Pilates

Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates in the 20th century. He was a sickly child, born in 1883 in Germany. He suffered from asthma and acute rheumatism. Later in life, determined to overcome his illness, he developed a movement system called Contrology. It is more commonly known as Pilates today. This system was designed to correct muscular imbalances, improve posture, coordination, balance, strength, and flexibility. It also aimed to increase breathing capacity and organ function. He invented a series of machines based on spring resistance. They are still used in Pilates studios today.

Pilates

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Do you want to experience the full Pilates equipment? Try an equipment class at Huis Van Yoga en Pilates. It is a fully equipped studio including the Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Spine Corrector and Ladder Barrel.

Experience a semi-private studio class with the Pilates equipment. With a maximum of 3 people per class, you will enjoy your own personal workout tailored to your body and its individual needs.

Are you new to Pilates? Have rehab issues? Want to be challenged? Training for an event? Then this is the class for you!

Pilates

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At Huis Van Yoga en Pilates, we are offering equipment classes for just 13.50 euros until July when purchasing 10 sessions. Or come for a trial class for just 15 euros.

We also offer matwork classes including Pilates, Yin Yoga, Flow Yoga and Yogalates. With a maximum of 14 per class, you will experience receive personal care and attention in an intimate studio setting.

The studio is located just a few minutes away from Heemstede Station. Parking is available, please speak to us for a permit.

All classes taught by Tamara are in English only. Classes by other teachers can be taught in Dutch or English.

Look forward to meeting you soon!

Tamara Cook

Tamara Cook

Hello! My name is Tamara and I am a Pilates teacher from London. I am going to be teaching Matwork and Equipment classes at Huis Van Yoga en Pilates. I decided to move to Haarlem about 2 years ago to expand my horizons. I love living here and particularly love the cycling culture.
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