20 Oct All About Your Pilates Assessment Lesson
Everything you wanted to know about your Pilates Assessment Lesson
and some things you didn’t!
The Short Version
- You book online:
- fill in the health questionnaire;
- tell us where you are now &
- what you want to achieve.
- At the studio, we chat about where you are now and agree on objectives.
- We do a postural assessment.
- We try a suitable exercises.
- We discuss the best type of lesson for you.
- We show you how you can get support for practice at home.
- You can contact us for more information: click here
Here you can find out we have a Pilates Assessment Lesson, how to book, what to expect and where to go. It’s really easy to do!
It’s all about you!
Here, what you think is important. Our job is to help you get you to where you want to be. We know about Plates and we know all about the science and are always hungry to learn more, but the important thing ere is you and you are the expert in you!
Why have an Assessment before Pilates?
I just want to get on and do Pilates – why bother to have an assessment?
So that you know where you are, where you want to get to and what we need to do to get there.
The assessment helps us offer quality: a goal without a plan is just a wish.
This means that you get the best value for money!
In the Assessment Lesson we learn where you are right nowin your fitness oas, where you want to get to and what we need to do to get there!
- do a postural assessment;
- show how we’ll personalise the lessons to meet your goals and objectives;
- find the best package for you and
- show you how we provide support for self practice at home.
Every person is different:
Who are you?
- Are you a man or a Woman?
- Are you a young person or senior (like me)?
- Are you “fit” or “unfit”?
- Are you a bodybuilder, or ballet dancer?
- Have you done Pilates before?
… you’ve been dong Pilates for a while and want to tweak your aims and objectives…
… you are a Pilates Matwork teacher already and want to broaden and deepen your understanding of Pilates as a discipline.
… you are a professional athlete already and want to learn a discipline to iron out muscle imbalances caused by your specialization.
… you’ve suffered an injury and wish to complement to your physiotherapy.
… you want to use Pilates to correct postural problems.
… you’re a dancer with hypermobile joints, and worried about long term effects about overextension in the joints (living in them) that you want to become more stable.
… you want to stay strong, supple and mobile as you age.
… you’re just looking for a new hobby!
All these different people need a personalised approach! One size does not fit all in Pilates!
What do I do first?
Click the “Book Assessment Now!” button:
Choose your day & time:
We use Acuity Scheduling: an online booking system. It puts you in control of scheduling your lessons.
First there’s a calendar. Choose the most suitable and convenient time and date for you. You can see when there are free slots and just click.
Your details: name and contact details:
it’s about tailoring everything to get you to where you want to be!
Is designed to find out:
– Any relevant medical problems
– how much experience you have with thinking about health and fitness.
– Where you are right now.
– Where you want to get to.
Take your time to think carefully about what yo want: the more fully you answer these questions, the more likely you’ll achieve our goals!
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Reschedule / Add to iCal, Outlook or Google Calendar:
Now that you’re all booked:
Getting to the Pilates Studio
There’s a map on our Contact Page: click here.
There are buses and both New Street and Moor Street train stations are within 15 minutes walk.
When you get to Custard Factory, go into the Zellig Building. The Zellig is the most beautiful part of the Custard Factory complex:
That’s us: the beautiful red brick buildings on the main Digbeth High Street (Deritend High Street), Birmingham East Side.
The view from the Gibb Street entrance:
And here’s our amazing reception with Michelle and Jen. Tell the rexetion that you’ve arrived, and I’ll come to meet you!
See you very soon!