Notting Hill, London
Notting Hill, London
Bootcamp Pilates's Notting Hill branch is located in the heart of upmarket West London. Just minutes from Royal Oak and Bayswater stations, the comfortable, warm, and inviting studio opened in 2005 and also benefits from nearby street parking. Suitable for men and women of all ages, group or private classes can be booked at affordable prices. Complimentary water and towels are also provided and every session is run by qualified trainers who are devoted to making sure that customers obtain the best results in the minimum time.
Bootcamp Pilates's City branch is located in the heart of achingly trendy Hoxton, near Shoreditch. Just minutes from Old Street station, the Cathedral-like space with its high ceilings, large floor space and plenty of light has been newly renovated and features ladies' and mens' changing areas complete with brand new power showers. Complimentary water and towels are also available throughout every class. Suitable for men and women of all ages, group or private classes can be booked at affordable prices with qualified trainers who are devoted to making sure that customers obtain the best results in the minimum time.
When you come to Bootcamp Pilates, you work with a machine called The Reformer. Based on Joseph Pilates’ principles of 100 years ago, when in a war camp during World War 1, he helped his fellow inmates who were bed-ridden to use their beds and whatever else he could muster to create resistance exercise while they were lying down. Back then, he used the bedsprings themselves, cables, springs and pulleys attached to the hospital beds to get the patients to use their muscles, and stop them from atrophying. The Reformer machine we have today is a sophisticated version of what Pilates used in those days. It’s a well-designed and safe system of springs, straps and pulleys which all work together to provide an effective, no-impact stretching and toning workout. It’s kind to your skeleton and joints, and helps lengthen and strengthen your muscles without putting on bulk. It establishes torso stability and postural alignment. This fitness regime is so effective that those in the know, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Aniston and Elizabeth Hurley to name but a few, have adopted this up-to-the-minute form of Pilates. People find that they can lose weight and gain a more aligned and definitely more toned body in a matter of weeks.