Class Venue and Times
Tuesdays Classes are held at Moors Walk, Panshanger – 9.30am and 10.30am
Wednesday Morning Classes at The Vineyard Barns, WGC – 9.30am
Wednesday Evening Classes at Oaklands College, Campus East – 7pm and 8pm
In order to participate in the class, you will need to be able to get on and off the floor.
As the studios are hired please contact Kate directly with any problems or queries you may have.
The classes are run in 6 week blocks, once a week. Due to the small class size, all bookings are taken in advance.
The cost is £72 for a 6 week course (includes your initial 15 minute 1:1 session).
Prior to attending your first class, you will be asked to attend a 15 minute 1:1 session with Kate at her clinic to go through the basics to Pilates.
Unfortunately refunds will not be possible if a class is missed as it will not be possible to fill spaces at short notice.
1 to 1 Sessions Available
It is possible to attend individual 1:1 sessions. These are based at my clinic.
1 to 1 Session Prices
1 hour £50
1/2 hour £40
Attending a Pilates Class
Prior to attending a course of pilates please download a questionnaire and fill in and bring to your initial 1:1 session.
Please also download the information on Pilates basic strengthening for you to become familiar with and practice prior to attending your first Pilates class.
It is important that I understand your medical history (including any general medical conditions) and, in particular, any history of pain. This will be really helpful in assessing which exercises may benefit you and which may be more problematic, therefore helping you get the most out of the class.
What to expect
The class will last one hour and will be led by an experienced physiotherapist familiar with a wide range of sporting, back, neck and joint problems, making it a safe environment in which to exercise.
The group numbers will be limited to 12, ensuring that your technique can be checked and exercises progressed to challenge you, whatever your fitness level.
What to bring
Exercise Mats are provided, but if you would rather bring your own mat, please do. If you have problems with your neck, it may also be advisable to bring a medium sized towel which can be used to support your head and neck during parts of the class.
What to Wear
Although the class is active, it is unlikely that you will work up a sweat so wear clothes that you are comfortable to exercise in and which are not restrictive.
You will be exercising in socks, so footwear is not relevant.