Berrylands Pilates' classes are designed for all levels and abilities.
Focusing on strength, flexibility, posture, with particular emphasis on core muscle control and body alignment.
Pilates isn’t just about lying on a mat. It’s about exercising the whole body in a safe and calm environment. An APPI-trained instructor, Aga will help you find the right level for you to benefit from a pilates class.
Why Come for a class with Berrylands Pilates?
Berrylands Pilates’ classes are designed for all levels and abilities to improve muscular strength, flexibility and posture to keep you fit.
Aga is also a fully qualified Sport Rehabilitator and If you suffer from back pain, a shoulder or sports injury, or recovering from a labour Aga will help you find the right level for you to benefit from a Pilates class.
What will it be like?
Classes are focusing on strength, flexibility, posture with particular emphasis on core muscle control and breathing. Pilates class at Berryland Pilates is not just about lying on a mat. It’s about exercising the whole body in a safe and calm environment.
If it’s your first class, you should make sure you arrive at least 10-15 minutes early. This is to allow you enough time to get set up and talk to an instructor.
What should I wear?
Anything light and comfortable that you can stretch in and feel relaxed in. Some people prefer to go barefoot; others like to wear Pilates socks.
Do I have to bring anything?
We provide everything – no mats needed. We have resistance bands, Pilates rings, spiky balls, foam rollers and head supports. But of course, if you’d like to bring your own mat that’s ok.
Results & Benefits
According to Joseph Pilates "In 10 sessions you'll feel the difference, in 20 sessions you'll see the difference, and in 30 sessions you'll have a whole new body".
But it really depends on how often do you exercise. For someone who only exercises once a week to feel benefits will take longer than for someone who exercises 3-4 times a week.
You should start seeing changes in your core strength, flexibility, and muscular endurance within the first 6 weeks, if not before.