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Pilates classes in Berlin Mondays

January 29 @ 18:00 - 19:00



To make a reservation, ask a question or check availability, contact us at contact@my-international-therapy.com

There will need to be a minimum of 2 people per session

Pilates session details

Mondays Classes from 6 to 7pm
Saturdays Classes from 3 to 4pm

  • Trial lesson: 15€
  • Single: €20
  • 5 course card (valid for 2 months): €90
  • 10 course card (valid for 3 months): €180
Course duration: 1 hour
Minimum number of students: 3

Discover Nathalie’s profile , Pilates teacher 

Pilates, often mistaken for just a form of physical exercise, is actually much more than that. It is a discipline that harmoniously combines body and mind to promote health, strength, flexibility, and inner peace. Created by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century, this training method has become a popular practice around the world, used by millions of people to improve their physical and mental well-being.

Origins and Philosophy

Joseph Pilates, a German born in 1883, developed this method with the aim of strengthening the body, correcting muscular imbalances and promoting the connection between body and mind. Its philosophy is based on the principle that physical and mental health are interdependent. In other words, a healthy mind resides in a healthy body, and vice versa. Pilates therefore aims to create a balance between the two.

Fundamental Principles

Pilates is based on six fundamental principles:

  1. Breathing: Conscious breathing is essential. The exercises are synchronized with deep breathing to improve circulation, muscle oxygenation, and relaxation.
  2. Concentration: Each movement must be performed with total concentration. This helps improve coordination, precision, and creates better body awareness.
  3. Control: Movements are performed with control and fluidity, avoiding sudden or jerky movements. This strengthens deep muscles and improves posture.
  4. Centering: The center of the body, often called the “powerhouse”, is the key to Pilates. It involves strengthening the abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles, and back muscles to create a strong foundation.
  5. Precision: Each movement must be performed with precision to target specific muscles and avoid injury.
  6. Fluidity: The movements are performed in a fluid manner, following the exercises without interruption. This improves coordination and flexibility.

Benefits of Pilates

Pilates offers a multitude of benefits for the body and mind:

  • Muscle strengthening: It tones and strengthens muscles throughout the body, with emphasis on the core.
  • Improved posture: Pilates promotes correct posture by strengthening the back muscles and correcting muscular imbalances.
  • Flexibility: Stretching exercises improve flexibility and joint mobility.
  • Stress reduction: Concentration and deep breathing promote relaxation and stress management.
  • Improved coordination: Precise and controlled movements improve body coordination.
  • Injury Prevention: By strengthening stabilizing muscles, Pilates can help prevent injuries related to overuse or poor posture.



January 29
18:00 - 19:00


Nathalie Le Bescond
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My International Therapy
Schönhauser Allee 55
Berlin, 10437 Germany
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