Pippa became certified in fitness by the YMCA and ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine) and then moved onto her formal training in Pilates becoming certified as a Stott Pilates Instructor in 2006. Pippa has been training on a one-to-one basis in both Matwork and Stott equipment based Pilates to a large and varied clientele in the Southeast London area before opening One One One Pilates in October 2010.
- Intermediate reformer
- Active ageing Equipment class
- Cardio Pilates
- Pre-natal equipment class
- Active ageing equipment class Intermediate
- Post-natal Pilates
- Cardio Tramp and Reformer
- Zenga Flow
- Essential/Intermediate reformer
- Intermediate matwork
This is a specialized class for those wishing to remain physically active in later life. The use of equipment such as the Reformer, Cadillac and Stability Chair allow for great versatility with the main benefits being increased body awareness, muscle strength, range of motion, balance and co-ordination.
Maximum 3 per class.
Attending two Private Foundations is a pre-requisite before booking onto the Active Ageing equipment class.
This class will challenge your Pilates training while giving you a cardio workout. The class will use various pieces of equipment including the Halo.
If you are new to the Studio it is necessary to complete at least three Essential Matwork classes or two Private Foundation sessions before joining this class, although due to its faster pace is best suited to those with some experience of Pilates.
Class capacity is four participants. Groups are kept small to ensure that each expectant mother benefits from close observation and cueing.
In this medium-intensity class you will work both the core and peripheral muscles, to ensure you are on your way to having a strong and streamlined body as you continue to strengthen and stabilize the hips, knees, and ankles.
You are required to attend at least 3 Essential reformer classes or 2 Private Foundation’s prior to attending an Essential/Intermediate reformer class.
Matwork classes at Intermediate level will provide a bigger challenge and take you through a dynamic, full-body workout that focuses on improving flexibility and core strength, with exercises that stretch and tone all muscle groups. Programming may vary from session to session to include: Stability Balls, Flex-Bands, Toning Balls, Fitness Circle®. Class capacity is ten participants.
A good knowledge of Pilates is necessary and you should be injury free.