How does Pilates work?
Pilates works by combining breathing techniques with special stretches. Unlike other forms of exercise, Pilates represent a method focused on improving the body's core by making the body more flexible and stronger. Many people confuse it with yoga, but Pilates is actually much more dynamic of the two because it pushes the body through stretching and targets flexibility, posture and strength.
The Benefits of Pilates
After a complete course of these exercises, an individual should instantly feel the difference in their abs, back and legs. All this leads to weight loss, increased energy levels and general sense of well-being. Although most people see Pilates as a kind of exercise targeted specifically at women, that isn’t true. Pilates is an ideal workout for athletes recovering from injury, older people with not enough capacity to do strenuous exercise, and post pregnancy recovery.
Developing and strengthening abdominal muscles
Stretching and strengthens the whole body
Increased energy levels
Aligning your body
Rehabilitation of all kinds of injuries
Renata decided to become a teacher for several reasons: First, her love for Pilates! She says there are very few exercise programs out there that you will be able to do when you’re a teenager or in your sixties, and this is one of them. Pilates helps you to maintain a good physique as well as making you feel strong and energised. It stretches and strengthens your entire body. It connects you to your centre... I absoulutely love it! A fully qualified Basi Pilates instructor (http://www.basipilates.com/) Renata brings her obvious knowledge and passion to each class she runs at Evolve FItness. She teaches her classes in English however she also speaks German & Polish and is also qualified in pre & postnatal Pilates.
Class schedule & Costs
As an introductory offer your first class is FREE
So come in and see if its something for you!
New course starts Tuesday December 5th at 19:00
€15 per class or €120 for a 10 week course