I am an enthusiastic and steadfast Pilates instructor and sports injuries therapist.
My work ethos is not only to help people to recover from their pain or injuries but ensuring that they return to a level of fitness higher than before to prevent any future recurrence. Over years of experience I perceive that regular Pilates sessions are one of best way to do so.
I enjoy exercising Pilates myself for a number of benefits and like to keep good posture and lower back pain away, to reset positive focus and destress. Moreover, I enjoy teaching Pilates to share all these great benefits with my clients.
To provide quality sessions I teach Pilates in a small groups and one-to-one base. The classes are designed to improve deep core strength and mobility of joins.
Healthy hips classes are great to increase flexibility and help strengthen after hip surgery or decrease pain of Osteoarthritis.
The shoulders mobility classes are to improve rotator cuff strength, scapular movements and to decrease neck stiffness.
Mum to be and post natal classes are to help mums to rebuild a strong body, destress and bust self-confidence.
Pilates for runners are advance level of exercises to keep a good durability and endurance for short and long runs.
I graduated in 2011 from Middlesex University as a Sports Injury Rehabilitator and recently I took a range of Pilates courses at APPI – Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institution. I believe that this knowledge, my skills, and work determination are good contexts for providing excellent and fun Pilates classes.