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Beginner’s Reformer 5-week course

Clare Bannister 

We run this course regularly throughout the year. It will introduce you to the Pilates Reformer apparatus, the basic principles of Pilates and provide you with a solid foundation of the essential Pilates Reformer exercises. 

On completion of the course you can start to attend the ‘Open level’ or ‘Open/beginners’ classes on the timetableYou can book the Beginner’s 5-week Reformer course and the Beginner’s 5-week Tower and Matwork course together for our  ‘Full Studio 10 session course’. This really is the ‘gold standard’ in learning the Pilates Method of Exercise.

Date

Thursday 16th May – 20th June 

Tuesday 18th June – 16th July 

Time

Tuesday 6.30pm

Thursday 6.30pm 

Price

£85

Book HERE for Thursday 16th May

Book HERE for Tuesday 18th June

You can book both the Beginner’s Reformer and Tower/Matwork courses together for the Full Studio 10 session course. £155

Beginner’s Tower and Matwork Pilates 

With Sandra Dent 

We run this course regularly throughout the year. It will introduce you to the Pilates Tower apparatus, Pilates Matwork and the basic principles of Pilates.

The Pilates Tower is an extremely versatile piece of apparatus, which is based on the Cadillac – another principle piece of PIlates apparatus. The Tower is suitable for beginners to more advanced practitioners. Like the reformer, the varying spring tension and resistance on the tower will help you deepen the connection to your powerhouse, build strength, flexibility, control and balance to the body. When using the Pilates equipment you’ll feel the progression and connection to your body very quickly. 

On completion of the course you can start to attend the ‘Open level’ or ‘Open/beginners’ classes on the timetable.

You can book the Beginner’s 5-week Reformer course and the Beginner’s 5-week Tower and Matwork course together for our  ‘Full Studio 10 session course’. This really is the ‘gold standard’ in learning the Pilates Method of Exercise. 

Date

Thursday 13th June – 11th July 

Time

6.30pm 

Book HERE for the Beginner’s Pilates Tower/Matwork course 

Price

£85

You can book both the Beginner’s Reformer and Tower/Matwork courses together for the Full Studio 10 session course. £155.

Progress to Intermediate Pilates Reformer Classes 

with Clare Bannister 

If you’ve ben practicing our Open Level Pilates Reformer classes regularly and would like to challenge yourself by attending the Intermediate classes, this workshop will introduce you to the Classical Intermediate Repertoire of exercises as well as the exercise transitions to help you progress to the Intermediate level classes.

Date

Thursday 2nd May 

Time

6.30pm – 8.00pm

Price

£25

Book HERE via the Bsport app. 

Full Studio Pilates (extended class)

with Clare Bannister 

This monthly, Full studio pilates class is a dynamic, intermediate level class. We will complete the full intermediate Reformer repertoire, followed by the intermediate Tower and Matwork repertoire. We would expect you to be familiar with Pilates reformer, Matwork and Tower Pilates ton attend this class. 

Date

Thursday 9th May

Thursday 6th June

Time

6.30pm – 8.00pm

Price

£25

Book HERE via the Bsport app for the 9th May

Book HERE via the Bsport app for the 6th June

 

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