Pilates Classes Leicester

Why Join My Pilates Classes in Leicester?

Pilates Classes Leicester are available from a fully qualified Body Control Pilates instructor. I have been teaching Pilates for 15 years, 5 of which have been based in Leicester.  Over that time I have taught every age and ability from complete beginners to professional dancers, golfers, musicians, teachers and more. I have instructed privately, in gyms, at peoples homes, at Pilates Studios and in Church halls.  I also have years of experience, not only teaching Pilates, but Dance.

Having a Clinical Pilates Instructor qualification and also a Personal Trainer qualification allows me to help people with medical conditions. It gives me further knowledge of the complexity of the muscles and the way they are behaving in individual cases. I regularly attend courses to update my teaching skills and learn new material. This is also a way of keeping up to date with new equipment to use while teaching. All equipment is supplied in my beginners, intermediate & one-to-one classes in Leicester and at my own studio.

Pilates Classes for Physical & Mental Wellbeing

Pilates classes Leicester are ideal for peoples of all ages and levels of physical fitness.  It doesn’t matter what your current level of fitness is, if you are a beginner, injured, or an athlete you will benefit from Pilates.

You will learn how to use your body safely and correctly, with a deeper understanding of how it works and what to do to help yourself depending on what you need as an individual. There are many benefits to practising Pilates. You may want to improve your physical or mental wellbeing, wish to tone your body after having a child or improve your understanding of how your body works. Come and join us to see what it's all about!

“In ten sessions you’ll feel the difference, in twenty you’ll see the difference, and in thirty you’ll have a new body”
JOSEPH PILATES

 

Qualified Body Control Pilates® Instructor

Body Control Pilates® offers a comprehensive programme of exercises for both mat and machine work. They are adapted from the ‘classical’ exercises developed by Joseph Pilates. We believe that many of these classical exercises are often not suitable for the average person and the average body.

In order for someone to work safely and effectively and to gain the full benefits of Pilates, these classical exercises should be broken down to establish good movement skills thus building the best possible foundation upon which to progress towards the classical, more advanced work.

I am a qualified Body Control Pilates® instructor, please contact me for information about my Pilates classes.

Testimonials

"For a number of years, I've been attending both group classes and 1-2-1 sessions with Rosy. I would recommend her as a Pilates teacher without any hesitation. Rosy has the most amazing knowledge of Pilates and how it can benefit everyone individually. Rosy is super passionate about Pilates in a way that just makes you want to learn more about it. Also she is very positive and encouraging which are essential to being a great teacher."

Simon Kelly.

"I look forward to pilates classes with Rosy. I have progressed well from beginner to intermediate level with Rosy. Each lesson is interesting and stimulating. Rosy explains clearly each exercise and demonstrates the correct moves. The music she uses is excellent and sets the mood for the class. Rosy limits the numbers in the class so she is able to give attention to each class member. Rosy provides: mats, head rests, rollers , spiky balls, foam blocks and bands so all I have to do is turn up!
A rugby playing friend suggested I would benefit from the class and he was absolutely spot on. I have done gym "stuff" over the years but this is different!“

Lee Mitchell.

"I was sceptical at first because I thought Pilates was just rolling around on the floor pretending to do exercise. As a consequence of Rosy’s calm yet encouraging style of teaching, I’ve embraced Pilates becoming significantly stronger and more robust, with the toils of old rugby injuries being notably less."

Rick Hall