Marian Conway BSc
Stott Certified Pilates Instructor
Marian Conway offers group pilates classes for men and women in Adare at Embury Close Hall, Classes run on a weekly basis from September to June.
Pilates works by strengthening the core muscles of the body. This helps to improve posture, flexibility and mobility. Pilates is considered to be the best exercise for improving back pain and posture. It has a strong mind/body connection which can make it very relaxing.
Marian offers group mat classes for men and women with a personal approach that will maximise your potential. Class size is kept small (maximum of 10 participants) guaranteeing personal attention to each student.
Important Note - Places are limited so please contact Marian (087 2395906 or email@example.com) to reserve a place.
Located in the Embury Close Hall, Killarney Rd, Adare
The Hall has a wooden floor with plenty of space for our classes.
Marian Conway is a highly skilled Stott Certified Pilates Instructor. She is fully trained by Stott to teach Pilates mat work and Pilates on the Reformer. She is also Certified by the Progressive Pilates Academy to teach Pilates on the Reformer and has completed the STOTT Injuries and Special Populations training.
What is Pilates?
Pilates will help to develop core strength and spinal mobility. Core strength is the foundation of the Pilates exercise system. The core muscles are the deep, internal, stabilising muscles of the abdomen and back. When the core muscles are strong and doing their job, as they are trained to do in Pilates, they work in tandem with the more superficial muscles of the trunk to support the spine and movement.
When the trunk is properly stabilised, pressure on the back is relieved allowing the body to move more freely and efficiently. Pilates also help to improve or restore spinal mobility by stretching and strengthening all of the muscles supporting the spine. Good core strength and spinal mobility results in a body which moves with greater ease and resists injury
How it Works ?
Stott Pilates is a contemporary approach to the original Pilates method pioneered by the late Joseph Pilates. It is a very precise exercise system where the message is 'Quality not Quantity'
You are taught to align your body perfectly before starting an exercise, and then to isolate individual muscle groups and work them without putting strain on other areas. You will be astonished by the gentleness of Pilates. The exercises are deceptively simple, even minimal, and so effective that you need only perform a small number of repetitions of each at a session. Your muscles will feel more toned and your joints will be looser and more supple. Some people claim to get taller as their spine is stretched and strengthened.
"If you are 30 and your spine is inflexible you are old,
if you are 60 and your spine is flexible, you are young"