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Pilates in Brighton

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Timetables and Prices

The timetable for Pilates isbelow. You can book your space in one of our classes by clicking the ‘Book now’ button below, calling us on 01273 732 835 or sending an email to info@reachphysiotherapy.com.

Our small class sizes allow you to get close attention from Brighton’s finest Pilates teachers!

Pilates and yoga classes in Brighton

1-2-1 PILATES

You can book 1-2-1 Pilates sessions with our instructors!

If you would wish to get individual assessment on Pilates breathing techniques from Sharon, Helen or Suzy, you can book a private session with either of them. Just call or email us and we can make a booking for you! You can also use our simple booking form.

Private session prices:

More info on prices here

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BOOK A CLASS

You can book a Pilates class using the booking button below. Once your class booking is confirmed, we will send you a confirmation email. In other case, if the class is full, we will inform you with an email. If you don’t receive an email, please check your spam folder or contact us. If you have any questions about bookings, please email info@reachphysiotherapy.com or call 01273 732 835. If you wish to make more than one booking, please refresh the page after each completed booking.

Pilates and yoga classes in Brighton

Pilates at Reach Physiotherapy

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At Reach Physiotherapy Brighton, we offer both mat and reformer Pilates. Being based within Reach physiotherapy clinic, attending pilates within our studio, we will ensure that you are safe as well as challenged.

Pilates is a method of physical exercise and movement designed to stretch, strengthen and rebalance the body. It is a series of movements controlled by body and mind, in which we work the deep muscles to correct our posture, relieve back and neck pains and improve our mobility.

A reformer is a highly specialised piece of equipment, that be easily used to challenge a pilates student. You may start on a mat then progress onto a reformer, however, following an assessment with your teacher, you may start your journey on one of these wonderful pieces of versatile apparatus.

Rehabilitative Pilates

This type of training and treatment is aimed at those people who suffer or have recently suffered some type of injury and who coexist with pain. The main objective of this type of training is to eliminate or, at least, reduce that pain.

 

 

We differentiate the following groups:

 

  • Pilates Rehabilitation: exercises based on the principles of the Pilates method, used as a direct treatment on a specific injury. Aimed at people who currently suffer an injury and want to treat it with movement. Within this group, as the most common injury, we find back pain (cervical, thoracic or lumbar). According to the WHO (World Health Organization), 80% of the population will suffer back pain at some point throughout their lives. 8 out of 10 people.
  • Pilates Re-adaptation: exercises based on the principles of the Pilates method, used to reinforce the treatment previously performed by a health professional such as physiotherapists. That is, the Pilates method is used to return an individual to full function.

Preventative Pilates

Preventative pilates employ similar methods to rehabilitative pilates, however the individual may not have suffered a recent injury. It is refreshing to see an individual attending our centre, wishing to prevent an injury as opposed to a consequence of.

Pilates Cardio-fit

This type of training is aimed at those who start in Pilates practice or for those who want to go one step further in practice. In these sessions we use the repertoire pilates exercises carried out on the Reformer, adding the cardiovascular component, which makes the sessions more dynamic, with the addition of music and small choreographies of exercises.

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