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Pilates live hip and glute Half hour Pilates classes

Glutes and hip control Pilates class

This 25 minute class challenges our glutes and hip control.

Starting in high kneeling we really challenge our glute and core muscle strength. Moving onto our backs on the mat we challenge our hip and pelvic control further with exercises such as hip twist, one leg stretches and more.

Cooling down with some spine and leg stretches.

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bum toning workout Half hour Pilates classes

30 minute bum toning workout

Today’s 30 minute class focuses on glute strengthening.

We start by warming up our legs and bottoms in standing. Then move into four point kneeling to challenge our glute muscles further, finishing this series with some bridging variations on our backs.

We then give our legs and glutes a good stretch before we finish the class.

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core and stretches pilates workout Half hour Pilates classes

Core workout with stretches

The class starts in standing with some gentle exercises and stretches to warm up.

Coming down on to the mat we work more on our core and then our glutes. Building up difficulty as we go before warming down again with a series of stretches.

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Pilates glute and core Long Pilates classes

Standard core and glutes

Beginning with stretches in standing and some balance exercises. the moving onto the mat working our core and glute muscles both lying on our back and side.

We challenge our glutes and core a little more with clam and side kick exercises. Finishing with some stretches in sitting.

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Abdominal focus Pilates class Half hour Pilates classes

Abdominal focus Pilates class

Abdominal focus, mat-based Pilates class.

Employing a range of exercises, this class focusses on strengthening and toning our abdominal muscles.

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Pilates for lower back pain Easier classes

Pilates for lower back pain

Looking for relief from ongoing back pain? Build up your core strength through Pilates. These simple Pilates exercises and stretches aim to strengthen core and back muscles to reduce lower back pain.

Back pain affects a lot of us. Especially those with jobs that requires a lot of standing or sitting for long periods of time. These Pilates exercises can help you build up core strength to help deal with this kind of stress. Be aware that this is not an ‘instant fix’ building strength takes time.

Do not over exert yourself. If you are unsure as to whether Pilates is for you, please seek professional medical advice.

Enjoy the class “Pilates for lower back pain”:

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Strength and strengthening Easier classes

Stretching and strengthening

This 30 minute class focuses on stretching the spine.

We start with some simple stretches in sitting then move to a cat stretch in four point kneeling.

Moving on to our backs to lengthen the spine further and stretch into our glute muscles.


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glute-focus workout Half hour Pilates classes

Glute-focus Pilates workout

30 minute intense glute focus

This class is solely mat-based and focuses on challenging our glute muscles through a range of stretches and exercise. Enjoy.


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