Virtual Corporate Pilates Classes
Pilates is an all-over body conditioning workout that elongates muscles, improves posture and strengthens the ‘powerhouse’ also known as the core. As with our array of yoga classes, our online Pilates classes are specifically devised with the office worker in mind. By lengthening and strengthening the muscles from the inside out, practitioners benefit from increased trunk stability, body awareness and coordination, allowing them to move with grace and control.
Our classical mat work practices focus on functional movement, which means the emphasis is on moves which benefit us in our daily lives and movement patterns: how we walk, sit, stand bend down, lift things, and so on. With regular practice, practitioners develop balanced strength, space and control in their bodies, so they can move better and become less prone to injury.
Our desk-based Pilates classes are ideal for sneaking some exercise into your workday, and incorporate many of the poses you might recognise from a traditional mat class. We offer lunchtime-friendly 20- and 30-minute classes, as well as more bitesize ones to break up longer online events and conferences to get your delegates moving without breaking a sweat.
30 / 45 / 60 min sessions; one-off or regularly scheduled
An experienced, fully accredited and insured teacher
Private live streamed classes for your workforce
Securely hosted recordings, made available for one week
Our experienced teachers assume no prior knowledge and will show you the most effective exercises from the Mat Pilates method. By taking part in these classes, you’ll feel the benefits transfer to your other fitness and movement practices, as well as more generally in your daily activities.
Our Pilates classes are designed to provide the following benefits:
Greater physical wellbeing
Please send us an email or give us a call to book, or set up a consultation to discuss your company’s specific needs and how we can best meet them.
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