Which class is best for me?
At Balance My World we believe class size and choice are key elements to your Pilates success and therefore we have a range of classes to meet individual needs.
Before booking on to a class, please consider what you and your body need and also what you would like from your Pilates experience. You will also need to complete our online PAR-Q FORM prior to taking part in any of our classes.
Whilst Pilates is a safe and effective form of exercise, if you do have an injury, illness, medical condition, or are pregnant or just had a baby, some of our exercises might not be right for you and will need modification. Since many conditions are invisible even to our teachers’ trained eyes, please let each teacher know about any injuries or illnesses prior to the start of class. There are some conditions that require considerable modifications to the Pilates programme and are best dealt with in 1:1 sessions or specialist classes. Please read more here.
For all classes it is best to wear comfortable clothing, although tight fitting clothing can help both me and you to check whether you are maintaining a neutral pelvis and a neutral spine!
Prices vary according to the class however, all classes are to be paid in 6, 7 or 8 week blocks at the beginning of each half term by cash, cheque or bank transfer i.e. £36 for a £6 class for a 6 week block. If you miss a class, you can make up your time in a similar class on a different day or at a different time if spaces are available.
Drop in session prices are £7.50 for General Classes and £10 for Specialist Classes, but you will still need to contact me to ensure there is a space available.
You may also purchase 6 classes at a time for the General Classes at a cost of £42. Classes will need to be booked in advance and must be redeemed within 3 months of purchase, but you then have the flexibility to attend as is possible.
Should a BalanceMyWorld Instructor be unable to attend a class for whatever reason, the client will be entitled to a full refund for that session.
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