Pilates in Dubai



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At Eclipse, we offer Pilates Classes that focus on strengthening and improving control and flexibility of the body's deep postural muscles, such as the core muscles (known in Pilates as powerhouse), while also training our arms and legs. The style of Pilates taught at Eclipse is loyal to the principles of Mat Pilates, which along with the use of props, make the Pilates Classes dynamic and fun! Our Pilates Studio is fully equipped with a wide range of props from Pilates Rings and Balls to Dumbbells, ensuring that each Pilates Class enhances in the best possible way our core body strength, coordination, and flexibility. At Eclipse we place special emphasis on unlocking all the benefits of Pilates from calorie-burning and postural correction to increasing focus and body/mind connection.

Pilates classes can effectively treat various common conditions

  • Neck misalignment
  • Lower and upper back pain
  • Shoulder injury
  • Limbo-pelvic instability
  • Muscle, joint or tendon injury
  • Hip mobility
  • Sports injuries 
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation 
  • Pregnancy or postnatal issues
  • and poor flexibility.

Pilates classes offer a range of benefits

  • Improves posture and body alignment.
  • Increases core strength and stability.
  • Enhances flexibility and range of motion.
  • Reduces risk of injury and improved balance.
  • Improves mental focus and concentration.
  • Improved breathing and circulation.
  • Enhances overall fitness and well-being
  • Improves body awareness.

There are several types or variations of Pilates

  • Classical Mat Pilates which follows the original teachings of Joseph Pilates, who developed the method in the early 20th century. This is a more accessible and affordable version of Pilates available.
  • Contemporary Pilates which incorporates modern exercise science principles and may involve the use of props such as resistance bands, balls, and foam rollers.
  • Clinical Pilates which is focused on rehabilitation and on addressing specific injuries or conditions.
  • Athletic Pilates which is designed for athletes and may target specific sports or movements.
  • Group Reformer Pilates which is an advanced type of Pilates that utilises a reformer machine to perform challenging, full-body exercises. It improves physical balance, strength, and flexibility and requires expert supervision from a qualified instructor.
  • Barre Pilates which combines Pilates with ballet-inspired movements for a low-impact workout.

Pilates in Dubai at Eclipse

At Eclipse Pilates In Dubai, we offer a unique Pilates center, focused mainly on the Mat version of the discipline. Our team of instructors includes experienced professionals, who are committed to providing the most effective Pilates techniques to our clients. 

By choosing our Pilates studio, you can be assured that you will receive exceptional instruction in a safe and professional environment. Under the expert guidance and supervision of our instructors, you will have access to a wide range of exercises that will enable you to fully maximise the potential of Pilates.

Pilates In Dubai FAQ’s

Who can do Pilates?
Pilates is suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, from beginners to professional athletes.

What equipment do I need for Pilates?
You can do Pilates using just a mat, or you can use specialized equipment such as a reformer, Cadillac, or chair to add resistance and challenge to the exercises.

Is Pilates good for weight loss?
While Pilates can help you tone and strengthen your muscles, it may not be the most effective form of exercise for weight loss, but it can definitely be practiced along other disciplines, such as yoga, or any fitness routine, as support on your weight loss journey.

Can pregnant women do Pilates?
Pilates can be safe and beneficial for pregnant women, but it is important to consult with a healthcare provider and work with a qualified instructor who has experience teaching prenatal Pilates.

Can Pilates be practiced after giving birth?
We recommend starting practicing Pilates after 6 weeks, in case of natural birth, and 12 weeks, after a C-Section, always after a consultation with a health care provider.

Is Pilates similar to Yoga?
While both Pilates and yoga focus on the mind-body connection, they are different forms of exercise with distinct movements and goals.

Does it require flexibility to do Pilates?
It does not require one to be flexible to start practising. With consistent practice, Pilates can help improve your flexibility over time.