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get moving pilates calendar

Get Moving Pilates calendar

Improve flexibility, general mobility and strength with this month-long Pilates calendar.

Our summer calendar focuses on stretches and exercises to get the whole body moving as well as continuing to build on strengthening our core muscles.

It is a programme designed to help keep you active and support you in doing the things you love to do. So…lets get moving!

This is a progressive calendar – starting with some more gentle classes before gradually increasing the level of intensity each week. Finishing with some tougher level classes that incorporate more challenging movements.

Please always work to a level that you feel comfortable and safe to do. I hope you enjoy it.

Week 1

get up and go Pilates class


Get up and go Pilates

NEW CLASS. This is a gentle paced class giving the body an all over workout.

(Easier, 36 minutes).

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stretch and release Pilates


Stretch and release

Pilates class to help stretch out the body and release tension.

(Easier, 34 minutes).

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Week 2

mobilise and strengthen Pilates


Mobilise and strengthen Pilates

NEW CLASS. Mat based class working to mobilise and strengthen throughout the body.

(Moderate, 43 minutes).

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simple core control


Simple core control

Class designed to gently engage and strengthen our deep abdominal core and pelvic floor muscles.

(Easier, 34 minutes).

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Mat pilates flow


Mat Pilates flow

Class following a sequence of exercises connecting upper and lower body movements together.

(Moderate, 27 minutes).

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Week 3

Get moving Pilates


Get moving Pilates routine

Get up and at ’em with this all-over routine.

(Moderate, 39 minutes).

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total body Pilates workout


Total body Pilates workout

Whole body class including sequences to strengthen core muscles and mobilise through the spine.

(Moderate, 48 minutes).

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Morning Pilates Flow


Morning Pilates flow

Short mat based class designed to help gently stretch and energise the body.

(Moderate, 18 minutes).

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Week 4

Total movement and control Pilates


Total body movement and control

All over workout incorporating challenging movements and sequences.

(Tough, 44 minutes).

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Mobility Pilates class


Full body mobility

Class focuses on stretching the whole body as well as working our core, glutes and upper body muscles.

(Moderate, 36 minutes).

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Pilates flow


Pilates flow

Short Pilates workout challenging us from head to toe.

(Tough, 19 minutes).

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Week 5

Total stretch and strengthen


Total body stretch and strengthen

Advanced full body workout incorporating a range of stretch and strengthening sequences.

(Tough, 42 minutes).

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dynamic Pilates workout


Dynamic Pilates workout

Work to improve strength and fitness with this dynamic Pilates workout.

(Moderate, 35 minutes).

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full body pilates blitz


Full body blitz

Class to put you through your paces. An all-over workout incorporating a series of core and abdominal sequences.

(Tough, 52 minutes).

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4 COMMENTS
  • Janice
    Reply

    Is there a spiritual element to the teacher and/or the classes?

    1. Vicky
      Reply

      Hi Janice. As a physio my classes focus largely on physiotherapy-based Pilates methods. But I do have some relaxing and mindfulness classes that you may be interested in? You can find those here: https://pilateslive.co.uk/all-pilates-classes/pilates-classes-for-relaxation/

  • Nk
    Reply

    Hi,

    Which pilates would be best for sciatic nerve pain? My sciatic pain has become so bad I struggle to sleep, sit or walk.

    1. Vicky
      Reply

      Hello, I am sorry to hear you are struggling with sciatic nerve pain, I understand how debilitating this can be. It is difficult to give specific advice so I can only speak in general and I would recommend you seek advice from a health professional if you are unsure about exercises. I would say it is important to try to avoid movements or exercises that might aggravate your symptoms, for example I would probably avoid exercises such as a one leg stretch and hamstring stretches to begin with as this may aggravate your symptoms. You may find gentle lower back stretches and exercises such as bridging helpful. Other things like using heat on our back, pillows under your knees can also be helpful in settling pain. You may like to try our lower back pain class which can be found here: https://pilateslive.co.uk/pilates-classes/lower-back-pilates-class/ I hope the classes help and your symptoms improve. Best wishes, Vicky

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