Hello I’m Marc, welcome to my Pilates website. I have been teaching for a very long time, over 30 plus years.

I absolutely love teaching.
Exercise is an important aspect of maintaining pelvic floor health. Engaging in regular physical activity can have both direct and indirect benefits for the pelvic floor muscles and overall pelvic health.
Well, these pictures were taken way back in the 1990’s and I don’t look like this anymore, a lot more padding and a lot more wrinkles, however I still am able to teach and participate in classes. My classes are very inclusive and I provide modifications for most of the workout. Growing older is a privilege and I am lucky to be able to still teach and workout.

(1991 John Burns Gym, Swansea)

Step aerobics is a form of aerobic exercise that involves stepping up and down on a raised platform or step. It combines cardiovascular exercise with strength training, targeting various muscle groups, particularly in the legs and lower body.
Pilates places a strong emphasis on building a strong and stable core, which supports proper posture and alignment.
The Plank
Pilates is practiced by people of various backgrounds, from athletes and dancers to those seeking a low-impact exercise option. There are different variations of Pilates, including classical Pilates (which adheres closely to Joseph Pilates’ original principles) and contemporary Pilates (which incorporates modern exercise science and adaptations).
The pelvic floor muscles are part of the core muscles that provide stability and support to the spine and pelvis. They work in conjunction with other core muscles to maintain proper posture and body alignment.
Cardiovascular exercise, such as walking, swimming, or cycling, can support overall health and circulation. Good circulation is essential for the pelvic floor muscles to receive adequate oxygen and nutrients.
The pelvic floor muscles contribute to overall body posture and movement. They work in coordination with other muscles to assist in activities like walking, standing, and lifting.
Focusing solely on body size can lead to unhealthy behaviours and contribute to mental health issues such as body dissatisfaction, eating disorders, and low self-esteem.
In a private class, the instructor can focus entirely on you and your specific needs and goals. This personalized attention allows for more effective corrections, adjustments, and guidance, ensuring you’re performing exercises correctly and safely.
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