Pilates

What is Pilates?
Pilates is a form of exercise, developed by Joseph Pilates, which emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness in order to support efficient, graceful movement.

The focus of Pilates is correct movement, quality not quantity, core stabilisation and postural correction. One of the main benefits of Pilates, from a Physiotherapist’s perspective, is that the technique can be successful in correcting muscle imbalances. These imbalances are caused by us overusing certain muscles whilst others are neglected and become weak.
 
Performance Pilates - High level sport specific Pilates
 
 
Performance Pilates is designed for fit, healthy and active individuals.
 
We offer on to one and small group Pilates classes. Sessions are tailored specifically to you and the biomechanical requirements of your sport.
 
Performance Pilates is designed to be used as part of your strength and conditioning training to help prevent injuries, target muscle imbalances and improve overall performance.
Improve skill, strength and performance;
• Increase core stability, posture and control
• Increase strength and joint mobility
• Increase body awareness and the efficiency of your training

"I’ve been doing Kates Pilates classes for over a year now to improve my core strength and flexibility.
It’s an excellent supplement to my cycling training and has helped improve my performance on the bike. 
I’ve had a bag full of personal bests in time trials this year… thank you Kate!"
K. Thursby, Cyclist


"Performance Pilates with kate has had a positive influence upon me developing my core strength and stability for triathlon. 
I feel a lot more comfortable in my bike position and have noticed a marked difference with my running posture.
I would certainly recommend this class for all endurance athletes."
N. Horn, Triathlete

Our classes currently run on Monday evenings in High Heaton.
For block bookings, home visits and larger group sessions please contact us .
 
 
 
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