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Physiotherapist-led Pilates classes throughout 2018

31 December 2018

About the classes 

Pilates is a system of exercises designed to help improve your posture, balance, strength, flexibility and body awareness. Clinical Pilates has been specifically adapted from classical Pilates by Physiotherapists who are experts in anatomy and movement.

Whether you are experiencing lower back pain, recovering from an injury, returning to exercise after pregnancy or simply want to stay healthy or improve your balance, clinical Pilates has something to offer you.

We offer Physiotherapist led Pilates classes and 1:1 sessions for all abilities. 

Class details

Where: Physiotherapy Gym, Spire St Anthony’s Hospital, 801 London Road, North Cheam, Surrey, SM3 9DW

When:

  • Monday: Beginners - 6pm - 7pm or Improvers - 7pm - 8pm
  • Wednesday: Improvers - 6pm - 7pm
  • Friday: Beginners - 10.30am - 11.30am

Price: Introductory class offer: Free assessment worth £50, with the purchase of a eight session block

Pilates Classes (1 hour)

  • Beginners - £120 for 8 week course
  • Improvers - £15 per class or £120 for 8 week course

1:1 Pilates (45mins)

1:1 Pilates includes a combination of mat work, small equipment and reformer exercises according to your needs.

  • £50 per session
  • £190 for 4 sessions (5% discount)
  • £360 for 8 sessions (10% discount)

Please note bookings are taken on a first come first serve basis and cancellation fees may apply. An initial assessment must be booked before attending any of the classes.

To confirm availability or book a place please email stanthonysphysio@spirehealthcare.com or complete the below enquiry form.

Physiotherapist led Pilates classes

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