One to One Pilates One to one Pilates and Personal Training, available online.
If you would like a more personal service, targeting your specific requirements I can help. I offer a friendly and professional service and work with clients in their own homes or in one of the halls I use for group classes. I can assess your exercise requirements taking into consideration any injuries or restrictions and put together an exercise programme which will be tailored to meet your specific needs. I can work with you regularly to build your strength, to ensure you are progressing and achieving your goals. There is no need to join a gym. You might choose an exercise program to include both Pilates and cardio-vascular exercise and this would provide you with a total bodywork out in your own home. I also offer more personalized training for small groups of friends or with a partner.
"All in all, we do not give our bodies the care that our wellbeing deserves" Joseph Pilates.
The first One to One assessment and session usually takes just over an hour and the cost is £45. The follow on sessions cost £40 per hour plus travel costs. To discuss your individual requirements please contact me using the contact page.
Is Pilates suitable for me?
Pilates is suitable for most people. Men and women of all ages and fitness levels can benefit from Pilates. Pilates is perfect for the new exerciser and will provide an excellent introduction to exercise, but it is also a valuable support system for all regular exercisers and even professional athletes who want to enhance their performance and reduce the risk of injury.
Pilates will develop strong core muscles, which assist in supporting the back and helping maintain good posture. This in turn will help alleviate a sore or aching back.
Pilates systematically exercises all the muscle groups in your body, challenging the weak areas as well as the strong. Pilates helps to redress physical imbalances that have arisen from poor postural habits or from repetitive movements at work. You may believe that a stiff back and a hunched posture is part of growing older, but this need not be the case.
If we pay regular attention to our bodies and invest in them with stretching, challenging exercises then we will benefit by feeling fitter and stronger.
"If at the age of 30 you are stiff and out of shape, you are old. If at 60, you are supple and strong, then you are young " Joseph H Pilates.
Many Pilates exercises can be modified for use during pregnancy and then provide the best framework for getting back in shape afterwards.
Pilates is low impact and suitable for those with osteoarthritis, and with plenty of weight-bearing exercises is excellent for helping combat osteoporosis. Osteopaths, physiotherapists and general practitioners recommend Pilates as one of the safest forms of exercise today. However, if you have a physical problem, please visit a medical professional and find out what is going on before joining a Pilates class.
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