Pilates 🤔 isn’t that for stretching or something? 

Pilates is a uniquely precise and intelligent approach to exercise and body-conditioning, which helps to give you a leaner, limber, more toned body and a calmer, more relaxed mind. It takes its name from Joseph Pilates, a German-born emigré to Britain and then America, who devised it in the early part of the last century.

So what is Pilates?

Fed up of that ongoing back pain? 

Just want to be injury free? 

Want to play with the kids of grandchildren again?

Then Pilates is most definitely for you.

It has been popular within dancing and gymnastics for many years now but is now being used by the general public and even celebrities. From those who want a stronger back and core, to those with specific injuries or medical problems then it can help. Even for those who want to get fit or de-stress it caters for literally everything. Our classes come in all variations so you have plenty to choose from. 

Pilates is a gentle, non-aerobic exercise method, which lengthens and strengthens the muscles, and improves posture without stressing the joints or the heart. Indeed, physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors and doctors now recommend Pilates as one of the safest forms of exercise available.

At Infinite Performance you can learn Pilates on the mat, in the air or on our reformers. Our expert teachers are specialised in helping you to get the most from your workout, tone and strengthen the muscles, while placing minimum strain on the joints. 

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Still not sure if Pilates is for you?

I won’t lie, it is not for everyone. But I truly believe that everyone should be doing it. Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned weight lifter, it will provide you with a deeper understanding of your own body and what it requires. 

Pilates is not just some fad that will come and go. It is the building blocks for people to create a stable and supportive environment for their bodies. It is not just for women it is for everyone. From the very fit to the person who has never exercised. It is an inclusive form of exercise that everyone can do.