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Here at Wiltshire Pilates we pride ourselves on continuing to develop and maintain our high standards of teaching so that you can access Pilates classes that really deliver. We are passionate about the technique and have witnessed how regular practice can create strong, supple and healthy bodies.

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Face To Face Classes Return.

We have a reduced schedule of classes through August, but these include Online, Outdoor and the return of Indoor Pilates with Sue Morris at Pound Arts and Kington Langley. More to follow.

You can view our schedule here, or by clicking on the Book Your Class button on this page.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Jill, Sue, Niki, Lauren and Hilary xx


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2 days ago

Wiltshire Pilates

Abdominal Pilates Flow Level 2
Great for strengthening and toning your mid section!
Regress double toe taps to singles if pelvic and spinal stability can't be maintained
Work with bent knees if you have difficulty straightening legs
Lower head to floor if Curl Up can't be maintained
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You've done this before I reckon. πŸ™‚

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Great video Jill xx

Thanks Jill, this is great πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

Yes great, thanks!☺️

Superb video and commentary. Are you posting onto your website? I will direct patients to this super resource

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Wiltshire Pilates

The lady on the right is Lolita San Miguel who was one of Joseph Pilates pupils and today a very well respected Master trainer. She talks about how proud Joseph was of his work during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918-20 and how he was convinced his exercise method had created a strong resilience amongst his patients. As a 'foreign alien' living in England since 1912 Jospeh was interned at Camp Knockaloe in the Isle of Man at the start of the first world war and worked as a hospital orderly. He devised a movement and breath work programme for the sick and injured to practice daily and even adapted exercises for those who were bed bound. When the Spanish flu epidemic broke out in 1918 most internment camps were harshly affected and many of the internees died. However, it's widely reported that Joseph Pilates taught his Contrology method to over 8,000 internees during his incarceration and remarkably not a single one of them died from influenza! ... See MoreSee Less

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