Pilatestraining

Pilates is a physical fitness and rehabilitation system developed by Joseph Pilates in Germany in the early 20th Century. It focuses on the core postural muscles which are essential to providing support for the spine.

Pilates has the following benefits:

  • Improves posture
  • Reduces risk of injury
  • Improves core muscles
  • Balances the muscular system
  • relaxation
  • Improves general well-being

We offer regular classes in pilates and welcome beginners. We run an advanced class for existing practioners of Pilates or for those who have completed the introductory class.

Once to one pilates lessonsĀ are also available and have the advantage of being scheduled to suit your diary.

Comfortable and relaxed clothing is recommended.

If you are interested in our Pilates classes then please call us on 02392 215 050 or email us at questions@thephysiocentre.co.uk, orĀ fill in the form on our make an enquiry page.

 

Yoga

Yoga originated in India as a physical and mental practice and was first documented in ritual literature written between 900BCE and 500BCE. The Physiotherapy Centre’s clinical based yoga has retained many of the original postures and body positions and introduces them in a gentle and sympathetic and yet progressive way so that the benefits of yoga are experienced over time.

Yoga has the following benefits:

  • Improves balance
  • Improves flexibility
  • Improves strength
  • Relaxation
  • Improves general well-being

Classes in Yoga can be booked individually or as a course. Individual one to one yoga sessions are also available at times to suit you.

Comfortable and relaxed clothing is recommended.

If you are interested in the Yoga classes run at The Physiotherapy Centre, then please contact Sanjay on 07941 937 667 or email sanhouseyoga@hotmail.com.