Virtual Pilates on Zoom! BOOK

Mindful movement for mental and physical wellbeing is more important than ever in these strange times of social isolation. Start or keep the Pilates habit! Let’s move together online…. it works surprisingly well!

With the exception of the 11am class, the Cashel Lodge group mat classes are all now on Zoom, plus a new Monday morning class. Online schedule is as follows:

  • Mondays at 10am – Pilates Fundamentals (beginners welcome!)
  • Wednesdays at 9.45am – Intermediate Level
  • Wednesdays at 6.30pm – Essential Level
  • Wednesdays at 7.45pm – Intermediate Level

All classes MUST be booked online. You need to download the Zoom app (free), place your device with a view to your mat and set aside a hour for movement to keep you strong, flexible and balanced.  If you need assistance with set up, come along 15 minutes before class starts!

Reformer Pilates Studio!


Lagganstown Schoolhouse is now a fully-equipped Pilates studio! Movement for rehab + prehab; getting to know your body and self-care. Move with knowledge, fun and joy to discover internal strength and more mobility (no matter how seemingly small!)

By appointment, I welcome one-to-ones, duets and trios in beautiful space in old national school – using reformer, tower and range of smaller equipment – as suits. Duets are arranged in person, but you can book privates online.  I’m quite booked up, but please call me on 086 8184218 if interested and will put you on waitlist if we can’t find a time that works.

Pilates brings balance and strength 🤛🏻

about Eimear Gallagher

STOTT PILATES-certified in matwork and reformer, levels 1 & 2. STOTT PILATES  trained in Cadillac. See Bio for more information.

I help people keep mobile so they move with ease from a strong core; I work with all types of bodies: injured, post-joint replacement or perhaps seeking specific strength training. Maybe I cannot ease your pain immediately or eliminate it for good, but I have the tools and knowledge to address the root causes. You can feel better, decrease your chance of injury and feel empowered in your own body. Muscle imbalances mean some muscles might be overworking while others aren’t doing their jobs. Maybe your deep stabilising muscles are not responding as they should to help support the lower back.  Perhaps your posture is poor – either based on habit/lifestyle, congenital issues like scoliosis or simply from chronic pain (being in pain can make you stand strangely ). Or maybe immobility somewhere in the spine is causing too much movement above or below.  Well-chosen Pilates exercises can help get the body moving better.Works hard to keep classes interesting and appropriate for participants. Modifications offered to suit each individual’s stability, strength and range of movement.

Active aging classes focus on pilates bone-building exercises, helping with many others conditions that are inevitably part of maturing process!