I think it’s important to note that the distinction between classes is not so much that one is a “Beginner” (have just begun Pilates) or an “Advanced” client, but the nature of the work dictates the class. So whilst it might be labelled a “Beginner” class, it is more about doing more ‘focused’ work in the class, for example connections, speed etc. Often as an Int/Adv Pilates practitioner, the benefit of going to do a “Beginners” class is immense, as it enables one to revisit and focus differently in different classes.
So it pays to do a one * class, and then challenge yourself in a different way with a ‘more’ star class – but always being very aware of one’s experience and capabilities, as well as one’s own body issues. Far better to challenge oneself with a higher star class in the safer studio environment than online!
|08H30 Int||09h00 Beg/Int||08h00 Beg/Int||08h00 Int||09h10 Beg/Int||08h30 Beg/Int|
|18h00 Int||18h00 Int||13h00 Beg/Int||16h50 Beg/Int|
An idea of the levels of the above classes: Degree of difficulty 1 – 5 stars
Monday 08h30 More Intermediate ****
Monday 18h00 More Intermediate ****
Tuesday 09h00 More towards Beginners than Intermediate **
Tuesday 18h00 More towards Intermediate than Beginners ***
Wednesday 08h00 More towards Beginners than Intermediate *
Wednesday 13h00 Very much shared between Beginners & Int **
Thursday 08h00 More Intermediate than Beginners ***
Thursday 16h50 Very much shared between Beginners & Int **
Thursday 18h00 Intermediate class into Adv work *****
Friday 09h10 More towards Intermediate than Beginners ***
Saturday 08h30 Very much shared between Beginners & Int **