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Pilates Beginner Course
Pilates Beginner Course
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Monthly subscription gives you unlimited access to all videos in the main library. Every week, we’ll publish New Pilates Classes, (1 of each level) New Stretch Classes, Pilates ‘How To’ Videos and Short Express Classes.

Total Duration: 59:47

Videos: 7

Combined Personal 121 & Online Beginner Pilates Course – This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.


Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.


Pain in Pilates:

If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.


(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)


Pilates Breathing:

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly


Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)


Core Muscle engagement and Posture

As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.

15:06
Pre Start Pilates Beginner Course - #1 Posture

Understanding and adopting correct posture is vital for a healthy skeletal system and a key focus during a Pilates class.


We suggest you review and practice with this video before starting the exercises

04:54
#4 Pilates Beginner Course - Ab Prep - 100

The Abb Prep - Start practicing with the feet on the floor 4 - 6 repetitions and build up to 10 in time with the legs lifted in the 100 position.


This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.

Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.

Pain in Pilates:

If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.

(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)

Pilates Breathing:

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly

Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)

Core Muscle engagement and Posture

As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.

04:02
Pre Start Pilates Beginner Course - #2 Breathing

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly

Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)

06:36
#5 Pilates Beginner Course - The Roll Up Part 2

The Roll Up - Start practicing with 4 - 6 repetitions and build up to 10 in time


This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.

Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.

Pain in Pilates:

If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.

(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)

Pilates Breathing:

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly

Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)

Core Muscle engagement and Posture

As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.

06:17
#3 Pilates Beginner Course - The 100 & 1 Leg Stretch

The 100 - Start practicing with 1 leg up for 4 - 6 breaths and build up to 10 in time


This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.

Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.

Pain in Pilates:

If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.

(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)

Pilates Breathing:

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly

Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)

Core Muscle engagement and Posture

As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.

10:13
#1 Pilates Beginner Course

This video includes:

  • The Roll Up
  • Shoulder Bridge
  • Side Kick
  • Spine Twist

Start practicing with 4 - 6 repetitions and build up to 8 - 10 in time


Beginner Pilates Course – This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.

Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.

Pain in Pilates:

If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.

(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)

Pilates Breathing:

Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid     holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly

Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)

Core Muscle engagement and Posture

As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.

12:39
#2 Pilates Beginner Course

This video includes:


  • Swimming
  • The Plank
  • Swan Dive
  • Ab Prep


Start practicing with 4 - 6 repetitions and build up to 8 - 10 in time


Beginner Pilates Course – This series of short videos give you detailed instruction for all basic Pilates Exercises. The aim is to show you how to perform them correctly, but also highlight problems which could occur, showing you how to overcome them. Try to start from video #1 and work your way up.


Below are some pointers to help you with your Pilates practice.


Pain in Pilates:


If a move hurts at all in any way STOP! reset into your Pilates ‘Set Up’ position and try again.


(DON’T ACCEPT PAIN EVER!!) There is no such thing as no pain, no gain with Pilates. (If unsure please contact our instructor’s)


Pilates Breathing:


Breathing is a key focus! Every element of a Pilates exercise is a single breath in or out. (try to avoid   holding your breath) It’s worth reviewing the Breathing video to help you master this quickly


Large thoracic breaths. Breathe in through the nose (make sure the mouth is closed) & out through the mouth. (imagine you’re blowing through a straw)


Core Muscle engagement and Posture


As Children we naturally held our core muscles engaged at 30% at all times, but, as we get older we adopt poor sitting and standing habits which result in the core muscles being relaxed most of the time. Our aim is to help you revive these core muscles to get them working for you daily and improving your overall posture.