- Pilates aims to strengthen and engage the ‘core’ whilst simultaneously completing controlled movements for improved mobility, posture, tone, balance and wellbeing.
- It has something to offer everyone, helping a wide range of ages and fitness abilities to improve their physical and emotional health.
- Pilates classes are ideal for clients with common musculoskeletal complaints such as back pain, and for those hoping to reduce their risk of injury.
Ok, so why Physiotherapist led Pilates?
Our clients have a musculoskeletal assessment with a chartered Physiotherapist prior to starting class, where individualized goals and aims are discussed, and even better our small class sizes mean that we are able to keep these goals in mind. During this assessment you will be taught how to properly engage your deep ‘core’ muscles, the foundation of all Pilates movements and the tricky part to master! As physiotherapists we understand anatomy and pathologies, therefore are able to provide advice to improve function both throughout the class and in every day activity.
What to expect
- Chartered Physiotherapist (CSP, HCPC registered) with Pilates experience
- Small class sizes with equipment provided
- Close tuition tailored to your needs
- A balanced class leading you through warm up to cool down working on functional strength, balance and flexibility
- A friendly and relaxed atmosphere
Each client will need a 1:1 session with our Physiotherapist prior to starting their first Pilates block. This appointment is for a Pilates assessment and screen and also to teach you the basic principles of Pilates. There will be a one-off cost of £30 for this. You will be unable to join our Pilates classes without having had this appointment.
Blocks of Pilates will cover 6 x 45-minute sessions. These will cost £54. They must be paid in full prior to the start of each block to reserve your place. They will take place at out Physiotherapy Clinic at Unit 36, Penley Industrial Estate, Penley, Wrexham, LL13 0LQ