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*New* Online Live Pilates Classes

Posted on 24th September 2020 by

In the light of the uncertainty, ongoing changes and turbulent times we are living with. We are committed to helping as many people as possible benefit from Pilates, so have a range of ways for you to take part in Pilates. Pilates is such a popular form of exercise and activity. For some, it’s such … Continue reading “*New* Online Live Pilates Classes”


Pilates Options at goPhysio

Posted on 12th June 2020 by

We’ve spoken to our Pilates attendees, listened and responded and are now offering a range of ways for you to continue to enjoy and benefit from Pilates at goPhysio. We are currently offering you 4 choices so you can continue Pilates:  Pilates at Home: Online pre-recorded classes  Pilates at Home: Live class timetable – launching … Continue reading “Pilates Options at goPhysio”


What level of Pilates should I do?

Posted on 8th April 2020 by

A question we get asked a lot at goPhysio, as people become familiar with Pilates or have been coming for some time, is What level class should I do? We offer 3 levels of mat based Pilates classes, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. This follows the APPI training concept, which all of our Instructors have completed. … Continue reading “What level of Pilates should I do?”


5 Key Elements of Pilates

Posted on 24th March 2020 by

All of our Pilates classes focus around 5 important, key elements. These elements help to underpin all the exercises we do, connecting your breathing, posture, mind and movement. Many people are now taking part in our online Pilates classes in their own time, or starting Pilates for the first time. We would normally always go … Continue reading “5 Key Elements of Pilates”


Pilates Exercise of the Month: Double Leg Stretch

Posted on 1st February 2020 by

Each month we’re bringing you a different Pilates exercise to practice and focus on, as recommended by one of our Pilates Instructors. This month, Hugo recommends the Double Leg Stretch. This is my favourite Pilates exercise. It is the most complete one. Not only do you need to focus on keeping your core muscles engaged but … Continue reading “Pilates Exercise of the Month: Double Leg Stretch”


Thinking of Starting Pilates?

Posted on 7th January 2020 by

The new year always gets people thinking about or talking about starting something new. It can be a great time to give a boost to your health and wellbeing. Pilates is a great form of exercise, so many people are recommended to do it by friends, family, their GP or surgeon. But many people don’t … Continue reading “Thinking of Starting Pilates?”


Pilates Exercise of the Month – Roll Up

Posted on 1st January 2020 by

Each month we’re bringing you a different Pilates exercise to practice and focus on, as recommended by one of our Pilates Instructors. This month, Roz recommends the Roll Up. This is a more advanced abdominal exercises that ensures you continue to activate all the layers of abdominal muscles together.  If the deeper ‘core’ muscles are not working … Continue reading “Pilates Exercise of the Month – Roll Up”


Pilates Exercise of the Month – Abdo Prep

Posted on 1st December 2019 by

Each month we’re bringing you a different Pilates exercise to practice and focus on, as recommended by one of our Pilates Instructors. This month, Rosie recommends the Abdo Prep. Abdominal preparations (Abdo Prep) does what it says on the tin! It prepares the abdominal (tummy) muscles for all the other Pilates exercises and helps to … Continue reading “Pilates Exercise of the Month – Abdo Prep”


The Power of Pilates for your Winter Holiday Prep

Posted on 1st November 2019 by

Skiing and snow-boarding are both a highly active activity and form of exercise that people of all ages can enjoy.  Unfortunately, it is not something that we can practice all year round and tends to be a long-awaited trip we take each year.  This means our bodies are often unprepared for the strenuous work we … Continue reading “The Power of Pilates for your Winter Holiday Prep”


Strong, Steady & Straight – Benefit of Pilates for Osteoporosis

Posted on 1st October 2019 by

Osteoporosis, although a well known condition, comes with much worry and fear surrounding it about physical activity and exercise. A diagnosis of osteoporosis or osteopenia (reduced bone density on a less severe scale than osteoporosis), can often conjure up thoughts of being fragile and fearful of doing too much or exercises that might be harmful. … Continue reading “Strong, Steady & Straight – Benefit of Pilates for Osteoporosis”