A Pilates specialist, passionate about the benefits of Pilates in modern life; focussing not only the wellbeing of your body but also your mind.

Becki first tried Pilates more than ten years ago and quickly realised it was for her, as it provided much needed movement and relaxation after long days in the office.  After practising for a number of years she wanted to find out more so trained and qualified with the Pilates Foundation.  Her training helped Becki gain a better understanding of the body and how Pilates can benefit a person’s overall wellbeing.  Becki is passionate about how Pilates can improve not only the function of the body through improved posture and alignment, strengthening muscles but also the mind from the concentration and focus required in class. Becki is also qualified in pre and post natal Pilates, working with ladies throughout their pregnancy to focus on posture and wellbeing in preparation for birth and after.  With new mums Becki likes to demonstrate how Pilates can be beneficial to them on a whole range of levels for both the body and mind. Becki adapts her classes to the needs of her clients and loves to see the improvement in them week after week as they learn more about Pilates and their bodies.

“I look forward to my class with Becki every week. She’s absolutely brilliant at helping you get the most from every move, explaining the benefits to your body and using ingenious metaphors to help you get into those tricky positions. Although it’s a powerful workout it’s also a wonderful way to zone out and relax. I couldn’t recommend her classes highly enough.” Jo









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