Refresh and energise mind and body. Increase power.
Restore and upgrade your movement.
Refresh and energise mind and body. Increase power. Restore and upgrade your movement.
Welcome to Zest for Pilates
At Zest for Pilates we’re here to support your health and movement practice to inspire you to move with greater ease!
Through expert tuition learn how to move well through the practice of Pilates to inspire real change in your body. If practiced regularly Pilates can improve movement patterns enabling people to enhance performance and heal problems, through tension release, breath control, aligning and strengthening muscles.
By amplifying good movement in your body, you get better at using it as it is designed.
By restoring flexibility you upgrade your movement mechanics, enabling you to increase power and have better balance and organisation of your whole body.
Zoe Williams, Zest for Pilates
About our Classes
Classes are small and run at Tettenhall, Tettenhall Wood, Wolverhampton and Pattingham to suit our clients – easy and convenient to attend.
Private sessions are also available for clients who would like a tailored programme to suit themselves.
Pilates is for everyone, suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Whether you want gentle exercise or a dynamic workout.
Frequently Asked Questions
Before joining a class it is advisable to have a private session to ensure that you are ready to join an existing class. During the session you will learn the Pilates fundamentals of aligning, breathing and centring, and Zoe will assess you to see what class would be best for you to join.
Yes, certainly. All classes are open to male clients, too. Pilates works to restore good postural alignment, correct muscle imbalances and find trigger points to relieve tension common to both genders. Men can experience the same benefits that women can by practicing Pilates regularly.
Pilates helps to strengthen core muscles which support your back. Physiotherapists, osteopaths and other health professionals recommend it, but always check with your doctor or health professional first if you are unsure.