Inferno Hot Pilates

Pilates principles combined with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), performed in a room heated to 35 degrees Celsius to a fantastic playlist. A full body workout to increase strength and flexibility.

Love. Burn. Transform.  

 

This high-energy fun class is growing in popularity.

 

IHP combines Pilates moves and principles with High Intensity Internal Training (HIIT) to create a fast-paced class that targets every muscle group in the body.  

Practised in a room typically heated to around 35 degrees, the heat isn’t as intense as Bikram Yoga, but is enough to help you work up a real sweat, ensuring maximum calorie burn to accompany the incredible muscle tone you earn from each move.

 

BENEFITS

 

  • Strengthen muscles and increase flexibility
  • Burn calories and detox
  • Accelerates injury rehabilitation
  • Conditions your core, sculpts and tones abdominal muscles
  • Great for pre and post natal

Timetable

Teachers

Liz Burkitt

Liz Burkitt

Liz has always been a keen gym goer and has a real passion for health, wellness and fitness. She completed her Bikram Yoga teacher training in 2016 after realising the outstanding benefits of the practice which included greater clarity, strength, patience and increased energy levels.

Since then she has taught in various studios in the UK and United States. And has further still found time to qualify as a Children’s Yoga teacher, Inferno Hot Pilates Teacher and a qualified Health Coach.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. IS THIS CLASS FOR ME?

Inferno Pilates is designed for all fitness levels and recommended for beginners. You will burn fat, increase fitness levels, create a strong core, improve circulation and increase flexibility. Practised on a yoga mat so there is zero impact protecting your joints and muscles.

Q. WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

The room is very warm, so shorts or leggings are best. Women can wear a cropped top or a sports top and men tend to wear shorts only. The most important thing is you feel comfortable, but most people who practise this class regularly tend to wear as little as possible as you WILL sweat. There are changing cubicles at the studio for before and after class.

Q. WHEN SHOULD I EAT?

Come on an empty stomach. Don't eat anything heavy 2-3 hours before class. Drink plenty of water before and after class. You lose electrolytes, such as magnesium, sodium and potassium, through your sweat and a good natural way to replenish these is coconut water which is available to purchase at the studio.

Q. HOW DO I GET TO THE CLASS?

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Q. WHAT IF THE HEAT IS TOO MUCH?

New students need to acclimatise to the heat and the best way is to take some time out. Stay in the room and join in with the class again when you feel ready. Don’t worry; the teacher is here to look after you.

Q. WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?

Apart from your yoga kit and dry clothes for after class, you will need a water bottle, a yoga mat and a bath-sized towel to lay over your mat. If you don't have these or would prefer not to carry them, you can hire a mat and towel for £1 per item. If you forget your water bottle you can borrow one of ours for free.

Q. WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE?

Please arrive 15 minutes before class to get ready for a prompt start.

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