HOW IT WORKS
You'll begin with an Introduction to Classical Pilates with a Private assessment which focuses on you and what your body needs. This is a 55 minute one-on-one session.
From there you move to the Starter Package where we create and refine a program designed to work for your developing practice. The starter pack comprises 3 - 45 minute private sessions. To get the full benefit of this starter pack, these 3 sessions MUST be completed within 2 weeks.
After you have completed the Intro and Starter Package, you move to Small Group Class. Small Group Class is designed to further develop your Pilates practice, working on and constantly modifying a program that is tailored to you.
These classes have 2-3 clients working independently on their tailored Pilates program as well as working together as a group. In these classes you will be learning the wide range of apparatus and getting deeper into the system. You will have the opportunity to visit the studio 2 or 3 times a week for a set price. Building your knowledge through experience is the most powerful way of learning.
WHY THIS METHOD?
Pilates is a corrective exercise. Daily life works against perfect alignment. Our work, lifting children, driving, sitting, and hours behind a computer are just some of the causes. Classical Pilates using this method provides you with a toolkit for life. Your time in the studio is NOT an opportunity for you to zone out and simply follow instruction. It is a system of continuous feedback that develops in you an understanding of your body alignment and aims to move you to mastery and control of you own physical wellbeing.
As your practice grows you will be supported and nurtured every step of the way. On this journey you will learn a deep understanding of the system which will serve as a foundation on which you will continue to build.
There is no magic wand for creating strength, suppleness and grace but with dedication to detail and investment of your time and effort, you will realise the full benefit of body, mind and spirit that Joseph Pilates called Controlology.