QPTC hosts regular Pilates classes on Friday mornings at 9.30am, run by qualified coach Katie Bringloe.

Targeting the deep abdominal muscles that support the spine, Pilates builds strength from the inside out, re-balancing the body and bringing it in to correct alignment. By focusing on precision of movement and alignment, Pilates helps to correct muscle imbalance and provides you with an awareness of how you move your body and hold yourself in every day life. Pilates will improve your posture, achieving a perfect balance between strength and flexibility. The QPTC course costs £57 for the six weeks, and needs to be booked in advance (details below)

Katie (left) writes: “As a certified Teacher with Body Control Pilates I have enjoyed teaching people of all ages and abilities for 10 years. I started practising Pilates in 2006, with the aim of toning up my body, improving my flexibility and relieving lower back ache. Pilates not only helped me achieve all this, it also gave me confidence and I have become stronger and more flexible than I ever thought possible. Each year, I attend training courses so that I can continue to develop my skills and knowledge as a teacher and keep my classes diverse and interesting.”

“It is important for me that my classes offer a warm and relaxed environment. With a maximum of just 10 people per session I am able to spend time, making sure everyone is at ease and encouraged to achieve their personal goals. My classes are dynamic, flowing, safe and well balanced. Expect to leave each session feeling rejuvenated, with a calm mind and a strong and supple body.”

Pilates at Queens Park Tennis Club
£57 for a six week course
Classes run in blocks so please get in touch to reserve a place.
07702 884 866

“I find Katie’s classes a perfect combination of relaxing and challenging. Every class has a lovely flow to it and I always know what to do because Katie’s instructions are clear, thorough and each movement is explained at exactly the right time. I am always so pleased with how I feel afterwards!”

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