Pilates is more than just flatter tummy’s and core strength - it's an exercise system which benefits your entire body.
Focusing on stretching and strengthening, improving posture, coordination, and flexibility Pilates can be beneficial for just about anyone, regardless of your age, sex or fitness level.
Osteopaths, physiotherapists and general practitioners recommend its simple, low level approach as one of the safest forms of exercise, ideal for injury prevention, rehabilitation and improved physical health.
Fit2Drop Pilates classes cover a multitude of exercises, taking into account the principles of Pilates, using small Pilate's balls, mat work, resistance and balance exercises.
“Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. In order to achieve happiness, it is imperative to gain mastery of your body. If at the age of 30 you are stiff and out of shape, you are old. If at 60 you are supple and strong then you are young." Joseph Pilates
Joseph Pilates founded Pilates in the early 1900's and whilst it has been developed over the years it continues to be developed by instructors across the world today.
A firmer flatter stomach
Toned arms, thighs, shoulders, back and buttocks
Improved core strength and coordination
Relief from tension and back pain.
Forward thinking female fitness - specialising in Pre-Natal and
Post-Natal fitness and offering a range of classes, workshops and resources for new and expectant mums.
I've been attending Pilates for 6 months now & LOVE IT!
Each week I look forward to my hour of 'me time', Sarah is knowledgeable, professional, helpful & always makes you feel comfortable, regardless of level.
I have noticed a big difference in my posture and back pain has dramatically reduced.
Christine Kavanagh, Bristol
You can see a lot more of my short training videos on either my Video Page as well as my You Tube or Vimeo video channels.
You'll find 'How to' exercises and exercises to aid recovery from birth.
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