Teaching Pilates at Barnack village hall

Teaching Pilates

Pilates at Carlby

On a Monday morning at 9.15am- 10.15am we meet at Carlby Village Hall for a mixed ability Pilates class.  The class caters for all levels of abilities and ages and is an extremely fun and friendly class! In the Pilates class we spend the first part of the class warming up and setting up the body, we then go through a whole host of exercises. These Pilates exercises tone up the whole of the body and we also work on flexibility and posture.  At the end of the class we have a relax and stretch which is a great reward after the class!  All of the exercises and stretches in this Pilates class at Carlby will be explained clearly, in order to make sure that you understand the moves.  Please remember to go at a pace that you feel comfortable with, there are lots of different levels with all Pilates exercises so you can find a level that you feel comfortable with

**Please bring a mat and some water with you.  Also please wear comfortable clothing, we do the class in socks/bare feet as shoes make the class much harder!**

Before coming to my Pilates class at Carlby, please fill out a Health Screening Questionnaire and bring to your first class.  This is just to see if there are any health issues/injuries that I need to be aware of.

Carlby Village Hall is located in the middle of Carlby village.  It has its own small car park and pleanty off road parking on quiet roads.  There are toilets and a kitchen where you can get water from.

Carlby Village Hall

Main Road

Carlby Village Hall is very convenient for Stamford, Barnack, Bainton, Pilsgate, Ashton, Ufford, Uffington, Tallington, Wansford, Helpston, Glinton and Peterborough.

To read testimonials from some of my clients please click here.

Before you take part in any of my classes or take a personal Pilates session you will need to to download my “Health Screening Questionnaire” please click here and bring this fully filled in to your first class with me. Thank you in advance.

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