PILATES & YOGA

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Pilates


Pilates is a body conditioning method that works by targeting the deep postural muscles. This re-balances the body and corrects postural alignment. It improves body awareness and focus, releasing tension as you exercise.

Pilates is a slow, controlled approach making it suitable for people with back problems, after injury and first time exercisers. They are supervised private sessions as mat based exercises targeting specific core muscles and improving flexibility under control.


Personalised Programmes
two to one     or     one to one     sessions

The benefits of Pilates


  • Making your movement patterns more efficient
  • Reducing your risk of injury
  • Reduced fatigue
  • Improved co-ordination
  • Balance and body alignment
  • Improving your self-confidence
  • Movement awareness
  • Self-manage your back pain

Pilates Instructors


Sue Webb:
OCR & KFA Qualified, Pilates - Level 3 Diploma in Pilates. Member of the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).

Camilla Harraway:
MCSP HCPC registered physiotherapist offer APPI Pilates as rehabilitation following spinal problems or surgery.

Yoga

The personal Yoga classes at Toll House Clinic help to co-ordinate the breath, mind and body to encourage balance, both internally and externally and promote feelings of relaxation and ease.


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The benefits of Yoga

  • Improved efficiency of lungs and cardio-vasular system
  • Improved posture, flexibility and strength
  • Improved concentration
  • Enhanced feeling of well-being
  • Better quality of sleep
  • Reduction of anxiety and depression

Yoga Instructor

Claire Sokell is a member of The British Wheel of Yoga which is the largest yoga membership organisation in the uk, committed to promoting a greater understanding of yoga and its safe practice through experience, education, study and training.  She offers classes in groups of three or individually.