THE ROSEWELL CENTRE | GRANTHAM | NR STAMFORD | SOUTH LINCOLNSHIRE
Rebalance body and improve posture
The Natural Movement of Pilates
Enjoy Pilates for yourself as a fabulous exercise that aims to rebalance the body, correct postural alignment and build muscle strength, and reap the benefits of improved mobility and natural movement.
The Rosewell Centre has partnered with Emily Rule who is fully qualified and insured to deliver this unique experience of rejuvenation. Practised as a group class or on a one to one basis. Please check our Timetable and Events page for upcoming Pilates classes and contact Emily directly at email@example.com.
What is Pilates?
Pilates is traditionally based on a series of exercises aimed to rebalance the body, build muscle strength, improve mobility and ensure correct postural alignment, which in turn restores natural movement.
Exercises are performed on a mat or using special equipment, that can include hand weights, rings, pulleys, springs, handles or straps, which provide either resistance or support, depending on the participant’s needs.
Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates, who believed physical and mental health were intrinsically connected. Pilates’ method was influenced by Western forms of exercise, including boxing, gymnastics and Greco-Roman wrestling. In the 1920s Joseph Pilates opened a studio in New York, where he taught his method for several decades.
Is Pilates suitable for me?
Pilates is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness and ability. The Rosewell Centre offers a range of classes from beginner, through to mixed ability to more advanced classes. If you have any health concerns, our experienced and qualified instructor will be able to advise you.
Can I injure myself doing Pilates?
Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise, therefore injuries are uncommon. However, it’s important to attend a class run by a qualified instructor and a class suited to your level of fitness and ability. The Rosewell Centre only works with qualified instructors and your level of fitness and ability are always taken into account before starting a class.
What is the difference between Pilates and yoga?
Pilates and yoga both develop balance, strength, posture, flexibility and good breathing technique, however, the methods are quite different.
Both techniques emphasise the connection between mental and physical health, however, yoga places greater emphasis on relaxation and uses meditation.
Pilates is performed both on mats and apparatus, whereas traditional yoga does not require any equipment. Yoga involves static poses whereas Pilates exercises are performed in a flow of movement.
What are the benefits of Pilates?
Pilates can be tailored to suit different levels of ability and fitness and regular Pilates exercise has been shown to improve balance, posture, joint mobility and muscle tone, as well as relieve tension and stress.
There is evidence that Pilates can provide pain relief to people with non-specific lower back pain.
Getting started with Pilates
The Rosewell Centre has teamed up with Emily Rule who is a physiotherapist as well as a Pilates instructor. She has been teaching Pilates in and around Stamford for over 15 years and has been practicing physiotherapy more than 30 years.
Emily brings this knowledge and experience into her teaching, helping you to be more aware of how your body works, and can guide you in taking the first steps in getting started with Pilates.
Pilates can be practised on a one to one basis or as a group class. We can also include Pilates as part of a wellbeing retreat in the glorious South Lincolnshire countryside. Please check our Timetable and Events page for all upcoming classes and contact Emily directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Rosewell Centre
Meet our Pilates Instructor
The Rosewell Centre brings together a group of dedicated people, all with the aim of promoting your health, well being and personal development.
Emily Rule is a physiotherapist and pilates instructor has been teaching pilates in the local area for over 15 years and has been practicing physiotherapy for 30. Her experience of working with a variety of people from athletes to neurological patients means she has excellent knowledge of how the body moves and how injuries, postures and even everyday stress can affect not just the site of injury but the rest of the body. Emily brings this knowledge and experience into her teaching, helping you to be more aware how your body works, whether, that be the need to improve balance, strength, coordination alignment or more likely a combination if them all. This will help movement to become more efficient and functional whether that be a stroll in the park, a days gardening or a marathon.
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