As the name suggests – small groups (maximum of 10/12 per class). We offer group Pilates in the community during the evening.
We run courses, usually lasting between 5 to 7 weeks, and each course has a theme or an emphasis. If equipment is used then we bring enough for everyone, but we always have spares if you would like to buy your own. Click here for our term dates.
Who they help
Our clients vary enormously in so many ways, and it is difficult to pin-point exactly who they are, but generally they are women (though men are very welcome!), professional or busy mums, and generally have some pain/discomfort issues.
One thing we do have in common is that we are all very social. We are a lively group, but we do take the teaching seriously – make no mistake – but we have light hearted banter throughout.
You will be made most welcome by everyone in the class. Read here about some of the experiences of first-time class members
Where they are the classes?
We have three locations for our evening group classes:
- Great Eccleston – Tuesday Evening
- Longridge – Wednesday Evening
- Goosnargh – Thursday Evening
The Social Side of Pilates
We often set homework for you to practice and this is stored on a separate site gelsocially.org, and is password protected. Each term we have videos, emails and other resources to help you with your practice.
We are social butterflies too, and often arrange outings, meals and get-togethers. You get priority booking when your are a GELsocially member.
We have several ways of paying:
Annual – a one-off fee prior to the start of the new courses in January. This membership level enjoys a 10% loyalty bonus and 6 FloorTower sessions, as a ‘thank you’. These are limited to just 5, and are quickly snapped up.
Standing Order – this is by far the most popular way of paying; one regular monthly amount. This too enjoys a 10% loyalty bonus. Spreading the course fees over the 12 months is the easiest way to pay.
Per Course – Full course payment is made at the start of each course. You will receive an email towards the end of the current course informing you of the next course costs and theme.