Pilates

 



Health benefits of Pilates


Jessica, our Pilates instructor, develops classes to:

    • Improve flexibility
    • Strengthen muscles, especially your ‘core'
    • Improve posture
    • Reduce pain & stiffness
    • Improve your balance
    • Improve body awareness

“In ten sessions, you will feel the difference, in twenty you will see the difference, and in thirty you’ll have a whole new body.”
    - Joseph H. Pilates, founder of Pilates

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Who would benefit from Pilates classes?


Pilates is a low-impact workout using the strength and resistance of your own body. The exercises can be tailored to suit anyone: from injured and “out-of-shape” people to elite athletes.

If you are injured and unsure if Pilates is suitable for you, please speak to your doctor or health practitioner. If desired, Dr Cassie, our Chiropractor, or Glenn, our Remedial Massage Therapist, can perform a thorough assessment to determine if Pilates is appropriate for you.


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What should I bring?


Nothing but a smile! Taking the stress out of classes, we provide all props and equipment. You may wish to bring a small hand towel and a drink bottle to your classes.

The centre has shower and change facilities, so bring a towel and change of clothes if you would like to use these after class.


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What should I wear?


Please wear comfortable clothing which you can freely move in. Classes are done in bare feet or pilates non-slip socks.


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Who is Jessica MacPhie?


Running all of our Pilates classes here at Body & Brain Centre, Jessica is a qualified Pilates Instructor, Personal Trainer and Accredited Practicing Dietitian. To read more, please visit Jessica MacPhie's profile.


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