Pilates for the Older Body
About Pilates for the Older Body
Is Pilates the key to eternal youth?
“if your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.” Joseph Pilates
As life expectancy continues to increase... stay younger for longer with Pilates for the Older Body.
Body Control Pilates-trained teacher Jane Robson offers classes in Blackhall, Cramond and D Mains suitable for men and women:
- gentle, low-impact flowing exercises
- improve posture, muscle tone
- develop flexibility, balance, strength
- relieve stress and tension
- safe and effective
Small classes / individual attention
Suitable for beginners or improvers
Mondays 10am - Cramond Kirk Halls
Mondays 11am - Cramond Kirk Halls
Tuesdays 6.30pm - Holy Cross Church Halls, D Mains (from beg July)
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