Pilates is a gentle form of exercise, based on a set of principles which exercise the whole body through a range of mat and equipment based exercises. Pilates combines the co-ordination of deep postural and stability muscles, breathing, and arm and leg movements with postural correction, suppleness and flexibility. Our Pilates classes are established by an Osteopath, providing the very best Pilates instruction for all ages, abilities and medical conditions.
BACK at EASE prides itself on offering quality Pilates instruction and care for a wide range of individuals. Our classes are led by a registered Osteopath and experienced Pilates instructor, have a maximum of 8 participants and are tailored to the individuals participating. This means that if you are awaiting or recovering from surgery, have acute or chronic pain, are an expectant or new mum, an athlete of any level or just want to be stronger and help prevent injuries… we can help you.
- Gentle, safe and effective for all
- Exercises tailored to fit your needs
- Hands on supervision from friendly, specialist instructors
- Eases back pain, improves posture and flexibility
- Move better, feel better with BACK at EASE
We love happy clients here at BACK at EASE and more than 90% of our participants renew their places each term. We’d love you to be one of them so get in touch and we’ll get you in as soon as possibleSusie
Hardingstone Village Hall, Hardingstone
The Brook Health Center, Towcester
1 hour classes payable in course blocks of 6 weeks – £66
1-2-1 clinical pilates 30 minutes – £42
We run 10 small group classes a week, click here to register your interest or call 07880 750 258
All equipment you will require is provided and the class will be tailored to your needs.
If you miss a class you are welcome to make up your session at any of the other Pilates classes offered by BACK at EASE over the next term, provided we have available space in the class.
Daytime and evening small group classes available, click here to register your interest or call 07880 750 258
What is Pilates?
Pilates is a gentle form of exercise which combines the co-ordination of deep postural and stability muscles with postural correction, suppleness and flexibility. Pilates is suitable for all ages and levels of ability and BACK at EASE’s philosophy is to assist everyone to exercise at their own level safely. Scientific research provides evidence that Pilates is effective in reducing pain, improving physical function, movement and well being.
BACK at EASE Pilates uses the latest in rehabilitation and training principles to provide classes tailored to participants needs. Suzanne has attended extensive training in rehabilitative Pilates with the internationally renowned Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute.
Enrolling for Pilates Therapy
We ask that everyone joining our classes completes a registration form detailing any medical conditions, joint replacements, injuries or general aches and pains. This is to allow us to ensure your needs are catered for when you join the class. If you have a specific injury or are in pain, and have NOT been given a diagnosis BACK at EASE Osteopathy Clinic runs special appointment times for this purpose. This is both for your own safety and to ensure that the class runs smoothly and promptly to maximise the quality of participants Pilates time. With your consent, we are happy to consult with your practitioner about their treatment plan and how we may compliment it and to contact your referring practitioner at the end of your first 6 weeks to inform them of your progress.
What do I wear for classes?
Mats and any other equipment used will be provided. You should come in loose fitting clothes and the class is usually performed in bare feet or socks. Please bring a few layers with you for relaxation and teaching times when you may be still and prone to feeling cold.
Do I need to see a doctor before I come?
Not if you are joining purely for strengthening purposes and are symptom free then all that we require is the completion of a registration form. If you have pain or an injury as mentioned above we request that you seek a diagnosis for this prior to exercising.