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Pilates course

Pilates for MS – Eight-week course  

Starting Monday 09 August 2021 at 11am 

Session 1 - 11-11.30am - Seated flow 

Session 2 - Mondays 11.45-12.15 - Standing or mat flow 

Following the successful introductory class held in May, we are pleased to announce we will be offering an eight-week Pilates course specifically tailored for people living with MS, designed and taught by highly qualified and experienced Pilates teacher Amanda Kemp.   

However your MS affects you, Amanda will deliver smart workouts to challenge and improve your movement, daily function and your understanding of Pilates whether you are a beginner or you have practiced Pilates before. The emphasis of the classes will be on the understanding and the practicing of correct movement patterns in relation to all areas of the body for different movements. Through this approach, it will promote stronger connections between the neural pathways and allow for increased efficiency when performing daily tasks. 

The classes will be split into two thirty minute sessions each week with the first at 11am focusing on exercises from seated and the second session at 11:45am from either a standing or floor position. The classes will allow for you to go at your pace and each exercise to be adapted to your level of practice. 

What to expect from the course: 

CREATE new neuromuscular connections focused on the four quadrants of the body and spinal mobility 

CHALLENGE the body by experiencing new movement patterns 

APPLY movement principles to work on gait, balance and strength 

EMPOWER you to feel confident and in more control of your body 

The course will be a ‘drop-in’ format each week, meaning that you don’t need to attend the whole eight-week course. Each session has a maximum of sixteen participants and the suggested donation for each session of £5. 

If you would like to know more or you are having trouble registering, please contact us at

Before taking part in any of our online exercise classes, you should be aware that all exercise participation comes with its own risks and consideration must be made to any underlying conditions before taking part. Please read through our health screening questions. If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions or you are unsure, please consult your GP / medical practitioner before taking part in the classes. 

Health Screening Questionnaire

About Amanda Amanda Kemp 1.jpg

I’ve been teaching Pilates since 2005 and practising it a long time before. I love how it enables you to create freer movement and get out of pain. It works the whole body from the inside out to create a lengthened body, stabilise joints and maintain balance, strength and flexibility.   I'm an experienced teacher, having worked with lots of different people. Pilates is perfect for recovering from injury or managing and improving long-term conditions.  

I'm particularly experienced in working with clients with neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and stroke. I also work with clients with arthritis, osteoporosis, hyper-mobility, scoliosis, slipped discs and more.  As a mum of four children I know how Pilates can be invaluable in supporting you mentally and physically.  

I teach small group classes in person and via zoom from my studio in the East Sussex countryside. To find out more, please visit my website

How to book

If you would like to register for this workshop, please click on the button below. The suggested donation for the workshop is £5, but you can make a donation of your choosing from £1 to attend.

If you are having trouble registering or would like to know more about this workshop, please contact us at

Please note we will be recording the workshop and we will make it available for you to watch again.

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