PILATES- BODY STRENGTHENING
LOW IMPACT GYM-FITNESS
Available for everyone, all year round!
Pilates, what is it?
It is a “gentle” way to exercise, involving set positions, slow movements and deep breathing.
The aim of this form of exercise is to bring the body into an ideal
alignment, creating a level of stability that limits pain and injury.
It allows you to improve your posture and develop greater core strength
Discover a new way to exercise.
Learn how to focus on specific muscle groups, using 17 individual
movements with reference to the five basic frameworks of pilates.
(20-30 sessions will provide a competence at the basic level).
In addition to muscle strengthening and joint mobilisation, the session
will conclude with some balance and stretching exercises. These will
improve overall flexibility and well-being, without the need for any highintensity
This next level will allow you to increase the momentum of the
It not only improves the performance of the basic 17 movements but
adds 8 new ones!
Pilates adapted for Seniors
The overall aims are the same as for basic pilates but the exercises
reflect the effects of ageing (50+) and other considerations such as
sedentary lifestyle, illnesses or injuries.
The benefits of pilates for Seniors include:
- improved posture
- increased joint stability
- improved balance, breathing and blood circulaon
- increased mobility, making daily activies easier
- improved flexibility, body image and self-confidence
- combatting loss of muscle tone
A course of dynamic exercise set to lively and varied music.
The various methods used (such as tabata, boxing and circuits….)
combine ‘cardio’ and ‘muscle strengthening’ phases.
Fit mix will suit a wide range of people because of the variety of different
It helps to control body weight, tone muscles and improve cardiorespiratory
Last edited: Mon 21 nov 2022