Pilates › Antonia Ptohides
Pilates is a low-impact, inclusive form of exercise which strengthens and stabilises the body. It focuses on the core and has a focus on breathing. It offers “coordination of mind, body and spirit” and its six key principles encompass: control; concentration; powerhouse (core) centring; breathing; precision and flow.
Pilates for Lower Back Pain
A pilates class specifically focused on strengthening the SI (or sacro-illiac) joint. The lower back can sometimes feel pain because of tweaked SI joint, so it's great to give it strength back. A tough, targetted class to release the tension in the SI joint by strengthening the glutes, tummy and hips. You will need a cushion or block or pilates ball.
Arm Exercises For Home
Pilates: For Neck and Shoulders
Pilates focusing on the neck and shoulders. Perfect for those who sit at their desks all day, and ideal for when you come home from work to release the pressure of the day. These are gental remedial movements of shoulders and arms to improve upper back mobility and realise any tension trapped in the area.
Pilates: Quick Spine Release
Pilates: For a Strong Core
A series of classical Pilates exercises which emphasise core stability, alignment and body awareness. Great for back injuries and those who sit behind a desk all day. This short Pilates workout will release any tension in the lower back area, stretch the hip flexors, iliopsoas and hamstrings and create a happier body. Suitable for all levels.