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Classes and Fees Note: new venue starts in Kelvedon, Essex CO5 9AA, Monday 13th Jan. 2020 Please call to register your interest 

CLASSES AND FEES 

Pattocks Farm Studio 
 
Max number of 6 - 8 
£60 for 6 classes 
(or pro rata at £10 depending on the number of classes in the current block) 
 
Messing Village Hall  
 
Max number 10 - 12 
(at a discount rate of £48 for 6 weeks) 
 
The Kelvedon Institute, Small Hall 
 
Max number 8 - 10 
£60 for 6 classes 
(or pro rata at £10 depending on the number of classes in the current block) 
 
A flexible “pay as you go” option is available at £10 per one hour class for Messing Village Hall and £12 per one hour class for Pattocks Studio, subject to availability and pre-booking. 
 
Missed classes cannot be refunded but where possible an alternative class can be offered /taken when informed of non-attendance in advance. 
Badcocks Farm Studio 
 
One to one and two to one sessions 
 
60 minute Studio Session: £45 
45 minute Studio Session: £40 
30 minute Studio Session: £30 
 
Class Pre-Assessment Session 
 
(30 minute): £30 
 
A pre-assessment session is recommended before starting Pilates classes if you have not attended previous physiotherapy or pilates sessions. At this session your aims for pilates will be discussed with a completed health questionnaire. You will be introduced to the basic concepts of Pilates and this session will also allow for me to briefly pre-screen any specific problems. 
Individual appointments available for Pilates (one to one, one to two) and Reformer Pilates on Monday to Friday 7.30am - 6.30pm and Saturday by arrangement. 
 
Class Venues 
Courses of 6 weeks 
at The Kelvedon Institute, Small Hall 
 
Mondays 
 
Kelvedon Institute, Small Hall 
78 High Street, Kelvedon, 
Colchester CO5 9AA 
 
1.30 - 2.30 p.m. (Beginners) 
 
Courses of 6 weeks at The Pilates Studio 
 
Tuesdays  
 
Pattocks Farm, Great Tey CO6 2EG 
 
5.30 - 6.30 p.m. (Intermediate) 
6.45 - 7.45 p.m. (Intermediate) 
 
 
Courses of 6 weeks at The Messing Village Hall 
 
Wednesdays 
 
The Street, Messing CO5 9TN 
 
9 – 10 a.m. (Improvers / Intermediate) 
 
 
Courses of 6 weeks at The Pilates Studio 
 
Thursdays  
 
Pattocks Farm, Great Tey CO6 2EG 
 
8 – 9 a.m. (Intermediate/Advanced) 
9.15 -10.15 a.m. (Improvers) 
10.30 – 11.30 a.m. (Bone loading - healthy bones) 
 
Private one to one and small groups by appointment please telephone 01206 912422 or email info@jpphysiopilates.co.uk 
Class Levels 
Beginners 
 
Introduce your body to the benefits of Pilates. This class is suited for those who are recovering from an episode of back pain, injury, post-operation or simply have not exercised for a while and feel de-conditioned. 
 
Learn to use your inner core and stability muscles to improve your strength, posture and flexibility. 
Improvers 
 
For experienced beginners who are not quite ready to progress to the intermediate level. 
Intermediate 
 
A more challenging class, a great progression for those without injuries, requires a good level of experience and fitness. 
Experienced 
 
The most challenging for total body strengthening, lengthening, flexibility and core control. Ideal for fit, healthy and active individuals. 
One to one Session 
 
One to one sessions are the perfect way to get you started with Pilates. It will reveal any specific requirements that you may have and allow the instructor to create a bespoke programme for you. It may be a fitness based programme, progressing you from injury management to prevention and improving performance in your chosen sport; or a bespoke management programme for your specific condition, including: 
 
Hypermobility 
Osteoporosis 
Scoliosis 
Joint disease 
Post-operative Rehabilitation 
Low Back Pain 
Sports Performance 
Pilates for improving sports 
 
Pilates for improving sports performance can be effective and will work you to your optimum potential. Performance Pilates is designed for either fit, healthy individuals or if you have progressed through your rehabilitation, exploring the biomechanics and physiological demands of various activities and the adaptations which occur in response to exercise. The programme will be designed to progress you safely and effectively beyond the regular exercises taught in classes. The emphasis is progression from injury management and prevention, to strength and conditioning training, including flexibility and mobility, to improve technique and overall efficiency. 
Sports included are: 
 
