Welcome to BYB Pilates
Live Streaming Classes
Due to the current Corona Virus pandemic we are pleased to be able to bring our Pilates sessions direct into your own home. At this time it's so important to maintain good physical and mental health.
You will be able to choose from daily live classes for as little as £13 per week.
Pilates is an exercise system that uses your own body weight which will help strengthen, improve range of movement and create a more balanced body.
Pilates Class Information and How to Book
We are running 6 live classes per week.
Saturday 10am - Free 30 minute Pilates class - contact me for
Option 1 : £13 weekly subscription, which will entitle you to attend all the above classes.
Option 2: £6 Pay As You Go
Before taking part in the live classes you will be required to complete a health questionnaire and sign a disclaimer. For full terms and conditions and a copy of the disclaimer please click here.
About Pilates For Back Pain/Injury Recovery
Pilates is an exercise growing more and more commonly used to address a wide range of physical injuries and sources of chronic pain, including back pain. Improving your physical fitness, and increasing the strength, length, and agility of your muscles can help in a variety of ways. By undoing the physical imbalances of bad posture, how we walk, sit, lie down, and move in general, we can relieve the pressure that can cause pain and can make it easier for our muscles to recover.
Pilates is for you If you answer YES to any of the following questions......
Are you suffering with long term back pain? Do you want to be able to exercise without making your pain worse?
Are you someone who wants to improve your posture which will make you feel more confident in your body?
Have you been to other classes and feel frustrated that you can't always perform the exercises?
Do you want to prevent injuries and improve long term health issues such as Osteoporosis and Arthritis?
Are you someone that feels very inflexible and would like to improve mobility that will enable you to do the things you want to do?
Do you have weak abdominals and would like to learn how you can strengthen them without doing "sit ups?"
Are you a woman with a small Diastasis Recti (Tummy Gap) after pregnancy, maybe from many years ago that you want to help improve?
Are you someone who has had physiotherapy and been told that they've helped you as much as they can and you need to carry on exercising?
Have you had surgery and are looking to find a way to re build your strength and flexibility?
Are you frustrated at not knowing the best way to exercise for your body and want to learn how you can help yourself?
Are you suffering from stress, anxiety and depression and want to invest in your mental and physical well being?
Back pain/Injury recovery
The team at Back Your Body offers a range of 1-on-1 Pilates lessons, helping you address the various aches and pains that make it harder to live as freely and comfortably as you wish. Amongst these services as the lessons specifically designed to target back pain and to improve injury recovery. Read on to learn more about this treatment plan.
What to expect from Pilates
Our 1-to-1 lessons take you from the basics of Pilates, through a series of exercises that can be used to prevent, decrease, and recover from back pain, as well as to aid with the injury recovery process. Regardless of your past experience with Pilates/physical therapy, we can help you learn and continuously improve a routine that strengthens the core support for your back, ensures good alignment, and stretches out tight muscles, allowing them to recover.
How can Pilates For Back Pain/Injury Recovery help?
Pilates is a highly effective approach for treating back pain and aiding with injury recovery due to the fact that it doesn’t put the injured area at risk, all while maintaining and improving mobility, strength, and movement habits. This strengthens the spine and improves posture, leading to decreased pressure and, as a result, less pain. It also improves muscular balance, stretching the muscles and building both strength and flexibility, easing their recovery and preventing them from future injuries.