Weight Loss Pilates

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Tired of short-lived results from unsustainable weight loss programmes? Do you find gym environments competitive and intimidating? We have developed an effective and proven Pilates routine that burns more calories in a class and tones the body. Our classes are held in our boutique studios with a maximum of 10 participants per class. Since 2010, more than 7,500 people have experienced our effective Weight Loss classes.

 

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Our classes are created with beginners in mind, thus no prior Pilates experience is required. Pilates has no impact on the joints, and is safe for everyone who is looking to shed some kilos and achieve a toned body. We recommend at least three classes a week to experience a positive difference in a month.

 

 

You will need to complete a 30 minute Reformer Introduction class before going for your first Weight Loss Pilates class.

 

Classes indicated with {FLOW x HIIT} integrates HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) exercises as part of the class to boost intensity!

 

Classes indicated with {FLOW x JUMPS} integrates Jumpboard exercises as part of the class to boost cardio burn!

You need to complete 5 classes of Reformer Weight Loss Pilates {FLOW X HIIT} and/or Reformer Body Aches Pilates before going for your first Weight Loss {FLOW X JUMPS}.

 

 

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  • Duration of each Group Pilates Reformer class is 55 minutes
  • Recommended to do a minimum of 3 Pilates classes per week
  • Socks are compulsory for every class
  • Class cancellation must be made 12 hours before class or a no-show is charged
  • You will not be able to attend the class if you are more than 10 minutes late – the class will be charged
  • FREE Reformer Introduction Class is 30 minutes and only applicable if you take up a Group Pilates Reformer class immediately after the Introduction Class