New to Pilates?

New to Pilates? - Come and try a class.

If you're new to Pilates, we have two different classes for you to try; or maybe you've tried Matwork but not Reformer?

Essential Matwork

A great starting point for beginners or people who are recovering from an injury or prefer a slower pace. The Essential Matwork class teaches the Five Basic Principles of the STOTT PILATES method and builds onto the next level. This mat-based workout is designed to help participants develop leaner, longer-looking muscles, establish core strength and stability, and heighten mind-body awareness. Props may be incorporated to add variety. Participants are welcome to stay in the Essential classes until they feel confident enough to enter the Intermediate class.

Essential Reformer

This beginner's class introduces the Reformer, the most popular piece of Pilate's equipment. This class reviews the Essential Reformer repertoire and some Intermediate exercises. Start getting a great work out and all the benefits that come with working on the legendary Reformers from your first session. Like the Essential Matwork classes, this class is a a slower pace. Participants will learn how to set up the Reformer and get an energising total-body workout. Participants are welcome to stay in the Essential classes until they feel confident enough to enter the Essential / Intermediate class.

Capacity is eight participants.

The improved flexibility and body awareness that Pilates has given me, combined with the helpful staff and friendly atmosphere mean that for me Bespoke Pilates is more an holistic therapy than an exercise class.

Jo

The improved flexibility and body awareness that Pilates has given me, combined with the helpful staff and friendly atmosphere mean that for me Bespoke Pilates is more an holistic therapy than an exercise class.

Jo

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