Please note: this event occurs in the past.
From 18/04/2012 to 11/07/2012
25/04/2012 - 06/06/2012
ASHDENE CP SCHOOL, THORESWAY ROAD, WILMSLOW, CHESHIRE, SK9 6LJ
Pilates is the buzzword in fitness today – yet is has been delivering results for well over eighty years. Founded by Joseph Pilates in the 1920’s, devotees have included leading figures from the world of dance, film and professional sport. Body Control Pilates is a safe, effective form of body conditioning and works by strengthening the core postural muscles of the body, re-balancing the body and bringing it back into correct alignment. It also strengthens the deep stabilizing muscles of the trunk, making it ideal for the prevention and treatment of back problems – one of the reasons why Pilates enjoys unique support from the medical profession. Many professional sports men and women include BCP into their daily workout in order to enhance their core stability and helping to reduce potential injury – when taken to its highest level, it is not for the faint-hearted! The result? A longer leaner body and because all exercises are done in a slow controlled way, provides long-term effect. It is also a great way of relieving unwanted stress and tension. Body Control Pilates is widely seen as a benchmark for safe and effective teaching of the highest quality. BCP teachers are all members of the Body Control Pilates Association, widely seen as a quality standard for Pilates teaching. All members adhere to a strict Code of Practice to ensure the highest teaching standards and professional ethics. BCP teachers are also set apart by the way in which every client is assessed before starting classes and in the way that the exercises are taught in a progressive way, gradually adding more complex moves in order to build strength and flexibility. Classes are generally limited up to 12 people so that the teacher can give a ‘hands-on.’
Wednesday Level 2 6.30pm - 7.30pm
£58 for a 6 week block
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