How does the system work?

The Pilates fitness system emphasizes the strengthening of muscles by stretching and lengthening them rather than shortening them.

The exercises include focused work on both large and small muscle groups with great emphasis on the core or postural muscles which include the stomach muscles, pelvic floor and the lower back muscles.

Pilates exercise techniques do not require a lot of repetition. The focus of the exercise is on the quality and the precision of the movement and therefore requires the concentrated attention of the student. The benefit and learning comes with the experience of the correct movement, with increased awareness and understanding of the active muscles involved.

First Lesson Free

A private trial Pilates lesson is available to you free of charge.

During this first trial lesson the pilates instructor will explain and help you to clarify your goals and build an appropriate programme of exercises to enable you to reach those goals.

for further information, details and enrolment contact me.

PMA 2013 Conference

At the 13th annual meeting of the Pilates Method Alliance which was held in October 2013 I gave a workshop on Pilates for Promoting Recovery After Central Nervous System (CNS) Injuries.

Watch the use-cases clip I presented at the workshop.

Exercise of the Month

Coming soon, the exercise of the month will be presented for both students and teachers.

It will illustrate clearly how to practice and how to teach the exercise.