Whitchurch Pilates

Realise the benefits of Pilates through the expertise of Chartered Physiotherapists…

ANNA TRAIN

Whitchurch Pilates

Realise the benefits of Pilates through the expertise of Chartered Physiotherapists…

Whitchurch pilates is led by a Chartered Physiotherapist with specialist Pilates training. These fun, friendly classes are kept small so that everyone can get the assistance required to ensure safe and effective exercises that will achieve results. Pilates is suitable for all ages and levels, for injury rehabilitation or simply as an overall aim to improve health, fitness and wellbeing.

One to ones available or small group sessions on request. Can be organised at home or in the community centre, price on request.

Some of the benefits of Physio led Pilates…

• Enhances relaxation

• Promotes improved strength, tone and flexibility

• Is suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities

• Encourages good posture

• Provides a safe form of exercise

• Is safe to use during and after pregnancy

Class Timetable

A six week course is £57 and held on the following dates and locations…

Wednesday Daytime

12.30 – 1.30pm – Gill Nethercott Community Centre

1.30 – 2.30pm – Gill Nethercott Community Centre

Wednesday Evening

6.00pm – Testbourne Community School

7.15pm – Gill Nethercott Community Centre

8.15pm Gill Nethercott Community Centre

How to find us

FAQ’s

Physiotherapist instruction in small classes. Individual attention to all exercises and there progressions to ensure safe, effective results.

Gill Nethercott Centre, Whitchurch. www.gillnethercottcentre.org.uk

Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended. We tend to exercise barefoot in our studio. Please bring along your own mat, towel and drink. Gym balls and further equipment is supplied.

Please call or email to book your place.

Traditional Pilates was developed in the 1920s by Joseph Pilates. Pilates is a mind body conditioning exercise program that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall central core stability and posture. The mind and body are brought together to achieve these aims through the following eight sound principles:

concentration, centering, breathing, isolation, routine, precision, control and flowing movement. The medical world is recognising the importance of pilates in rehabilitation for preventing and managing back pain.

A health form is always completed at registration to ensure Anna can tailor your class to you and your needs!