Fancy some extra practice?
PP Online Library has a host of workouts at different levels and focusing on different areas or elements of Pilates for you to practice at home. Practicing more than once a week has huge benefits for your body and mind, improving muscular memory and improving body awareness.
This is a chance for you to focus on your specific postural issues or assist rehabilitation with injuries. Your instructor will guide you towards the workout that is appropriate for you whether that’s a Shoulder workout with Karen Overball with Sarah or a Pure Stretch with Gemma.
To get the link to your online workout please email email@example.com
PP Online Library
Beginner with Gemma (20 minutes)
Beginner Plus with Karen (30 minutes)
Intermediate with Gemma (40 minutes)
Hips with Karen (40 minutes)
Shoulders with Karen (30 minutes)
Feet with Karen (20 minutes)
Standing work with Karen (40 minutes)
Mobility and Movement
Spine Mobility with Sarah (40 minutes)
Pure Stretch with Gemma (30 minutes)
Fascial Workout with Gemma (30 minutes)
Band with Sarah (30 minutes)
Overball with Sarah (30 minutes)
Foam Roller with Sarah (20 minutes)
Zenga with Sarah (40 minutes)
20 minute workout £8
30 minute workout £10
40 minute workout £12
Please can we ask that you take the online video classes easy, remember the basic principles and look after your own body
Make sure you stick to the level that you are on, Listen to your body, if something doesn’t feel right, stop
You accept that you are doing these classes entirely at your own risk and that Purely Pilates will not be liable for any damage or injury to person howsoever arising
please do not share the video
We’ve also made some FREE videos just for you. These show the basic principles of Pilates and some of the key basic movements for you to practice at home as well as a class at beginner, beginner plus and Intermediate level.
Please only do these exercises once you have visited the studio and completed a medical questionnaire with us. Purely Pilates does not accept any liability for injury or illness resulting from failure to disclose any relevant medical impairment or condition prior to exercise.
Check out our videos on YouTube.