Stalwart Wellness exclusive Clinical Pilates and Yoga Align studio owned by Genevieve Pollock, designed to accommodate individual lessons and small group sessions. We offer a range of Pilates classes, Yoga Align and Private Lessons under expert tuition and guidance, at a fully-equipped, newly constructed studio, with a relaxed ambience and thoughtful space in which to promote movement and wellbeing.
A newly constructed studio in the heart of the Weald of Kent, this energising space is equipped with wall to floor mirrors, private gated parking, integrated solar attenuating blinds for full relaxation, fully retractable glass doors overlooking the secluded landscaped gardens, and natural lake. With beautiful oak floors, under floor heating,integrated sound system ,and specialist high-quality Pilates/Yoga equipment the studio attracts clients from Tenterden and the surrounding areas of Headcorn, Cranbrook and the Weald.
The founder and owner of Stalwart Wellness is a fully qualified Polestar Clinical Mat Pilates Practitioner,(1200 hrs training in log book) 500 hrs Yoga Teacher-OOV Pilates Rehabilitation Equipment Teacher, an Ante and Post Natal Practitioner, Level 4 Back Pain Specialist and Level 4 Cancer Rehabilitation Specialist accredited by Macmillan Cancer Support.
Clinical Pilates is a series of mat based exercises in various different body positions which have been adapted by physiotherapists to make them more suitable for clients with back and neck pain, helping posture and those recovering from injury. Polestar Clinical Pilates is a limitless and ever evolving education in movement. It will develop the mind and body and is suitable for beginners, those new to exercise or experienced athletes, as well as for rehabilitation and improving mobility. Classes are taught in groups of up to six, for responsive learning and adaptability.
An extremely varied discipline, our Ashtanga Vinyasa Align Yoga classes are a demanding and dynamic practice. This flow is taught to challenge the individual both physically and psychologically, to develop both strength and tranquillity, and to align the body both mentally and physically.
Focusing on core strength, body posture, alleviating neck and back pain, and lengthening and decompressing the spine. Using various movement science techniques including the Alexander, Feldenkrais and Franklin imagery methods, and Physical-therapy methods, students are encouraged to listen to their bodies, promoting better awareness of movement, thus making the classes non competitive and open to all. Education of movement will also be given in classes to heighten awareness of your movement, breathing and posture.