Pilates Classes


Pilates is a body conditioning exercise program that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall central core stability and posture. The mind and body are brought together to achieve these aims through the following eight principles: concentration, centering, breathing, isolation, routine, precision, control and flowing movement. Pilates provides patients with a method of exercise that focuses on correct movement quality, core stabilisation and postural correction.

ARDARA

€6

Per Session
  • Physio Éireann, Main Street, Ardara
  • Equipment: All provided
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DONEGAL

€8

Per Session
  • Physio Éireann, Castle St., Donegal Town
  • Equipment: All provided
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BARNA

€80

Per 6 Week Block
  • Physio Éireann, Barna Town, Co. Galway
  • Equipment: All provided
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Killybegs

€8

Per Session
  • Physio Éireann, Atlantic Marine, Donegal Rd, Killybegs
  • Equipment: All provided
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To secure your place please call 074 9705955


Pilates Classes are offered at 3 levels to cater for everyones needs:

Level 1:

– Lower level exercises & suitable for beginners
– Suitable for those who have joined us before and
enjoy the lower level exercises
– Suitable for anyone who is suffering from back or neck pain

Level 2:

– Higher level exercises
– Suitable for those who have joined us at Pilates before

Level 3:

– For those who want to push themselves to the limit
– Not suitable for beginners
– Not suitable for those with joint pain

Mens Class:

– For men who want to do pilates in a male environment

Preglates:

– For women who want to exercise when pregnant… see below for more info

PILATES TIMETABLE

Dancers Class:
- Specifically for Irish dancers who want to work on improving their strength, postural control and flexibility


Pilates suits all ages and fitness levels



Pilates Classes are offered at 3 levels to cater for everyones needs:

– Back pain
– Poor postures
– Neurological conditions
– Mental health conditions
– Sports injuries
– Arthritis
– Stress related illness
– Before and after pregnancy