Teresa likes to challenge her students!
Teresa’s interest for movement began at an early age having a passion for Ballet and Contemporary Dance. During some training, Teresa suffered a cruciate ligament knee injury and after surgery, Pilates helped with her recovery and get back into dance.
Encouraged by her own experience and discovering a new way to stay strong and healthy, and having been a Pilates student for many years, she eventually decided to train as a teacher.
Teresa believes Pilates really helps you feel good not just physically but also mentally. Is a form of exercise that helps strengthen, lengthen and tone the body and it’s a great tool during a rehabilitation process.
Our fast paced lives bring a lot of tension and bad postural habits which affects our whole body and Pilates is a great way to release and correct these. I love the fact anyone of any shape, ability and age can do Pilates making it an open, diverse environment”.
What to expect
Teresa’s classes focus on alignment, fluidity of movement and she likes to challenge students. Her goal after each session is to make people feel stronger, longer, more flexible and relaxed.
With the colder days upon us – finding food that heats up the body and staying healthy can be a challenge. Teresa has the perfect blend of comfort & health in her home made winter warmer soup
A visit to Platinum Physio’s Ben Doyle helped Teresa understand and get to the bottom of her hip pain.
Looking for inspiration? Look no further – the best quotes from Joseph Pilates, a pioneer of modern day fitness training.
Teresa shares her versatile hummus recipe – easy and delicious!
Sometime it can be quite challenging trying to juggle life, specially when you have children. Every parent knows!
As the warmer days start to show, I love this really easy and healthy recipe that reminds me to the sunny days back home.