Hi, my name’s Kat and I’m a Pilates instructor with a difference.
I discovered Pilates in 2016 when I was looking for an exercise that would complement my running habit.
I found that Pilates made my core stronger and improved my posture so that I ran more efficiently. I also became more mindful about how I moved in daily life and my lower back pain began to ease.
I don’t just ‘teach a class’
When I qualified as a Pilates instructor I was keen to do more than just ‘teach a class’.
So, what makes coming to my class different from any other others?
SmallThere are a maximum of eight people per class so everyone receives a good level of attention and feels supported.
SlowClasses aren’t rushed. Each exercise is performed slowly and with control. People build their knowledge and skills each week by learning the benefits of each exercise and how to perform each one correctly.
SimpleThe minimum piece of equipment you need to bring is a mat and a small towel to use under your head. There is no specialist clothing required just a comfortable pair of jogging bottoms / leggings and a T-shirt.
SustainableI always encourage people to take their good Pilates habits outside of the classroom by making good posture and moving mindfully part of their daily life.
SocialPeople come along to a regular weekly class and each one has a fun and friendly atmosphere where everyone feels relaxed and new friendships are made.
Book a taster class today. I think you’ll enjoy it. 🙂
- YMCA – Level 3 Diploma in Mat Pilates (Health and Fitness Education)
- YMCA – Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (Bedford College)