“In 10 sessions you will feel a difference, In 20 sessions you will see a difference and in a 30 sessions you will have a new body”
Joseph Pilates
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Workshops

The Workshop is a very powerful tool in both the training and the maintenance of staff within an organization. Often used as an ‘induction’ process for new members of staff, workshops allow attendees to experience and explore important concepts in a more informal environment than some more traditional methods. Depending on the required outcomes, presentations may be tailored to suit. In order to maximise the time spent with an instructor, it is advisable to set homework so that another session can determine how well the attendees have retained the information provided during the initial training sessions.

Workshops are available in

  • 1-hour presentation
  • 2-hour presentation
  • ½ day presentation (3 hour) + refresher (1 hour at a later date)

Topics

Grooming / Deportment

This presentation is available in all three lengths. The 2 and 3 hour presentations are more interactive and the grooming segment is longer with a practical element at the end of the session where attendees will be assisted through a hair and make-up session (male & female).

Companies have always been aware that those who succeed are those who stand out in the crowd. Increasingly it is those who are impeccably presented who command the respect and attention they seek.

This topic is beneficial to any profession where staff are expected to perform at their best; be it in a boardroom, a law court, or even in certain positions in the service industry.

Body Image / Confidence Building

This presentation is available in 1 and 2 hour presentations. It may also be included in the ‘Grooming and Deportment’ workshop.

As a ‘stand alone’ workshop, it is highly applicable to school leavers and job seekers.

Body Image has been extremely topical of late with certain of the high profile glossies professing ‘no more air-brushing’ in an attempt to make photographic representation of various celebrities and models more ‘real’. It seems that the media have provided unrealistic targets and goals for their readers and viewers who may sometimes be left feeling somewhat inadequate.

This workshop helps attendees find their own strengths, maximising on their individuality in order to perform at their best. It is stressed that the mind and body need to function in harmony for best, long-lasting results.

Pilates Mat Masterclass

Available in 1 or 2 hour workshops, this presentation can also be included in both the ‘Grooming/Deportment’ and the ‘Body Image’ workshops.

This workshop is designed to reinforce the importance of maintaining fitness levels, no matter what industry one finds one’s self in. The body cannot function at it’s best without a fit mind and vice versa. Pilates has long been known for it’s Mind-Body integration and this class is no exception.

Pilates for Men

This is a 1 hour floor class designed specifically for men. Pilates can often be misconstrued as a bit of a ‘girl thing’. Let’s not forget that Pilates was devised by a man. A man who trained the army and the police force. A man who was amazingly fit right up until his late 80’s. The more challenging Pilates repertoire is not for the faint-hearted and will definitely increase both strength and flexibility.

This class helps to show men how they can regain or maintain both strength and flexibility with regular exercise, and feel so good in the process.

Pilates for Lower Back Pain

This workshop can be delivered in all three durations.

The 1 hour workshop is essentially a Mat class focusing on the support needed for the lower back.

The 2 hour workshop offers a lecture followed by a mat class for lower back pain.

The 3 hour presentation offers a more interactive lecture with small practical moments where attendees are shown little tools that may help them manage back pain in the office situation

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