NB Due to covid19, classes are currently taking place outdoors over the summer months but will resume indoors in small, socially distanced group, as of September 2020.
Rehab Pilates is a core stability, stretch and mobility class for people with specific issues that make mainstream one-size-fits-all classes hard to attend. The aim of Rehab Pilates is to help you move more freely, relieve aches and pains and enable you to exercise around any restrictions that you have. It's absolutely my pleasure working on finding solutions that will liberate you.
Rehab Pilates is an easygoing class suitable for a wide range of people, from those with lower back pain seeking to strengthen their deep abdominals in a gentle fashion, to serious runners, cyclists and triathletes who wish to improve core stability to enhance sports performance. I will adapt this class for you and your needs.
Rehab Pilates will help to:
Rehab Pilates takes place on Thursdays at 7.05pm.
My Leicestershire Rehab Pilates takes place in Woodhouse Community Hall, LE12 8TZ, set in beautiful countryside just outside Loughborough.
All Zest4lifeUK Leicestershire pregnancy fitness classes are run as courses that you can start at any point, space permitting:
"I've been doing postnatal and rehab Pilates classes with Jo for over 3 years now. Jo is an intelligent, thoughtful and kind teacher. She always takes into consideration specific needs and ailments of attendees. Thankyou Jo! PS raw chocs are delicious and very clever!"
Dipti, medical consultant
Signing up is easy:
• Click on “registration form” which you will find in the menu down the left hand side of this screen
• Fill in the form and click “submit registration”
• I'll be in touch!
Q. When does the next CoreBall course start?
A. If you go into the “Latest & Blog” section of the website you will find up-to-date information on dates and times of classes.
Q. Your current course is already running. May I join part-way through?
Q. I suffer from back pain. Is it alright to do CoreBall
A. This course uses core stability techniques and focuses specifically on strengthening your abdominals, as well as on posture. It can, therefore, be particularly beneficial for those suffering from back pain, if done with excellent technique. I would, however, suggest that you seek advice from your GP before enrolling.
Q. I have never enjoyed exercise classes because I find it hard to follow a routine. Will CoreBall be hard to follow?
A. No, this is not a “choreographed” class with a routine. We work through a series of logically organised exercises that strengthen the deep abdominals and I explain each exercise and make sure that everyone is doing the exercise correctly and working at a challenging but manageable level.
Q. I’m a man! Is CoreBall for men too?
A. Yes! If you want to develop core strength – to alleviate back pain, correct your posture or improve your sports performance – then CoreBall is a very effective way of doing so, and it should become part of your weekly exercise “portfolio”.