Garuda Clinical Pilates sling, reformer, tower & multi equipment classes in Sale, Cheshire
Garuda Clinical Pilates sling, reformer and tower multi equipment is the ideal place to focus on the six basic Pilates principles and get the basic fundamentals and understand firing patterns of the body.
It will familiarise the client with the Reformer Pilates & tower equipment and the Garuda sling and will establish good motor skills giving you strength and confidence to move to higher classes in the future. You will learn to use a natural breath pattern which promotes a less fight or flight effect on the body. You will use the Garuda sling, reformer and the tower and the arc barrels in these classes at Sale. Our Pilates Reformer classes are unique in that we have the added the Garuda sling, STOTT V2 Max tower and arc barrels. This ensures that clients move multi plane and multi directional keeping it functional for every day life. Core strength and too stability are key. Classes are taught in small groups of five.
Garuda Core sling, reformer Pilates & tower multi equipment – A flowing class of Reformer Pilates and tower work targets your muscles in multi plane dynamic movement sequences. Exercises are more physically demanding with a focus on building strength, challenging co-ordination and endurance while also creating a long, strong “Pilates” body. While more challenging our teachers are experienced and will offer variations within the class to make things easier or more challenging depending on personal requirements.
Garuda strength and tone sling, reformer & tower multi equipment – This class focuses on mobility, agility, strength and performance. All Pilates classes utilize the moving platform with the tower , this course is designed for those who have a basic knowledge of the V2Max Reformer . Movement start as isolation and regression and then increase using more fascial lines and planes three dimensionally.
The Six Pilates Method Principles for Pilates Reformer equipment classes:
Centering, Control, Flow, Breath, Precision, and Concentration.
These six Pilates principles are essential ingredients in a high quality Pilates method workout. The Pilates method has always emphasized quality over quantity, and you will find that, unlike many systems of exercise, Pilates exercises do not include a lot of repetitions for each move. Instead, doing each exercise fully, with precision, yields significant results in a shorter time than one would ever imagine.
Pilates is a Unique Method of Exercise
Core strength and torso stability are key Pilates method benefits, along with the six Pilates principles, they set the Pilates method apart from many other types of exercise. Weight lifting for example, can put a lot of attention on arm or leg strength without attending much to the fact that those parts are connected to the rest of the body! Even running or swimming can seem like all arms and legs, with either a floppy or overly tense core. Ultimately those who really succeed at their sport learn to use their core muscles, but in Pilates this integrative approach is learned from the beginning.