OxPhysio offers pilates classes around Oxford, which are suitable for any age, ability and fitness level, including specialist classes for osteoporosis sufferers and post natal pilates. We offer regular group sessions which run in six to eight week blocks or individual pilates sessions at a time and venue that is suitable for you.
The group classes run from Headington community centre, Quarry Pavillion, Headington Parish Hall, Cheney Community Centre and William Osler House. All venues are conveniently located close to the Oxford ring road and have their own parking. The cost of booking onto an existing course is £48 for a block of 6 weeks or £10 per class if you book for less than 6 weeks. We strongly advise that you book in for an individual assessment before starting the course so we can disccuss any health concerns you may have and show you the basics. Private classes (up to 6 clients in a class) or individual sessions are charged at £60. Please see our pilates classes section for more information on our classes including the time tables and for information on the benefits of pilates.
We run post natal pilates classes in Headington Community Centre on Friday mornings at 11am & 12.30pm. You are welcome to come along to these classes with your baby once he/she is 6 weeks old. These friendly, relaxed sessions are run in blocks of six to eight weeks. There will be an opportunity before or after the class to feed your baby, enjoy refreshments and have a chat with your instructor and the other mums in the group if you would like to. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of pilates following the birth of your baby please visit our information for post natal mothers.
Our Osteoporosis pilates classes run on Wednesday afternoons at 1pm and 2pm from Botley's Rosary Rooms next to Our Lady of the Rosary RC Church. These are specialist classes designed specifically for those suffering from Osteoporosis and are taught by experienced physiotherapists. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of pilates for those with Osteoporosis please visit our Osteoporosis information page.