At the Pilates Room Lagos we have 3 Reformers, 2 Wunda chairs, a Cadillac, a tower and a BASI systems ladder barrel arm chair combo.
Equipment classes are different to mat classes in that you are working against the resistance of the equipment enabling you to build strength, flexibility and stability in a controlled and effective manner. The equipment is suitable for everyone, from a gymnast to a very elderly client. Equipment classes are suited to those clients who are unable to get up and down from the floor as the equipment is raised. The versatility is the beauty of the pilates equipment.
Classes are taught privately or four clients to one instructor (semi-private). It is recommended that every client attend at least three private session before joining a semi private class. This ensures a specific program can be designed for all clients. This is based on past experience, past and present injuries and a posture assessment.
– jody secules
Matwork classes have a maximum capacity of 10 clients. This ensures that each client receives personal attention throughout the class. It is recommended that if you have never done pilates before that you attend at least one private session so that you benefit more from the group session.
Please call or e-mail to book an appointment.
– Stacey-Jane Rich
Barre Pilates is a hybrid workout class combining ballet inspired moves with elements of Pilates and Strength training. The class focuses on the legs and glutes but also incorporates abdominal and upper body exercises.
Rebecca Dodge moved to Lagos a year ago from Egypt where she taught Ballet for 2 years after graduating from the Royal Conservetoire of Scotland. Here she studied Classical and Contemporary ballet. Rebecca has since trained as a Pilates teacher in both mat work and equipment and works at the Pilates Room. Combining both those skills inspired this energetic and dynamic class which is to music!
Barre is for all levels with little or no impact and there is no complicated choreography so you definitely don’t have to be a dancer to do it! It will build your strength and help improve posture and flexibility!