Janet Green
Your personal trainer

Pilates / Rehabilitation


Pilates is a unique form of precise, effective exercises, which can be undertaken by anyone, regardless of age or level of fitness.

  • Increases muscular strength, elasticity and flexibility
  • Improves co-ordination and body awareness
  • Improves breathing and helps combat stress and tension
  • Improves postural imbalances and helps to create a streamlined body

In this busy life most of our aches and pains are caused by bad habits. We sit at desks, behind computers or the driving wheel for far too long. Maybe we are just not active enough.

Becoming aware of our posture in daily life begins the process of improving, helping us to learn to move with ease and freedom. 


 “Pilates develops the body uniformly, converts wrong postures, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind and elevates the spirit.” – Joseph Pilates

"Exercise for Lifetime - You will feel better in 10 sessions, look better in 20 sessions and have a completely new body in 30 sessions." – Joseph Pilates


Pilates Studio

Studio work, using machines designed by Pilates, is useful for everyone, but most of all helps in rehabilitation work.

For example, using the reformer after injury or an operation can help to speed up recovery. The work is effective and safe, performed lying down, so there is no fear of falling, so important after hip replacement surgery.

Muscles are reshaped and strengthened while lengthening. This makes a sleek outline to the body. The demand on the core muscles is increased.

Working on the reformer is both enjoyable and challenging.

I teach one to one lessons at the studio and small classes of three. These sessions can be very specific, tailored to the clients’ needs – perhaps due to injury.

An initial assessment is required before joining any group.

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