MF Pilates

MF Pilates

Transform your body using concentration, precision and control. MF Pliates is a refreshing mind-body workout, which promotes strength, weight loss, muscle tone and flexibility.

Notice the difference after just 1 class Pilates can really make a difference to your health without taking it’s toll on your body, using mindful movement it creates a powerhouse of core strength to improve sports performance and reduce the risk of injury.

A strong body means a strong mind MF Pilates is different from most other forms of exercise because it is non-impact and safe, and emphasizes three guiding principles: whole body health. MF Pilates follow the traditional six movement principles concentration, control, centring, rhythm, precision, and breathing. MF Pilates Increases Energy – The more energy you have, the more you feel like doing. Pilates gets the breath and circulation moving, stimulates the spine and muscles, giving you the feel good factor.

If you practice Pilates regularly, it will change your body. Pilates is known for creating long, strong muscles and a leaner look; Pilates improves muscle tone, creates muscle balance, supports good posture, and teaches you to move with ease and grace. All of these things will make you look and feel very fit.


The good news is that when you go to a MF Pilates class, no beginner is expected to know what to do. In fact our fully qualified instructors give detailed instructions every step of the way. Our Beginners Class is focused on learning correct breathing and techniques. During this class our MF Pilates instructors will make every effort to provide you with the individual attention you need, making it possible to focus specifically on your unique strengths and weaknesses to better maximize your potential. Under the watchful eye of our expert instructors, you will make quick progress and will be pleasantly surprised by your results.


As your instructor gets to know you, your personality as well as your abilities, capabilities and potential deficits, you will find your workout becoming progressively more challenging. During our intermediate level mat class we start to focus more firmly on results. You should expect more dynamic exercises with fun challenges. You should also understand how the core muscles work, and be able to activate them correctly.


MF Pilates is not for first-timers. When moving up to an advanced class, the workouts become more intense, the pace is faster, and the repetitions are longer. Even those who are fit are often surprised at the initial effort it takes to correctly perform Pilates moves. With hundreds of exercises for your Instructor to choose from, no two classes will ever be the same.


Can pilates help reduce back pain? Pilates can provide pain relief to people with non-specific lower back pain. Pilates teaches awareness of movement habits and poor posture that often cause lower back pain. What makes Pilates so effective at reducing lower back pain is that it addresses and strengthens the deep stabilizer muscles by using mindful movement. Pilates can aid Issues like lack of core support, pelvic instability, muscular imbalances, poor posture, and lack of body awareness which all effect back health.

Can Pilates help me lose weight?

Pilates can “support weight loss and give a more streamlined appearance” By Creating lean muscle mass, Pilates is one of the best ways to increase your calorie-burning potential.

Am I too old for pilates?

You really can’t be too old or too young to do Pilates and reap benefits from its practice. The adaptability of Pilates exercise makes Pilates classes accessible to people of all ages and levels of fitness. “It is never too late to start,” at MF Pilates friendly instructors give detailed instructions every step of the way.

Do I have to be fit to do pilates?

It’s not just your body that becomes better at sticking to exercise, your mind is also affected. The more often you push through to finish a pilates sequence, the more confident you’ll feel in your own abilities. Practitioners say Pilates is a more gentle way of raising your activity levels, especially if you have poor mobility, aches and pains or an injury.