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Physio-led Pilates

This is not a typical Pilates class.
It is delivered by a qualified, clinically trained HCPC Registered Physiotherapist, who is APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) certified.

This means that you get the wealth of knowledge and experience that comes with being a Physiotherapist, combined with the most comprehensive and diverse Pilates training available. This combination of skills allows our teachers to provide a bespoke approach to your Pilates programme, tailoring it to what you need.

This class will therefore not only help you to improve your strength and control, but can also be used as a form of rehabilitation from an injury. This class can also compliment any current Physiotherapy treatment you are receiving. It can be used to help manage a persistent pain problem or to act as a form of pre-habilitation, for example to help develop strength in a low impact way before undertaking an operation. These classes are also well suited for post-natal mothers, preparing to get back into their usual exercise routine.

Our classes are 1 hour long and include a 10 minute mindfulness and relaxation component.

We keep our class sizes small enough to allow individualised and focused support.

Class price list (pre-booking required):
Fitness First gym members pay per session: £12

Non-members pay per session: £15

6 Classes FF Members £68 Non-Members  £81
10 Classes FF Members £100 Non-Members £124
12 Classes FF Members £110 Non-Members £136

You can book appointments online via our website or by calling 0208 901 6551. Payment is by cash or card on the day before the class begins.

Bespoke Pilates programmes (by appointment only):
1:1 Assessment and Personal Programme Development £60 for 45 minutes or £70 1 hour
2:1 Assessment and Personal Programme Development - Bring a friend! £100 for 45 minutes or £120 1 hour

Please email for more information about booking a bespoke programme.

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