friendly and responsive…quiet and calm
Class sizes are small, which allows specific teaching and correction when needed. The classes are organised into ability level and are tailored to those taking part. Whether you have no experience or are very experienced the class will target your individual needs.
Private lessons are available for those who want a specific session designed for their body and are advisable for those who are new to Pilates.
1 – Learn the basics to then be able to attend a suitable class
2 – Aid rehabilitation – recommended to normalize movement following injury, surgery or to help manage ongoing musculoskeletal problems.
3 – Post natal – Improve pelvic floor and abdominal strength following pregnancy
4 – Woman’s health – Improve pelvic floor strength and abdominal tone
Designed for those who are new to pilates, those who need a slower pace and those who need to review the basics of pilates.
Suitable for those who are familiar with pilates. Classes are varied using small equipement – balls, weights, foam rollers and bands to facilitate and challenge movement.
A more challenging class suitable for those who are experienced in the pilates method. Classical exercises are incorporated as well as small equipment.
A gentle Pilates class for new Mums and babies. (6 weeks postpartum, 8-10 weeks post C-section). It is aimed at helping recover from pregnancy and birth to restore your pre-pregnancy wellbeing by increasing pelvic floor and core strength. It helps to correct postural imbalances and reduces tension in the body.
No need for babysitters as baby is integrated into the class when they are awake. (babies up to crawling age are welcome).
Young at Harte
Young at Harte is specifically tailored for the older client and caters for all abilities. The classes offer a variety of exercises, which use a chair to perform both sitting and standing movements. The class allows you to work at your own level and can be modified for the individual. Exercises encourage increased confidence with mobility, improve balance, muscle strength and ultimately help reduce the risk of falls.