We offer 1:1 Pilates and Pilates classes. The classes are tailored to the needs of patients that have joint or muscular problems, or who suffer with back pain.
What is Pilates?
Pilates is an exercised based program that helps strengthen the deep abdominal muscles around the spine. Research suggests that by strengthening these muscles it helps to reduce the incidence and severity of low back pain.
We offer 1:1 Pilates, reformer Pilates and small Pilates classes – tailored to the needs of patients that have joint or muscular problems, or who suffer with back pain.
1:1 Pilates for back pain sufferers
1:1: At the Waldegrave Clinic we provide bespoke 1:1 Pilates.
Our Pilates instructor will work in collaboration with your chiropractor or physiotherapist to ensure exercises are tailored – so that they are appropriate to you and your particular pain problem.
Depending on previous experience, attendees may be asked to do an initial one hour 1:1 assessment session before you join the class, to ensure that you get the most out of each session and are strengthening the correct muscles.
We have up to 5 people in a class. Please contact reception to find out when our classes are running.
T&C’s for group classes
- Minimum 3 people for a course to go ahead. We will contact 24hrs before hand if the chosen class is not going ahead and give a full refund if we cannot accommodate you in another class.
- No refunds for missed classes unless you have a medical note.
- New attendees must have a one to one first – please book at the clinic reception.
The Waldegrave Clinic has been awarded the coveted Patient Partnership Quality Mark AND Clinical Management Quality Mark in recognition of our superb clinical standards.
Our practice is one of the few clinics nationally that has been awarded both the Patient Partnership Quality Mark and a research status award in recognition of our superb clinical standards. Our high level of expertise is matched with an excellent range of facilities including Shockwave therapy, rehabilitation gym and private changing rooms.