Important Information

Please advise the instructor before commencing any session if, for any reason, your health or your ability to exercise changes (i.e. muscle soreness, joint pain, pulled muscles, minor injuries etc).

If you feel unwell (head cold, dizziness, sickness etc) it would be prudent not to attend class. This is primarily for your safety and well-being (your powers of concentration and performance levels may be below par and however slight, there is an increased risk of injury) and also in consideration for the comfort, well-being and health of other members in the class.

Pilates exercises are very safe but, as with all forms of physical exercise, it is prudent to consult your doctor before starting Pilates sessions.

It is not advisable to do Pilates between weeks 8 to 14 of pregnancy, unless by special arrangement with the instructor. It is also wise to wait six weeks after the birth before resuming exercise.

The sessions are not a substitute for medical counselling or treatment. If you have any doubts about the suitability of Pilates exercises, you should refer back to your medical practitioner.

The instructor can accept no liability for personal injury related to participation in a session if:

  • your doctor has, on health grounds, advised you against such exercise.
  • you fail to observe instructions on safety or technique.
  • such injury is caused by the negligence of another participant in the class/studio.

You are responsible for your own body, listen to it and respect it. Your ability to perform exercises may vary from session to session depending on your state of well-being, fitness, tiredness and/or stress levels. Exercise should be performed at a pace that feels comfortable for you. PAIN is the body's warning system and should NOT BE IGNORED.

Please inform the instructor immediately if you feel any discomfort during a session or afterwards.

It is advisable to drink water during and after sessions to re-hydrate the body and to help flush out toxins that may have been released by your body as a result of the exercise programme. Increasing your water intake (6-8 large glasses per day) will also help to promote and improve your general health and well-being.

You should also be aware that the instructor may need to offer tactile (hands-on) correction, if you feel uncomfortable about this please inform the instructor.

Today's classes

18:15 - 19:15 | Pilates

Location: Weston under Wetherley Village Hall

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