Physio Led Pilates What to expect

What to expect

  • Experienced Physiotherapist instructor with Pilates certification

  • Tuition and exercise modification to suit all abilities and individual  needs

 

  • Small class numbers

 

  • Variation of exercises and use of equipment

 

  • Warm up and cool down to enhance posture, functional strength, balance & flexibility

 

  • Mat based exercises to improve core strength and restore normal muscle balance

 

  • Friendly and relaxed atmosphere

Detailed pre-class information on what to expect when coming to class will be provided by your instructor during COVID-19. This may vary between venues.

If you are new to classes remember to submit a completed Online Health Screening Form or Venue Health Screening Form and a COVID-19 Health Screening Form 24 hrs before attending any venue class.

What to bring

  • Please wear a face mask when entering and leaving the building, you will not need to wear a face covering during class

 

  • Your own mat, headblock or folded towel to use as a head rest, and a wipeable storage bag for personal belongings

 

  • Your own hand sanitiser is recommended, but these will also be provided at class

 

  • Your own spiky ball, theraband, and ova ball are recommended but not essential, home substitutes can also be brought

 

  • Comfortable clothing: most people like to wear a t-shirt or vest and joggy bottoms or leggings

 

  • No need to bring trainers as Pilates is a socks/ bare foot class

 

  • Limit the amount you bring to each session during COVID-19

 

  • Your instructor will advise on what to bring to your next class on a weekly basis

Physio Led Pilates