AT-Pilates – Alexander Technique Pilates

AT-Pilates Alexander Technique Pilates With Wendy Broad Tone up, Improve posture, balance & flexibility, relax and have fun All ages and abilities welcome

AT-Pilates with Wendy Broad (MSTAT)

These 1 hour low impact exercise classes combine the Alexander Technique with Modern Pilates to enable you to tone up, improve your strength and flexibility and learn how to use your body more effectively in everyday activities. Exercises are designed to improve balance, stability, postural alignment and joint mobility and we explore the body’s full range of movement from lying on the floor to standing. Stretches and relaxation are also included. Exercises are slow and controlled with an emphasis on breathing, alignment, core strength, fluidity of movement and precision. You are encouraged to work safely within your own limits and alternative exercises are offered if needed.

If you’d like to find out more or book your FREE place on the AT-Pilates taster session at The Studio, Tattenhall, please contact Wendy.


Date: Tuesday 11 February from 11.30-12.30

Venue: The Studio, Tattenhall


Please get in touch with Wendy


Mobile: 07795 243346

Phone: 01606 556206

Benefits: The Alexander Technique and Modern Pilates can help to:

  • Improve posture
  • Relieve lower back pain
  • Improve balance
  • Help coordination
  • Improve strength
  • Develop stamina
  • Prevent osteoporosis
  • Aid rehabilitation
  • Improve sleep
  • Help you to relax

What is Modern Pilates?

Modern Pilates is a clinical, functional approach devised by physiotherapists to enable you to learn how to use your body more effectively in everyday activities such as bending, sitting and moving. The Joseph Pilates original exercises have been adapted to provide a foundation level of training. As with Classical Pilates, the aim is to strengthen the deep muscles that stabilise the body, as well as improving fitness and body-awareness. Exercises are slow, controlled and precise, with an emphasis on developing core strength, flexibility, posture, balance and coordination.

What is the Alexander Technique?

The Alexander Technique is a practical approach for self-care, self-awareness and performance improvement. It involves learning to change unhelpful habits of mind and body in a very gentle way without force or effort. You learn how to release unwanted physical tension to restore natural poise, balance, coordination and ease of movement.


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