Help reduce physical tension and boost your mood with our daily programme of Pilates at the Desk.

Hi ,

The average office worker will spend between 4 and 9 hours each day seated at their desk!

Sitting for long periods of time can have a severe and detrimental effect on both our physical and mental health.

Common complaints related to sitting for prolonged periods of time include lower back pain, headaches, wrist ache, shoulder tension and leg pain. In fact, some of these issues can lead to chronic health problems.

To help you alleviate some of these symptoms, I have created a series of six easy-to-follow Pilates at the Desk classes. Five of the classes are based at the desk and are around 10 minutes long. I have also included a 20-minute restorative mat session, perfect for when you get home after a long day.  

The classes are designed to be easy to do and are a great way to keep active when brought into your daily routine.

I look forward to helping you through your day.

Grace XX

UCN # 242
Restorative Opening Stretch

After a long day at work, give your body just 20 easy minutes to restore and reset itself back into balance with this gentle mat class.

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UCN # 241
Shoulders Neck & Body

If you have been sitting in a confined position fo a long period of time, take a moment to bring some movement into your shoulders, neck and body.

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UCN # 240
Destress & Connected Breath

If your day has been stressful, this class is the one for you with a focus on breathing and removing tension.

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UCN # 239
Wrists and Neck

In this class we are focusing on wrists and necks. This class is especially helpful if you have been typing or driving for a long time.

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UCN # 238

We will be working on your legs in this session, perfect if you have been sitting for a long time and need to generate a bit of movement and boost your circulation.

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UCN # 237
Chest & Arms

In this short class we will concentrate on chest opening and we will also include a little arm workout.

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