Pilates at SWEAT Southsea
At SWEAT Southsea you can train effectively 1-1 in a private and comfortable environment, without any sign up or membership fees or join one of our group mat classes.
Pilates will help to improve your core strength, key in protecting the spine and will help to remove imbalances within the body which may predispose you to injury. Pilates will also help you improve posture, balance and flexibility.
As well as being an APPI Pilates instructor, Lexie is a highly qualified Sports Therapist, having completed her MSc degree in Sports Rehabilitation at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham. Lexie is also qualified through the APPI to deliver Ante and Post Natal Pilates.
As well as being an APPI Pilates instructor, Sam is a specialist Physiotherapist with over eight years experience since graduating with an MSc in Physiotherapy from the University of East Anglia.
Interested in Private Pilates sessions?
Drop us a note:
1-1 sessions: Block of 5 sessions: £200
Semi Private (2 people): £50 per session | Small Private Group (3-6 people): £19 per person
Mat Pilates classes
Our Pilates classes offer a contemporary approach with movements underpinned by basic principles which are based in modern principles of exercise science, prehabilitation and rehabilitation, making it one of the safest and most effective exercise methods available.
Monday's 6:30pm | Tuesday's 6:30pm
Class capacity: 10 | Duration: 55 mins
How will Pilates benefit me?
The APPI Pilates brand is an advanced exercise methodology designed to improve your core strength (key in protecting the spine) and to remove imbalances within the body which may predispose you to injury.
Pilates is beneficial for everyone to improve muscular strength throughout the body. It is recommended for people with back pain as it helps to develop muscular strength in the back and abdominal region as well as improving spinal mobility, all of which are important to the treatment and prevention of back pain. It is also great for athletes to energise muscular slings and correct muscle firing patterns as well as helping with posture.
Increased core strength, stability and peripheral mobility / Longer, leaner muscles / Balanced strength & flexibility / Improved balance, coordination & circulation / Improved posture / Increased circulation and relieved tension / Enhanced athletic performance / Heightened body awareness and mindfulness of movement / Low to no impact making it easy on your joints / Helps prevent injury and improve existing injuries / Suitable for everyone from rehab patients to elite athletes / Decrease in lower back and neck pain, as well as other general pains / Works the deeper, smaller muscles groups that can be missed in typical workouts or exercise classes / Complimentary to all other forms of workouts and rehab programmes / Modifications for all fitness levels and injuries
Who is Pilates good for?
Athletes looking to enhance their performance
Individuals recovering from injury
Anyone wanting to increase their core strength, flexibility and stability
Fitness fanatics that want to get to a higher level of fitness capacity
People of all ages and fitness levels
Individuals undertaking rehabilitation programmes
People interested in rebalancing their body and muscles from stressful lives or repetitive daily activities, such as sitting at a desk
Workout beginners that want a lower impact workout with big gains