During your Pilates Initial Assessment, you will have a musculoskeletal appraisal by one of our highly skilled and experienced team. Your clinician will then begin to design your personalised Pilates program, based upon your needs, goals and/or injuries.
After your Pilates Initial Assessment, you will generally require two to three one-on-one sessions, to continue to work through and develop your program. During these sessions you will learn the principles of Pilates and your instructor will guide you through the exercises designed for your needs. These one-on-one sessions allow the instructor to educate you on technique and body awareness.
The qualified pilates instructor will then determine your progression to one of our 1 on 4 sessions. There are a maximum of 4 people in each class, with each individual working through their personally tailored program and exercises.
Your instructor will pay very close attention to your needs, ensuring you perform the exercises correctly, to gain optimum results. The small class size allows your experienced instructor to continue to give YOU focused attention, guiding you through your exercises and addressing any injury or body issues you may be working to improve.
Our team is continuously learning the latest techniques and science-based approaches so that you can benefit directly. This means you will never get bored, repeating the same exercises over and over again. Prepare to move, prepare to learn, prepare to see results, prepare to have fun but most of all, prepare to feel good!