In recent years, Pilates has become recognised as one of the most effective ways to maintain a pain free life.
Our specilaist Clinical Pilates classes, are all led by graduate Physiotherapists and Sports & Rehabilitation Therapists, with specialist experience and education in managing injuries. The classes will help you learn how to move efficiently, giving you strength, control and physical durability. Enthusiastic exercisers, Mum’s to be, the elderly and anyone that values their body, can all benefit from Pilates. If you’re recovering from injury it’s an excellent form of rehabilitation, training your body to ‘move better’, preventing re-occurrences.
We offer a range of classes to suit all abilities. All of our courses are progressive and encourage you to develop at your own pace. Classes are run 6 days a week, including evenings and a Saturday morning, so it's easy to find a class that fits in with your diary.
If you’re interested in joining one of our Pilates classes, then please give us a call on 023 8025 3317.
When are the classes?
Take a look at our latest timetable to see our classes. They run 6 days a week, inlcluding evening and daytime classes. Call us to find out if there are spaces in your preferred class.
What exactly is Pilates?
Pilates is a system of exercises designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness. It was developed in the early 1900's by the German born, Joseph Pilates, who believed physical and mental strength were closely connected. Pilates can be done as part of a class or on a 1-2-1 basis. There are lots of classes to choose from - some are mat based and others may use specialist equipment.
Who is Pilates suitable for?
Almost everyone would benefit from taking part in Pilates. The exercises can be adapted for all ages and levels of fitness, whether you're recovering from an injury, pregnant, retired or an enthusiastic exerciser. If you tend to suffer with recurrent back or neck pain, taking part in regular Pilates can really help. In fact, it's a great way to ward off or help recovery form many injuries as it really focuses on muscle control, movement and developing strength and flexibility in the whole body.
How do I choose a Pilates class?
There are lot's of different types of Pilates and classes to choose from. If you're new to Pilates a good place to start is a mat based class. This is the bread and butter of Pilates and the basis on which all other Pilates is built. We progress our mat classes from beginner through to advanced at a pace that suits each individual.
If you've had an injury who better to teach you than a qualified Physiotherapist or Sports Therapist. We integrate all our knowledge and experience into the classes to make sure you progress at the right pace, are challenged appropriately and don't risk re-injuring yourself. It’s almost like having access to ongoing, group physio.
You may also want to consider how many people are in the class. The key to Pilates exercises is the quality of the movement. To gain benefit you have to do the exercises correctly. Smaller classes enable the instructor to give individual guidance. We've actually had people come to us after suffering an injury by doing Pilates incorrectly in a large class. At goPhysio, we never have more than 10 people in our classes.
How do I join a class at goPhysio?
If you want to join one of our classes, the easiest way is to give us a call at the clinic on 023 8025 3317 or pop in and have a chat with one of our team. We’ll help find the most suitable class for you, we’ll chat through the booking process and organise payment for the class. If you're not already seeing a Physio at goPhysio, you'll need to book in for a pre-Pilates 1-2-1 before you start any of our classes. Read more about how to book a Pilates class here.
Why do I need to have a pre-Pilates 1-2-1 before I start a class?
If you haven't already seen us at goPhysio, you will need to come and see one of our Physio Pilates Instructors before you join a class. This is essential so we can screen you for any injuries or particularly weak areas, find out exactly what you want to achieve by coming to Pilates and teach you the basics before you start. This is commonplace for any Clinical Pilates classes. This 30 minute 1-2-1 appointment will really help you get 110% out of the classes. The charge for this is £35.
How much are the classes?
Our mat based Clinical Pilates classes run all year round, normally as 8 week courses. Each 8 week course costs £100.
We invest in our clinic and facilities, providing you a top notch experience in wonderful surroundings.
We guarantee we will offer you an appointment within 24 hours of you getting in touch.
We’re easy to get to and find, with free parking and excellent public transport links.
Through our many years of experience, we’ve learnt to deliver the best possible care and service.
Our care is focused on listening to you, solving your injury problems and achieving your goals.
We quickly get to the bottom of your problem, finding and addressing the real cause, not just the symptoms.
You'll benefit from our hands-on approach, perfected through years of study, dedication and practice.
Our expert team will solve your injury puzzle, providing seamless care between our range of services.
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