair or the Ladder Barrel, you may also find yourself using cardio machines, TRX, free weights, balance balls, and other functional strength and conditioning equipment. Your Physio may also use specific manual techniques (such as joint mobilisation, soft tissue release and taping) to enhance your programme.
To get the most out of your classes and to see the completion of your goals we suggest you attend these sessions regularly once or twice a week for 6 weeks.
The results and benefits will depend on your reasons for attending, but you should expect them to include: