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Pilates classes in Kennington Oxford

Our Pilates classes in Kennington Oxford are suitable for all levels of ability. Available as either group or individual sessions, our Pilates classes allow exercises to progress safely and challenge all members.

Times

Tuesdays Thursdays
6pm Mixed Ability (intermediate focussed), with Beth 6.30pm, Mixed Ability (beginners focused), with Beth @ St Swithun’s Church
7pm Mixed ability, with Beth
8pm beginners, with Beth

Venue

Kennington Osteopathic Practice, The Village Hall, Kennington Road, Kennington, Oxford, OX1 5PG

Don’t miss our Pregnancy Pilates classes in Oxford here at Kennington Osteopathic Practice.

Term Dates

Current Term

Tuesdays Intermediate 6.00pm 9th January – 27th February (8 weeks), £72.50 Book Now
Tuesdays Mixed Ability 7.00pm 9th January – 27th February (8 weeks), £72.50 Book Now
Tuesdays Mixed Ability 8.00pm 9th January – 27th February (8 weeks), £72.50 Book Now
Thursdays Mixed Ability 6.30pm 11th January – 1st March (8 weeks), £72.50 @St Swithun’s church hall Book Now
Next Term

Coming soon…

About Pop-up Pilates in Kennington Oxford

Kennington Pop-up Pilates classes are held at Kennington Osteopathic practice in the heart of the village. You will find us upstairs in the village hall. There is plenty of free car parking at Kennington village hall and we’re easy to find off the Kennington road.

Our fun, friendly and established classes take place regularly throughout the week. We offer a variety of specialist classes with three different instructors, so we’re sure we have a class for you.

 

Meet the team

Lauren McLeod

Founder, Physio and Pilates Instructor

Having worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in the NHS for many years, Lauren recognises the importance of exercise and correct muscle balance in preventing injury and pain. read more

    Beth Harris

    Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

    Beth found that Pilates helped improve her back pain by increasing her awareness of posture and specific movements. This first-hand experience inspired Beth to become an instructor. read more

      Amy Bannings

      Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

      Amy’s rowing coaching experience taught her the importance of core stability in athlete training. She believes everyone can benefit from Pilates, no matter what their ability is.
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        Alice Rodriguez

        Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

        Alice is keen on leading a healthy lifestyle and working as a physiotherapist means that she understands the importance of good posture, core stability, strength and flexibility, all of which can be improved through Pilates . read more

          Krissie Ilsley

          Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

          Krissie enjoys teaching mixed ability classes and using small equipment to challenge and adapt exercises for her clients.read more

            Charlotte Church

            Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

            Given her specialist interest in pelvic health, Charlotte is keen to promote the benefits of a strong and balanced core. She is incredibly enthusiastic about the benefits of Pilates.read more

              Olivia

              Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

              Olivia’s classes help promote muscle balance in her clients to treat and prevent injuries, and to promote healthy living. She has a friendly, but structured approach to teaching.read more

                Susie Mack

                Musculoskeletal Occupational Therapist

                Our team of physiotherapists at Pop-up Pilates are also lucky enough to work with Susie Mack, a musculoskeletal occupational therapist and Pilates Instructor. Susie adds an extra dimension to our team, taking specialist classes for staff at the John Radcliffe Hospital.read more

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