Personal training enables you to have a Pilates programme designed and delivered to meet your specific needs. Sessions can be structured in accordance with your schedule, and are delivered in the comfort of your home.
The process begins with an initial consultation that allows me to gain an understanding of your exercise habits (if any), health status, spinal alignment and posture, and general lifestyle. We then discuss your goals and any concerns you might have, and from that create a tailor made Pilates programme which is delivered in one hour sessions at a frequency we agree. It's very much a two way process, where your input is equally as important as my interpretation.
Depending on your individual circumstances, once you are familiar with the exercises in your programme you may also be given some to do at home to help accelerate your results. You'll also gain access to one free group class a week to help you progress. I'm always available for telephone and email support should you need it.
If you want to learn of other's experiences with personal training, take a look at the testimonials page.
REACH SPORTING GOALS
IMPROVE STRENGTH, ENDURANCE & FLEXABILITY
ENHANCE SHAPE AND TONE
REHABILITATE FROM INJURY
WHY MAKE IT PERSONAL?
ALL CLIENTS HAVING PERSONAL TRAINING ALSO GAIN ACCESS TO ONE FREE GROUP CLASS A WEEK!
You can choose to book your sessions in bulk as shown below, or pay as you go for £35 a session.
BOOK YOUR FREE CONUSLTATION
If you want to talk about what personal training could do for you and how I can help reach your goals, then I usually suggest we meet for a coffee and a chat! Click to button below to email me and arrange our meeting.
HOW TO BOOK
TELEPHONE & EMAIL
Buy your individual session or block of lessons by clicking on the links above. I would recommend contacting me first to ensure your preferred days and times are available.
Tel: 07400 714 364
You can pay online or by cash, cheque, bank transfer, credit or debit card.
I will then contact your to arrange the days / times for our sessions.
(Don't panic if you're a beginner, there are variations for all levels and some of these take years of practice!)
Single leg stretch
Single leg stretch really challenges your coordination whilst working your core and mobilising your shoulders and hips. It's also great for stretching your hip flexors that have a tendency to shorten if you've been sitting down all day.
The rollover is an advanced exercise that is great for spinal flexibility. It utilises the core to provide a high degree of control whilst working muscles in the arms, legs, back and chest.
The plank is used in several Pilates moves to promote all over joint stability, muscular and core strength. It can be progressed to include a press up, or leg raise to make it challenging for even the most accomplished gym goer!
The spine twist looks deceptively easy...but don't be fooled! This exercise mobilises you cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine and is fantastic for the waist line.