Pilates Sessions to suit you
All sessions are tailored to your body and level of practise. We consider your personal goals, as well as any pre-existing health conditions or injuries and create a bespoke session just for you.
One-to-one or small group sessions
Choose the privacy of a one-to-one session or share with a partner or friends. With a My Method teacher you will always receive the personal attention needed to develop good technique, and you won't feel left behind or held back.
Our teachers come to you
Book a session to your home, office or wherever you are. All you need is space to lay a mat.
PILATES SESSION TYPES
Whole-body conditioning. Improve posture, strength and flexibility. Develop your core strength, release tension and relieve general aches and pains.
Dynamic & Sport
Choose from faster-paced flowing sequences to increase fitness, all-round strength, tone and flexibility or targeted exercises to improve your performance in a chosen sport.
Specialised sessions to aid recovery after illness, injury or surgery and help manage chronic conditions and pain. Our highly experienced teachers design safe, progressive programmes and can work alongside your healthcare professional.
Pre & post-natal
Specialist support from experienced teachers throughout your pregnancy, helping you prepare for birth, manage any health issues and recover safely and quickly, with a focus on your core and pelvic floor.
Low impact exercise to help keep you agile, and increase all-round strength. Focus on bone strength, balance and mobility; suitable for people living with osteoporosis and other age related conditions.
Share the benefits of Pilates with the whole family, from toddlers to teens to grandparents.
Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and General Practitioners recommend Pilates as one of the most effective forms of exercise today. Regardless of age, ability or fitness level, Pilates is beneficial for everyone.
Pilates conditions the whole body - no muscle group is over trained or under trained. The entire musculature is evenly balanced and conditioned. Muscles are lengthened and strengthened, overall fitness is improved, posture is aligned and dysfunctional movement patterns are retrained - the body is restored to optimum physical function.
Pilates addresses underlying structural imbalances in the body which can create pain and difficulty with movement. This leads to better performance, speedier recovery time and less chance of injury, which is why sports professionals and athletes use Pilates in their training.
The Principles of Pilates
Joe Pilates based his work on six principles:
Evolution of Pilates
Through the years the Pilates Method has gradually evolved and integrated current bio-mechanical thinking, however, the roots of the technique are steeped in the philosophy and movement patterns designed by Joseph Pilates over 90 years ago.
The popularity of the Pilates Method has spread steadily since the day when Pilates first opened his studio. Pilates has now become a worldwide phenomenon with over 12 million people practicing, and the numbers continue to grow due to its effectiveness and adaptability.