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December 2021 – January 2022 – Mens Pilates Classes in South Dublin, Dublin 18 Sandyford

Men Only Pilates, Core Strength Flexibility Clases – with Martin

1. Increase Core Strength

2. Improve Mobility & Flexibility

3. Prevent Injuries & Back Issues

Join my last two Thursday 6.30pm-7.30pm in December 2021 – Men Only Pilates Classes in Sandyford Community Centre, Dublin 18, D18.

1. Thursday 9th December 2021 – 6.30pm-7.30pm
2. Thursday 16th December 2021 – 6.30pm-7.30pm

Trial or Drop-Ins, Pay-As-You-Go (for €15) Classes are possible.

If you join – one or both Thursday classes – in December 2021 you automatically secure your place for the Thursday 6.30pm Classes in January 2022.
First preference will be given to current class participants – for all other classes.

The January classes 2022 will either start during the week of Monday 3rd January or Monday January 11th 2022.
I will check possible starting dates with the venue managers in the next few days.

Simply register your interest via below form and I aim to contact you within 24-48 hours (Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, or contact, call Martin via the “Contact-Us” page.

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Pilates Classes in South Dublin *New Classes start early / mid *March 2016*

I’m going to start a new set of PIlates and other Fitness classes in South Dublin, in the Dublin 14, Dublin 16 and Dublin 18 area early, mid March 2016.

Do you want to
(1) Tone-Up
(2) Improve your Core Strength
(3) Boost your Energy
(4) Increase your Flexibility
(5) Prevent back issues and other injuries
(6) Up general Strength ?

A lot of us sit for hours in front of a computer or on a desk and rarely get up and take breaks. Even if we know a short stroll around the office, down to the canteen or even to a local park would be good for your back, give you a mental break, so you would come back refreshed and re-energized.

Pilates is great for loosening and strengthening your back, maintaining good posture and increasing core strength (abdominal and back). It will also help you to prevent or tackle various back, neck and other issues, as the majority of exercises are performed in a controlled and slow manner. This will allow you to increase awareness, you could even compare it with certain aspects of being mindful as you move.

Sports people also benefit from increased core strength to prevent injuries. All types of athletes and sporty individuals do Pilates and Core Work exercises. This included e.g. soccer player, rugby player, GAA player, people who play Golf etc. etc..

Individuals in their more mature years find Pilates beneficial as it helps them to (1) stay supple (2) maintain flexibility (3) keep their balance (4) increase and maintain mobility.

New March and April 2016 Classes start:
Pilates in south Dublin, Ireland, Rathfarnham, Dundrum, Sandyford, Churchtown, Ballinteer, Marley Park, Lambs Cross, Cabinteely - D14 D16 D18

[1] Tuesday 8th March 2016 – 6pm Men Only Pilates – Sandyford Community Centre, Dublin 18
[2] Tuesday 8th March 2016 – 8.15pm Men Only Pilates (Progression Level) Taney Parish Centre, Dublin 14
[3] Wednesday 9th March 2016 – 10am Over 60s Pilates & Fitness, St. Mary’s Parish Centre, Rathfarnham, off Willbrook Road, close to The Yeallow House Pub.
[4] Tuesday 15th March 2016 – 9.30am Toning & Conditioning Circuits, Foxrock Parish Center, Dublin 18
[5] Thursday 24th March 2016 – 10am Intermediate Pilates, Three Rock Rovers Hockey Club, beside Marley Park, Rathfarnham, close to Ballinteer, Churchtown, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Dublin 16
[6] Thursday 25th March 2016 – 11.15am Over 60s Pilates & Fitness Three Rock Rovers Hockey Club, beside Marley Park, Rathfarnham, close to Ballinteer, Churchtown, Dundrum, Dublin 14, Dublin 16
[7] Wednesday 6pm (ongoing) Mens Pilates – Sandyford Industrial Estate, close to the LUAS, Beacon Hotel and Hospital.

Contact Martin for Bookings or with any further questions you might have.