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Core and abs (5 class series)
Glutes and pelvic control (4 class series)
Lumbo-pelvic control (4 class series)
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Progressive core and abs (Jan 2021)
Strengthening and toning (Spring 2021)
Flexibility and mobility (Summer 2021)
Progressive core strength and stability (Autumn 2021)
Fitness focus Pilates calendar (January 2022)

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  • Lena holland

    I’ve been following you for the last couple of years, so helpful during lockdown. Do you have a class for sciatica? Only hurts at night now but had “slipoed disc” 7 years ago and this is first minor incidence. Pilates definitely helps. Thanks for all you do, i give when i can. Lena.

    1. Vicky

      Hi Lena, thanks for your comment. Sorry to hear about your sciatica. I can of course advise, but please note that this is general advice as I haven’t assessed you. If you are concerned about anything should seek a medical professional.

      Often movements such as a one leg stretch, hamstring stretch where the leg is out stretched may irritate the nerve as we also stretch the nerve sightly in these positions so maybe worth avoiding initially.

      For some people lying on their tummy can give relief to the leg symptoms and if that is comfortable you can try coming up into a cobra type stretch. Again if it gives you relief then a good thing to repeat during the day. Movements such as Bridging, swimming, child pose can also be nice to strengthen and mobilise around the spine. You can find some short tutorials on these exercises here: https://pilateslive.co.uk/pilates-exercises/

      You may like to try our Pilates for Lower back class. This does include a one leg stretch but if it doesn’t irritate your symptoms then that’s fine otherwise you could leave this out. This class can be found here: https://pilateslive.co.uk/pilates-classes/lower-back-pilates-class/ or our ‘Back mobility and strengthening’ which can be found here: https://pilateslive.co.uk/pilates-classes/back-mobility-and-strengthening/

      You may also like to try our Super stretchy class found here:


      I hope that’s of some help. Best, Vicky.

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