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Pilates

We have created a private one-to-one Pilates studio suite within our luxury gym. It is completely separate, with its own shower room, and provides the perfect environment for focused exercises under the expert guidance of White Room Fitness Pilates trainers who offer sessions Tuesday - Saturday.

Reformer, Mat and Tower equipment maximises the variety of exercises available to you, offering greater resistance and more support.

Pilates - one-to-one sessions in our separate studio

Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on using both the mind and body to achieve optimum performance. The deep stabilizing muscles of the body are conditioned and strengthened using sequences of movements that use gravity, body weight and specially designed equipment as forms of resistance. The connection between the mind and body is crucial to Pilates since it trains the mind to maintain a constant level of awareness of the way the body moves. This results in a greater control of motion and vastly improved technique. We all need strong core muscles to maintain optimum alignment and to support our movements and prevent injury.

Poor posture accounts for a variety of aches and pains that hamper a large proportion of the population, the most common being back ache. Pilates teaches you to consciously maintain optimum anatomical alignment in all positions and during movement to reduce injury and pain.

Pilates is a well established method of rebuilding strength and function following injuries. Since it is low impact it is ideal as a form of physical therapy; you attain a structured method of taking control and improving your own strength and stamina, as well as being able to combat the effects of osteoporosis.

'Dynamic Pilates' sessions are available to fitter clients which are more intense and will improve your endurance plus increase strength in targeted areas.

Total Body Workout

Pilates works the body in a functional way, using muscles in synergy with each other. This is the way that the body is designed to be used, and the movement sequences performed can prepare you for the physical challenges of everyday life.

Core Stability & Postural Alignment

Poor posture accounts for a variety of aches and pains that hamper many people the most common being back ache. Pilates teaches you to consciously maintain optimum anatomical alignment in all positions and during movement, thus making you stronger and less liable to injury and pain.

Muscle Tone and Strength

Pilates is a fantastic way to sculpt your muscles, and is particularly effective in reducing body fat when combined cardiovascular work outs.

Improved Body Awareness

Pilates work outs improve balance and co-ordination by teaching a greater connection between the mind and body. Many clients have forgotten how to use various muscles; so Pilates gets you back in touch with your own body so that you can use it to its full potential.

Injury Rehabilitation & Osteoporosis

Pilates can rebuild strength and function following injuries. Its low impact makes it an ideal form of physical therapy whilst providing a structured method of improving strength and stamina, as well as combating the effects of osteoporosis.

Weight Loss

Pilates will contribute to your overall strategy to lose weight by increasing muscle tone and strengthening your body, preparing it for the more dynamic calorie burning work outs.

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