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1 The Loft, Trafalgar Road, Greystones, A63 W9C2

Email: reallygoodpilates@gmail.com / Tel: 089 442 6928

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FAQ

This handy section attempts to answer all your most burning questions about taking classes at G.P.S. Give us a shout if you don't find what you're looking for by using the contact form above or call or text us.  

Frequently asked questions

What should I wear to class?


Leggings and a tightish top are ideal for women. Shorts with some stretch in them and built-in underwear (or your own non-boxers underneath - keep the mouse in the house please!) or jogging pants with stretch and a sweat-wicking, and a tightish t-shirt are great choices for men. Everyone is required to wear clean socks and remove their shoes upon entering the studio. For the time being, please wear a mask unless you are training privately or in a private group.




I would like to do pre or post-natal classes but I don't see them on the schedule.  Do you have plans to start them?


Not at the moment but our Low-Flex class is a good choice for you. We also recommend private training or creating a small bespoke group class. Please let us know that you are interested in maternity classes - if we gt enough numbers we will add one to the schedule!




Do you run workshops?


We will be offering workshops from November 2020. These wil take place at the weekends and run between 2 and 3 hours. Sign up for our news letter and keep checking the website for updates - we'll let you know!




How often should I do Pilates?


Pilates is a discipline that must be practiced to achieve the most from it. We recommend practicing Pilates 3 times a week and becoming as familiar and proficient in the method as possible so you can do your own practice at home as well as coming to the studio and taking classes on-line. When you train with us, you will learn the system of exercises that make up the mat repertoire, including their names and their position in the system. With repetition, the names and moves will go from being novel and challenging to familiar, challenging you in a whole new way to become a proficient and accomplished Pilates practitioner.





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