Pilates classes are run in terms of five to eight weeks. You should immediately feel the benefits physically and mentally, with a sense of progression each week and a difference in your stamina and the way you move.
If this is your first class it is compulsory for you to attend a one-to-one session with a Pilates instructor before you can attend a small group class. Here we will confidentially discuss your medical history and any previous injuries fully so the instructor can design the classes with your individual needs in mind. You’ll also learn about the APPI method of Pilates and the five key elements that are at the heart of all our Pilates teaching so when you do join your class, you will already be aware of some of the concepts.
There is a maximum of 8 people (6 mums for postnatal Pilates) per class.
Bookings for classes can be made at reception on 0208 898 1231, by email firstname.lastname@example.org, online at bodylogicphysio.co.uk or in person at TW2 5AH. Classes are always subject to availability and minimum numbers. Should a class be cancelled, you will be offered a suitable alternative or a refund.
All classes must be prebooked and prepaid. Pilates classes are run in blocks of five to seven weekly sessions or such other combinations as Body Logic Physiotherapy may introduce from time to time. Body Logic Physiotherapy DO NOT offer refunds on purchased classes: No refunds or substitutes will be given if you miss a class. In the event of us cancelling a Pilates class, due to trainer sickness for example, an alternative session will be arranged.
The client shall not transfer sessions to any other person or permit them to be used by anyone other than the client. Any assignment, transfer or disposal of courses is at the sole discretion of the trainer and may only be permitted in exceptional circumstances.
Class fees may be increased by Body Logic Physiotherapy at any time. We shall give the clients not less than 14 days notice prior to any such increases.
When you are purchasing a class you are paying for a class and not an instructor. Instructors are subject to change without notice. The rights of cancellation and refund and any limitation expressed in these terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
Participants who arrive for their class more than 10 minutes late will not be admitted to the class for safety reasons. The APPI instructor training insists on providing a warm up period for participants and we are very keen to avoid any injuries created through lack of preparation. We understand that sometimes we all run late often due to forces outside our control. Classes begin gently with a warm up and exercise intensity gradually increases. After 10 minutes, it is difficult and sometimes unsafe for a participant to join a class. We have tried to strike a balance between insisting on a warm up and allowing for people to run a maximum of 10 minutes late.