Running  
Golf 
Cycling 
Dance 
Horse riding 
Rugby 
Tennis 
Football 
Small equipment includes 
 
The Arc Barrell, Swiss Ball, Foam Roller, Massage Balls, Resistance Bands, Weighted Balls, Foam Standing Pads, Magic Circle, Soft Small Ball: 
 
Further adding to the large repertoire of exercises, allowing for modifications and variations in different groups/individuals, assisting or challenging the level of the exercise and increasing the effectiveness of each exercise. 
Large equipment includes Reformer Pilates 
 
Individual instruction in a Pilates reformer programme following a Pilates Screen. 
 
This will help me to design an individually tailored Pilates programme using Reformer movements with respect to your condition and goals. 
The Reformer was originally named the Universal reformer as Joseph Pilates believed that you could universally reform your body. It is a large piece of equipment made up of a unique moveable carriage, spring and pulley system which led to the creation of more than 500 exercises. The Reformer was designed to variously assist and challenge the body so as to better perform the mat work. The Reformer also helps to correct faulty movement patterns and in rehabilitating muscles and joints after injury. The Reformer consists of a bed-like frame with a sliding “carriage” resting on two tracts. The underside of the carriage has 4 or 5 springs attached to it to provide resistance or assistance depending on the goal of the exercise. There are hand and foot straps attached to the rope and pulley system to support either the upper or lower limbs. Additional equipment can be used for specific exercises e.g. the Box, Arc Barrell, balance pads and Jump board. Owing to the features and adaptability of the Reformer, Jackie is able to use this knowledge and apply it to the specific needs of the client. 
Following a Pilates Screen which will provide details of the client’s assessment as well as their short and long - term goals, Jackie will design a bespoke Reformer programme, delivered by clinical reasoning, precision of teaching skills, accuracy and relevance of exercises. This will enhance the client’s body awareness, improve movement patterns and correct faulty, “bad habits”, improve strength, control and mobility. 
Pilates for Management of Specific Conditions 
Hypermobility is defined as an increased range of movement of joints, and joint laxity, occurring normally in children and adolescents or as a result of connective tissue disease, for example, Marfan or Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. 
 
Research has shown that when comparing a Pilates programme to Analgesics alone, Pain management alone, Physiotherapy alone, self-exercise and education alone, that Pilates came out top for management. 
 
“Pilates: 85% of patients report 5/10 or higher for effectiveness; and 55% 8/10 and higher” – Hakim 2012 
Scoliosis is defined as: 
A medical condition in which a person’s spine is curved from side to side. 
It is classified generally as either congenital (vertebral anomalies at birth) or idiopathic. 
Idiopathic scoliosis is much more common and a medical diagnosis will be made if the curve measures over 10 degrees of side “bending”. 
Exercise can be beneficial for curvatures of up to 35 degrees. 
Research has shown that with exercise: 
“Curves can be reduced by up to 32%”- Brooks 2009, Thek 2012 
“Pain can be reduced” – Schroth 1992, Green et al 2009 
“Lung capacity and chest expansion can improve” – Schroth 1992, Otman 2005 
“Untreated scoliosis progrtesses up to 2.9 times more than those in corrective exercise programmes” – Weiss et al 2003 
“24-48% fewer spinal fusions with those in exercise programmes” – Rugo 2003 
 
A specific Pilates programme will be designed following Assessment with the emphasis on: 
Elongation, Breathing, Stretching and Strengthening. 
Osteoporosis is a condition in which the bones become fragile and brittle, leading to a higher risk of fractures (breaks or cracks) than in normal bone. 
In the United Kingdom 1 in 2 women and 1 in 3 men will suffer a fracture after the age of 60. There is growing evidence for the effectiveness of physiotherapy/exercise/hydrotherapy/Pilates for the management of people with osteoporosis. 
The Pilates Bone Building Programme has the basis of exercising in standing and weight bearing positions with the addition of using weights, bands and balance pads for – bone loading, muscle strengthening, joint mobility and flexibility. Exercising safely and effectively is the focus of the programme. 
Jackie Parry 
Chartered Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC 
APPI Pilates Instructor 
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