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Pilates Mat Work - Online

Monday 7pm & Tuesday 7.30am - Online

  • Duration Varies

Service Description

Welcome to our Online Mat Work Pilates class! Get ready to engage your core, improve flexibility, and enhance your overall strength and coordination from the comfort of your own home. In this session, you'll experience a series of Pilates exercises designed to target specific muscle groups, focusing primarily on the core muscles including the abdominals, lower back, hips, and glutes. Pilates is renowned for its ability to build a strong and toned physique without the need for heavy equipment, making it accessible to people of all fitness levels. Here's why Pilates is so good for you: 1. Core Strength: Pilates emphasises core strength by engaging your deep abdominal muscles. You'll develop a strong, stable core which is essential for maintaining proper posture, helping preventing back pain, and improving overall balance. 2. Flexibility: Pilates movements are fluid and controlled, promoting flexibility and elongation of the muscles. Through a combination of stretching and strengthening exercises, you'll notice increased flexibility in your spine, hips, and shoulders, which can alleviate tension and stiffness in the body. 3. Improved Posture: As you strengthen your core and lengthen your muscles, you'll naturally improve your posture. Pilates encourages proper alignment of the spine, helping to correct imbalances and reduce the strain on your joints and muscles caused by poor posture. 4. Mind-Body Connection: Pilates focuses on mindful movement and breath awareness, promoting a strong mind-body connection. By concentrating on precise movements and breath control, you'll develop greater body awareness, reduce stress, and enhance your overall mental well-being. 5. Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation: Many physical therapists recommend Pilates for injury prevention and rehabilitation due to its gentle, yet effective nature. Pilates exercises can help strengthen weak muscles, improve flexibility, and restore balance to the body, making it an excellent complement to physical therapy or as a standalone practice for injury prevention. 6. Functional Fitness: Pilates exercises are designed to mimic real-life movements, making them highly functional for everyday activities. Whether you're bending down to tie your shoes or lifting groceries, the strength and stability gained from Pilates will carry over into your daily life, helping you move with ease and confidence. So, roll out your mat, grab some water, and get ready!

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Borth SY24 5NG, UK

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