next generation pilates course
On-demand Pilates in your own time
and in your own space
next generation pilates course
Give our next generation the tools to improve their mental and physical health
How will they benefit?
Empowers teenagers to learn skills which they can carry through into their everyday lives
This course is a comprehensive training module for teenagers, focussing on the mind and body. Presented in a calm and gentle manner with the aim of empowering them with tools and strategies that will serve them well for years to come:
What will we cover in this course?
I focus on 6 key areas in my Pilates course to ensure all-round benefits
We all know breathing is important to us - we can’t function without it. But it’s also one of the most effective (and free) stress management tools if we can learn how to use it properly. These days, more than ever, teens experience stresses from a postural perspective as well as a mental one. These pressures exacerbate breathing patterns. By connecting with the breath, they can bring awareness to whether their breath is short and shallow or long and expansive. They can also feel the benefit in how simply unclenching the jaw, dropping the shoulders and opening up the chest can change their whole perspective, whether they be at School, University or at home.BUY NOW
“If breathing is the physical key to attaining mind- body awareness, then concentration is the mental key” (Balanced Body) How is this relevant to teens? So often, there seems to be disconnect between the mind/body connection. Mindful, coordinated movements help focus the mind and reduce stress. By focussing the attention inwards, teens can develop the movement skills and patterns necessary to work different limbs in different positions. This increased body awareness then translates into their daily activities, be that sitting at the desk or running on the football pitch.BUY NOW
Centering is one of the fundamentals of Pilates and refers to the connection between the mind and body, as well as the centre (also called your core, or the powerhouse) of the body. Pilates focuses on strengthening this centre in order to support the spine, the internal organs and posture. Why is this important to teens? Modern day technology and increased sitting has means that our core (and posture) is lacking.BUY NOW
Pilates was originally called Contrology, so it’s not surprising that one of its central principles is all about “control”. The Pilates method promotes a mind/body connection to ensure proper, safe and complete muscle control. Why is this helpful for teens? It affords them the strength to be able to control movement from the centre/core. It also instils an awareness of posture, strength and flexibility before ageing forces their hands.BUY NOW
Precision does not mean perfection. None of us are perfect. What it requires instead is precision in the execution of each exercise. Why is this relevant to teens? Their bodies grow at such a rate and are still developing successful movement patterns. By supporting and educating the teen about instigating correct technique, and feeling length rather than compression, they will be able to get the most out of their body and mind in order to do something positive for themselves and their movement.BUY NOW
Flow is involved in every Pilates exercise. Flow and ease of movement requires the coordination of the mind and body to ensure pain free, functional movement. This is helpful for teens because once they experience what good movement and flow feels like, they can carry it through into their everyday lives.BUY NOW
On-demand Pilates Course for Teens
£60 / $80
*USD based on current exchange rate
Frequently asked questions
No. Enough space to lay a mat down and stretch up and out is plenty.
- Just yourself
- A padded mat (or lay down some towels)
- Some water
- Non-slip socks or just no socks
Buy once then you have lifetime access to this course.
What are you waiting for?
Enable your teens to get the most out of their body and mind in order to do something positive for themselves and their movement.
Our Teens & Their parents couldn't be happier
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