There are enormous health benefits to be gained from doing Pilates on a regular basis. Pilates can not only give you better self-confidence but it also increases your sense of overall well-being in a much more effective way than yoga. Only with Pilates can you focus on your overall fitness performance, and at the same …
I will have three new Pilates classes starting in Phibblestown Community Centre, Dublin 15. The new class times are Monday morning at 9am, Tuesday night at 8pm, and Thursday night at 8pm.
Philip Friedman and Gail Eisen, two students of Romana Kryzanowska, published the first modern book on Pilates, The Pilates Method of Physical and Mental Conditioning, in 1980 and in it they outlined six “principles of Pilates”. These have been widely adopted—and adapted—by the wider community. The original six principles were concentration, control, centre, flow, precision, …
If practiced with consistency, Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the whole human body.
In a recent interview with the Irish Independent, Gordon D’Arcy revealed how important Pilates is to keep him injury free: “I was able to keep playing, and (Pilates) was so important for injury prevention and injury maintenance. When I don’t do it, my back will tighten up somewhere down the line.”
Due to demand, I’ve added another one hour Pilates class on Friday from 7pm to 8pm in Castleknock Community Centre, Dublin 15. This class is suitable for beginners and experienced students alike.
An animated history of the remarkable life of Joseph Pilates, creator of the Pilates Technique.
I will be starting a new Pilates class every Monday at 7pm in Castleknock Community Centre, Dublin 15 from January 12th 2015. The classes will be focussed on new comers to Pilates.
Some flyers have been delivered which state the starting date of the class as January 12th 2014. This is incorrect and should have been printed as Monday the 12th of January 2015. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.