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Sep 22, 2021

Spring has sprung and it’s time to get fit and live our best lives by staying active. Our free online Pilates classes, hosted on Zoom, are still open to all Bestmed members.

The classes are scheduled for Monday to Saturday for a period of 45 minutes per class. All members are welcome to join the classes and all the sessions are on the same Zoom link, ID and use the same passcode.

Day: Mondays to Saturday
Time midweek:
07:00; 09:00; 17:00; 18:00
Saturday class: 08:00
Zoom ID:
814 3533 1047
Zoom passcode: pilates (ensure that it’s all small letters)
Link:
https://bestmed.zoom.us/j/81435331047?pwd=ZlNnV3dNY2V1eG81RjJuR1dJWGYrdz09

Why you should join our Pilates classes

Pilates is a form of exercise that was developed during World War I by Joseph Pilates, a German physical trainer. It helps to condition your muscles, improving strength and flexibility.  It especially focuses on developing your core muscles through small, controlled movements.

  • Pilates improves your muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and posture.
  • Pilates may also increase endurance and decrease joint pain if practiced often enough. It is often used to help recover from injuries.
  • Pilates is good for your mind – studies have shown that there is an interrelation between physical and mental health. Because Pilates also focuses on controlled breathing, it may offer you stress relief and mental clarity.
  • It is also a very fun way to exercise.

What you will need

You will only need a mat for our online Pilates classes. However, Pilates also uses specialised resistance equipment, such as the reformer, on which a wide variety of exercises can be done.

Everyone is welcome. Remember to consult with your doctor or qualified instructor if you’re pregnant, suffer from neck or back pain (or any other physical restrictions), or have respiratory problems. Also, be careful not to push yourself past your limits, as doing so may cause injury.

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