Strength & Mobility 6-Week Course
Aims of the course?
Our strength and mobility classes have a 6-week structure to ensure you get the best results from your sessions and still find time to fit it into your daily routine. Each week, the class progresses to enable you to learn different techniques and exercises.
Who is the course for?
Designed to enhance stability, reduce the risks of falls, and improve balance.
What you will learn:
Balance and stability activities.
Muscle strength and conditioning for greater control during movement.
Improve confidence on your feet.
What to expect:
The course is ran in 6-week blocks and has up to 4 participants in the group so that we can really tailor the sessions towards your aims and goals. You will progress at your own pace while being supervised by an experienced instructor. You can expect to feel the benefits in your posture, core stability and strength as you go through the programme.
Venue: Mold Clinic, Clwydian Sports Therapy
Duration: 1 hour a week, for 6-weeks
When: Fridays 11:30am - 12:30pm
Dates: 12th January 2024 - 16th February 2024
Check out our Class FAQs, or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes will be limited in numbers so make sure to guarantee your space quickly!
What do previous class members say?
"Since embarking on the course of Pilates classes delivered by Becky, the movement I have gained following injury to my tendons has greatly improved.
Becky has taken the time to understand my problems, and has ensured that the exercises have been adapted to suit my requirements and limitations.
Over a period of 2 months, the improvement has been noticeable and I am so pleased with the results. Thank you Becky!"
"I have been going to Bex for Pilates 1-2-1 sessions for a couple of years now and can say that I feel so much stronger and supple due to them.
This means that I am able to do more of the activities I enjoy."
We hope that these FAQs will cover some of your initial queries about the Pilates classes.
What do you need to wear?
Please wear clothing you are able to stretch and move comfortably e.g. leggings, gym wear, t-shirts.
We also advise wearing socks as it will help during some of the movements as we perform the exercises without footwear.
What do you need to bring with you?
All class participants will be supplied with their own equipment to bring to each class.
We also advise you to bring a small drink to keep hydrated during the class.
How long are the improver classes?
The classes are an hour with a format of a warm up, main session and stretching.
I have an injury, can I still take part?
Yes, our Pilates instructor specialises in modified Pilates so we will be able to adapt most exercises to suit your ability.
If you would like to discuss it with your instructor, Bex, before the class then you can get hold of her on 01352 746 500.
Why are the classes run in courses?
We run the Pilates in courses so you are able to see progression each week, and the instructor can get to understand your ability and work you at the appropriate level, or make sure you are not doing a movement you shouldn't be.
How do I pay for the course?
Payments are taken through our online booking or we can take cash or card payments when booking in clinic.