Stroud Yoga Space offers a variety of different yoga styles.

All yoga has the same set of asanas (postures) in common, but there are different ways of interpreting them, and so we have created descriptions of each style that we offer to help you find a style that appeals to you. Often the best way to discover is to try out a few different styles until you find one that resonates with you. We also have a few different forms of Pilates which are also listed below.

Stott Pilates

Stott Pilates mind-body exercise builds on the essence and principles of the late Joseph Pilates’ work by incorporating modern knowledge about the body. The focus is on core stability, including pelvic and shoulder stability, neutral alignment and breathing. They work together to create effective and safe exercise.

Stott Pilates’s basic principles are:

  • Breathing
  • Pelvic placement
  • Rib cage placement
  • Scapular movement & stabilisation
  • Head & cervical placement

Stott Pilates helps to restore the natural curves of the spine, relieve tension and enhance self confidence. There are different pieces of equipment, which can be used to complement a mat work class, such as Overball, Theraband, Toning Balls, Foam Roller, Fitness Circle. Exercises can be progressed depending on personal ability from a beginners level to intermediate or advanced..

Stott Pilates teachers cover anatomy and physiology in their training, they are also required to complete annually continued professional development in order to maintain their registration.

Our expert practitioners of Stott Pilates

Anette Holtmeyer-Cole

Anettes’ classes provide a safe environment for strengthening your core muscles. She likes to offer sessions that take into account everybody’s personal needs, with adaptations to suit your body. Many people coming to classes have got niggles or injuries that …

Thursday 9.45am - 10.45am Studio 1
Thursday 11am - 12pm Studio 1
Thursday 6.30pm - 7.30pm Studio 2
Thursday 7.45pm - 8.45pm Studio 2