Pilates Specialists in Wimbledon

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What is Pilates?

Pilates is a non-impact system of exercise designed to strengthen and tone core muscles with emphasis on slow controlled flowing movements.
 
It focuses on the deep muscles of the abdomen and spine and also tones and strengthens arms, buttocks and legs – creating long, strong and lean muscles without building bulk.
 
Our instructors are highly experienced and take time to ensure you’re working at the right level and to ensure that you’re following correct movement patterns to deliver maximum benefit.
 
We offer several options for Pilates in Wimbledon, from small group classes for all levels, to one-on-one or reformer sessions. Get in touch today to find out more about the range of classes we offer for Pilates in Wimbledon.
Pilates is for everyone and instructors are seeing increasing numbers of men taking up Pilates, including sporting greats such as Andy Murray and Brian O’Driscoll who are huge advocates.
 
Pilates is also for all ages and our Wimbledon Pilates studio is set up for everyone from over 5s to over 65s! Whether you’re curious about how Pilates can help you and just starting out, or an experienced Pilates pro, our instructors can recommend and provide the best classes or sessions for you.
 
Benefits of Pilates include:

  • A strong core
  • Increased flexibility
  • A strong spine helping to prevent back pain
  • Improved posture
  • Improved balance and coordination
  • An improved ability to relax and concentrate

We offer Wimbledon Pilates classes, small group and one-on-one sessions for both mat and reformer. We can also recommend Pilates in partnership with physiotherapy to help recover from injury and to strengthen core muscle groups. Take a look at our reviews to see how it’s helped other people.

Take a look at our class timetables here – or read the FAQ page for even more information.

Finally, don’t just take our word for it, Pilates comes recommended by some of the world’s top sports men and women, including Irish rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll: