Flexibility, balance, strength ….and overall well-being
Breathe with awareness ~ stretch and move! Develop control and balance in your muscles and skeleton to keep you in relaxed, good posture. Pilates awareness ~ along with eating natural, non-processed foods, lots of green and colourful veggies, drinking lots of water and doing regular aerobic activity (brisk walking for 30 minutes each day) ~ will make you feel better.
Pilates is a low impact, but high intensity exercise that can deliver multiple benefits to your body in terms of fitness, flexibility, overall strength. With regular practice, you will experience freer, more fluid movement. Pilates is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, and because of its therapeutic nature, it is excellent for rehab or for those whose movement is restricted by years of sitting and poor posture.
Group mat – last few places!
Attending a weekly class involves commitment and prioritising yourself, but it will pay dividends. Most people find it enjoyable – often hard to get up and go, but always worth the effort! Autumn term starts week of 2nd September, booking NOW and booking up fast! See timetable here!
With regular practice, you will experience freer, more fluid movement.
Pilates on the reformer is pilates on a deeper, more precise level. It offers either more support or additional challenge. It is excellent for rehab or prehab, hip or knee replacement for example. I have two additional reformers in home studio, along with my original much-loved reformer and tower. This gives me scope to offer duet reformer classes, as well as one-on-ones. From September on, I have daytime availability on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is in home studio near New Inn. One-one-ones may be booked online (or in person), but duets must be arranged in person by email, text or mobile!
about Eimear Gallagher
Loves movement for health and well-being. Loves life, living, yoga and pilates! Certified in STOTT PILATES method for matwork and reformer, levels 1 & 2. Licensed BUFF BONES instructor. Learning every single day. Works hard to keep classes interesting and appropriate for participants. Classes are limited in size; modifications offered to suit each individual’s stability, strength and range of movement.
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