Shepherds Bush, London
3 mi from Richmond
Shepherds Bush, London
3 mi from RichmondShow Map
Pilates with Gosia is a privately run Pilates studio located in Shepherd's Bush. Offering both group classes and one-on-one tuition, instructor Gosia aims to reward every client with improved posture, reduction in aches, pains and stiffness, greater flexibility and a longer, leaner, more toned body.
2 mi from Richmond
2 mi from RichmondShow Map
When you train with Daniel Alexandra, you can expect to experience the very best standard of delivery. With a combined total of 25 years in the health and fitness industry, we go to significant lengths to ensure that you receive the very best training, nutrition and lifestyle advice available anywhere in London. The high levels of excellence we insist upon will not be compromised under any circumstances and are consistent across all health and fitness products we offer.
At the St Margarets Physiotherapy Clinic we offer a wide range of treatments including Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Massage, Pilates and Core Stability Classes. Our specialists endeavour to help injured and impaired patients of all ages and varying states of pain and inactivity to comfort and wholeness. We provide a drug free holistic approach to healthcare enabling our clients to regain their physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. Our practitioners have been carefully selected. All have diverse experience in their chosen fields and have been employed in a range of settings including NHS, private clinics and the community. They have knowledge and understanding of an immense variety of conditions which becomes apparent as they implement treatment programs tailored to the individuals need. The company and its practitioners will provide Physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage and personal training services alongside group classes including Pilates and movement control, to the general public in a setting that offers a comfortable atmosphere.
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.
I have a fully equipped home studio (Reformer, Cadillac, Arc, Swissballs etc) where I offer group and private 1:1 sessions. I teach Pilates, Bootybarre, Pre and Post-natal Pilates. I also hold Level 4 in Back care and GP referral.