Pilates is a fantastic training exercise to improve the health of your whole body, including strength, flexibility, endurance and state of mind.
Ideal for fitness, rehabilitation after an injury or surgery, and improving state of mind, join our expert instructors for group classes or 1-2-1 sessions.
Ideal for overall fitness or rehabilitation after an injury or surgery, join our expert instructors for either 1-2-1 or small group bespoke classes OR group classes online
Join Lauren Wolfe (Senior Physiotherapist & Pilates instructor) online Tuesday morning from the comfort of your own home via zoom link for a 60 minute Pilates class. This is aimed at all levels and we sometimes use small equipment e.g. light weights and resistance bands to add an extra challenge.
1-2-1 classes take place face-to-face at our South Kensington clinic in Kendrick Mews and are bespoke sessions aimed to improved your mental & physical health. With close supervision and facilitation these sessions really do help you get the most out of your body and achieve your physical goals.
We also offer 1:2 or 1:3 small group classes so if you want to come with a family member or friend we can facilitate this.
What is pilates?
Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on core strength and general fitness, with the added benefit of helping to reduce stress.
Classes and exercises are completed on mats, or with specialist apparatus to help add resistance to push your body further as it stretches.
Popular for a number of years in Britain and the US, it’s origins trace back to it’s german founder Joseph Pilates who opened a studio in the 1920s.
What are the benefits of taking a class?
If you’re not sure pilates is for you, then booking a class is a good way to discover how it works and whether it could help you – the same can be said for booking a 1-2-1 session, particularly if you have specific medical needs.
- Strengthens the core
- Gives your entire body a workout
- Rehabilitation for injuries and pain
- Improved posture
- Low impact exercise – no pressure on knees or joints
- Improves focus and flexibility
- Can improve blood circulation
- Good for toning
- Can help with weight loss
- Increases your stamina
- Reduces stress and anxiety
- Helpful during pregnancy and for new mums
- Increases energy levels
- Versatile – exercises can be done at home
- Suitable for all ages and abilities
Is pilates right for you?
If you are looking to improve your fitness and wellbeing, then yes, pilates is right for you. It is a good option regardless of age, fitness background and level of experience.
In addition to this, it can help people cope with medical conditions e.g. chronic pain and help them heal from injuries, such as shoulder. back, or knee pain.
What can you expect from Ken Physio?
Our expert pilates instructors will make you feel welcomed and comfortable, and will guide you through each of the movements and exercises as you learn. We work with complete beginners, through to advanced abilities, from teenagers to the elderly – all are welcome to attend.
Each class or session lasts either 45 or 60 minutes depending on what you preferr and we have changing room facilities on site. Please book in advance and let us know if you have any special requirements or requests.
Contact us today
If we haven’t answered your question here, or you want to find out more information about the classes and sessions we offer, or how we can help you with an injury with pilates, please call us on 020 7603 0040 or complete our enquiry form below.
We’ll be happy to help and look forward to hearing from you.