Pilates works the whole body, emphasizing control, precision and concentration on both the mind and the body. Movements are not performed rapidly or repeated excessively instead, the focus is on quality not quantity. The abdominal muscles, lower back and buttocks serve as the center of all movement, allowing the rest of the body to move freely. This focus on core stability helps make you stronger from the inside out.

The low impact nature of Pilates makes it ideal for injury prevention and rehabilitation. Its six principles-concentration, control, centering, breathing, flow and precision-train the body to move efficiently with minimal impact. The balance between strength and flexibility creates a healthy, vigorous and symmetrical workout for all muscle groups resulting in a leaner, more balanced, and stronger body.

Emma Viggars (previously an A&E nurse) trained with the Pilates Foundation in 2001-2003 and has taught mat & equipment based Pilates ever since.  

Pilates has many health and wellbeing benefits, it improves your core strength, flexibility, posture & co-ordination.  Is ideal exercise post injury rehabilitation.  Suitable for all ages and is a safe form of exercise pre/post pregnancy.    

Mat classes at the White Rooms  
Thursdays 9.45 - 10.45
Small groups of max 10 clients to allow for guidance at all times.
All equipment provided. Relaxed & friendly atmosphere


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