Pilates


Class timetable for Pilates

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Term 3 2019 dates for all classes: Commence Monday 22 July (Week 1 of the ACT School Term) for ten weeks until Friday 27 September. 

Note: No Mid-term break.

Terms 3 and 4 will be ten week terms!

Term 4 2019 dates for all classes: Commence Monday 14 October (Week 1 of the ACT School Term) for ten weeks until Friday 20 December. 

Note: No Mid-term break.

 

Dept of Education at 50MC

Tuesday 12.15pm (half Matwork/half Fitball) 

Note: All classes are an hour in duration.

 

Currently, the majority of classes are held in workplaces. 
Classes are also run at the Weston Creek Community Centre at Weston on Wednesday 9.30am-10.30am.

All students receive handouts of the exercises and a copy of the Principles of Pilates (available as a free download)

Pilates classes in your workplace

If your workplace is interested in a class being held for your staff then contact us. It is very simple to setup. Simply ascertain there is sufficient interest from people wishing to attend, work out a time that suits the students and Ken, and have an appropriate room to house the class.

We will be happy to talk to you to help setup a class. There are spare mats available and the classes are run to great music as well. 

 

Course Outline for Pilates 

The Pilates Method is an exercise system focused on improving flexibility and strength for the total body without building bulk.

The Pilates Method is not just exercise. It is a series of controlled movements engaging your body and mind.

BYO mat (some mats available)

Comfortable clothing

Class size limited

Suitable for all fitness levels

Introduction to the 15 Esssential Pilates exercises with emphasis on the Pilates principles (including Alignment, Breathing, Control, Centring, Flowing Movement, A class for beginning and intermediate students. Each week, students will be taken through a one hour class. New exercises will be gradually introduced with an emphasis on correct technique and the Pilates principles. Various levels of each exercise are available for progression and challenge.

 

 

What is the Pilates Method of body conditioning?

Imagine an exercise program that you look forward to, that engages you, and that leaves you refreshed and alert with a feeling of physical and mental well-being.The Pilates Method (pronounced puh-LAH-teez) of body conditioning will do all this...and more. 

Developed in the 1920s by the legendary physical trainer and founder of the Pilates Studio™, Joseph H. Pilates, The Pilates Method is an exercise system focused on improving flexibility and strength for the total body without building bulk. Not surprisingly, some of the first people to use the Pilates Method were dancers such as Martha Graham and George Balanchine. 

The Pilates Method is not just exercise, however. It is a series of controlled movements engaging your body and mind.