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Conditioning Pilates

This class is taught both at Semi Private and Group sessions though 1:1 sessions are recommended for a more tailor/individual approach. If you wish to work under close direction to your specific goals, your instructor will devise a programme that meets your needs: 


Slim your waistline from within, lengthen your muscles to create a long toned look, loose weight, sweat, feel stretched from head to toe and leave the studio feeling 10inchs taller!


We never stop during sessions like this. Working the entire body from the minute you walk through the door. These sessions address the whole body; An array of sessions can be found here utilising the Reformer, Cadillac, Wunda chair, Ladder barrel, Tower as well as foam rollers, arcs and other small props. Your trainer will take you through a full body workout designed to suit your body’s needs.


Our classes follow the methodology of joseph pilates in depth. As you get stronger you will move through the classical pilates progressions improving your posture, alignment, strength and agility using apparatus and mat.


Conditioning  sessions are ideal for those who would love to maximise their core strength, tone up and change the way their body looks and feels.

Conditioning Pilates for Men


Develop often neglected muscle groups. Some of our muscles, like those that dominate our daily movements, are stronger than others, and a big part of Pilates is focusing on those muscles that don't typically get a lot of attention. Pilates is similar to MAT training in that we conciously move in certain ways to build muscles that we don't hit while lifting.

Build core strength. Every Pilates exercise focuses on using our core to power movement in our limbs. Pilates also hits our transverse abdominals, the base ab muscle under our six-pack.


Improve flexibility. In general, the more muscle mass men have, the less flexible they are. But Pilates' focus on stretching helps prevent injuries and muscle strains, and increases range of motion.


Back painsA lot of men suffer with bad backs due to their tight hamstrings, weak abdominals and gluteals (bum). A full hours workout consists of many movements to start putting the body back together. 

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