Mat Pilates for everyone

Concentrated goodness for the body and mind

 

45-60 MINUTES
From £120

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Sitting at a desk all day, constantly looking down at keyboard or smartphone, can lead to hunched shoulders and poor posture and bad concentration. Over time, this creates muscular imbalances which affect the body and the mind. 

Pilates involves concentration, engaging and focusing both body and mind. And it teaches the principles of good posture and movement.

This is why Pilates has so successfully made the move from the gym into the workplace. If you have staff to care for, this is a great route to go down.

 

Your staff will be delighted with their improved posture and muscular awareness, greater flexibility, stronger core and abdominals – and lower stress levels.

It’s ideal for the whole team. They can get some much-needed exercise during the day, and they don’t even have to leave the office to escape completely from deadlines, heavy workloads and anxiety.

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What our clients say…

 
 
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How it works

  • Choose from one to one sessions, group classes up to 20 max or small groups of 4-8 people to allow for more individual attention

  • Available as a one- off, although weekly classes are best to really reap the benefits

  • Choose before-work, lunchtime or after-work classes

  • Duration – 45 mins or 60 mins.

  • Our teachers can work in a group to suit everyone’s abilities, from newbies to experienced Pilates devotees

  • You can have as many people in the class as the space allows

  • We’ll help you choose a suitable space

  • Participants should wear loose clothing or gym gear

  • Participants can bring their own mats, or we can provide them as well as small equipment

  • Investment – from £120

 
I would recommend it to anyone
— Daphne Campanile - Corintha
 
 
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Benefits to the employee

  • Staff have more energy and are more productive

  • Focus and decision making are improved

  • Less back pain, better core strength

  • Reduced neck, shoulder and back pain

  • Better flexibility

  • Stronger core and abdominals

  • Calmer, more focussed mind

  • Longer, leaner muscles

  • Reduced stress

 

 

 

Benefits to the company

  • Boosts morale

  • Promotes a more positive mindset

  • Develops better focus and concentration

  • Makes for happier, healthier staff

  • Less absenteeism due to stress-related problems and back problems.

 
 

About PILATES

Top athlete Joseph Pilates developed his own exercise system based on the concept of ‘a man balanced in mind, body and spirit’.

At first popular with the dance community, Pilates was taken up in the 1970s by Hollywood stars – and, of course, where the stars go, everyone else follows. By the late 1980s, the Pilates business had boomed. No longer the workout of the elite, it’s now featured in fitness facilities all over the world.

Unlike many other workout programmes, Pilates makes a difference to your whole body without taking a toll on your health. It’s flexible, too: the exercises can be adjusted in difficulty to suit everyone from a beginner to an advanced practitioner.

In Pilates, the quality of movement is valued over quantity of repetitions. Many of the exercises are performed in reclining or sitting positions, and most are low-impact and partially weight-bearing.

There is also a definite emphasis on proper breathing, which helps you execute the movements efficiently. Students become really in tune with their body as they concentrate on keeping their spine and pelvis aligned whilst breathing correctly. A great additional benefit to this regime is that learning to breathe properly can help reduce stress.

There is also a definite emphasis on proper breathing, which helps you execute the movements efficiently. Students become really in tune with their body as they concentrate on keeping their spine and pelvis aligned whilst breathing correctly. A great additional benefit to this regime is that learning to breathe properly can help reduce stress.

Because Pilates exercises involve the whole body and train several muscle groups at once, no muscle group is over- or under-trained. Your body learns to move in safer, more efficient ways, so you can enjoy sports with greater ease, enjoying better performance and less chance of injury.  This makes Pilates a vital part of the training regimes of elite athletes all over the world including many Olympians, as well as a valuable aid to physical therapists.

Corporate Pilates classes are always popular because they’re safe, enjoyable and show significant results. Students will develop a strong ‘core’, or centre of the body, resulting in flat abdominals and a strong back. They’ll develop balanced strength and flexibility. Finally, and importantly, Pilates breathing will help reduce stress. 

 
 
 
 

 

 

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call Suzi on 07976 263691

or email us at

enquiries@thevitaltouch.com

 

 

 

 
 
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