Thank you for finding Caldwell Pilates & Nourished.You.
Since I began my career in 2000, Pilates exercises have been an integral inclusion for my clients, whether I was working in the gym, one-to-one, group exercise teaching, GP referrals or rehabilitation sessions, Pilates proved to be a discipline that enabled my clients to meet their goals.
I knew from personal application how effective Pilates was as a movement practice and therefore, I built my own business here in glorious, rural Herefordshire, with the dream of creating a deep awareness for clients to enjoy and reap the benefits of Pilates.
The beauty of Pilates is that it is a movement system that has respect for everyone and their unique bodies. Your body is designed to allow you to move, feel, and appreciate life. Pilates will help nourish your body and will allow you to experience mindful movement that will enhance your entire life; beyond whatever you may imagine.
My objective for each and every client is to achieve body, mind and well-being ambitions. I will help you flourish, experience positive enhancements to your health and body and ultimately become the best version of 'you'.
Interested? Come join me in a class setting, 1-1, or online.
Recently I had the chance to both teach and connect with gardening expert and blogger, Tamsin Westhorpe. We spent some time discussing the many benefits that Pilates can bring you and how to tailor your exercise routine specifcally to prevent injuries during gardening.
If you are a gardener, head over to Tamsin's blog to check out the full routine!
As well as being a certified Fascia Trainer for the Lower Back and a Pelvis Fascia Trainer, I am now a qualified Level 2 Franklin Method Educator. This is to enrich my teaching with state of the art biomechanics to enhance body performance, bone rhythms of the body, posture & breathing through Dynamic Neuro-cognitive Imagery™.
To achieve the highest accomplishments within the scope of our capabilities in all walks of life, we must constantly strive to acquire strong, healthy bodies and develop our minds to the limit of our ability. Joseph H. Pilates