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Exercise Classes

ctchealthcare’s health professionals understand the benefits of exercise for the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries. In order to prevent reoccurrence of injury, ctchealthcare run weekly exercise classes to help our patients regain, maintain and improve the strength of their ‘core’ muscles and the muscles affected during their injury.



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Pilates Classes

Pilates is an invigorating form of exercise for your mind and body that improves your strength, flexibility and overall mobility. The exercises strengthen your tummy, back and pelvic floor muscles without straining other joints. As a result your posture improves, movement becomes more efficient and you gain stronger ‘core’ muscles, reducing the risk of potential spinal problems.

The exercises are designed to suit your skill level and functional capabilities. Whether you are recovering from injury, want to improve your core stability or simply want to tone, the Pilates classed will help you do so.

Our qualified and experienced Pilates instructors work with a variety of people of all ages and fitness levels and can accommodate for every individuals’ personal needs during a class.


Antenatal Pilates

Antenatal Pilates in Nantwich

Antenatal Pilates uses modified Pilates exercises to target the exact muscles and functions that can are used during pregnancy and birth so it's a great exercise to do when you're pregnant. The exercises help you to be able to prepare yourself for birth and ensure your body can cope with the demands of pregnancy, birth and recovery, in a safe way.

The exercises focus on abdominal separation, back and pelvis mobility, strength and conditioning of the pelvic floor, breathing and relaxation techniques in preparation for labour and birth, optimal baby positioning in the womb, and relaxation of hip and sacral area.

Doing regular Pilates will help to:

  • Strengthen your tummy muscles
    Preparing your body to cope with the strains caused by the weight of your growing baby. Hormones released during pregnancy relax the ligaments that connect your bones making you more pliable in pregnancy, and also more prone to injury.
  • Reduces back pain
    Exercising the deepest tummy muscles that stabilise your back and pelvis prevents back or pelvic pain.
  • Strengthen your pelvic floor
    The pelvic floor muscles which support your bowel, bladder and uterus (womb) as your baby grows and moves down are also essential during childbirth. Exercising them may prevent you from incontinence (accidental urination) when you cough or sneeze during and after pregnancy.
  • Helps with balance
    You may feel a little clumsier during pregnancy, especially as your hips open wider to accommodate your growing baby and preparation for labour. Strengthening your core may make you more stable when you walk as your bump grows.
  • Takes the strain off your back and pelvis
    Positions such as those on your hands and knees are great position for pregnancy as they help your baby lie correctly towards the end of your pregnancy.
  • Relax and control your breathing
    Preparing your mental state of relaxation and preparation for pain relief during labour.


  • Monday 6-7pm


Boxercise in Nantwich

Boxercise is an exercise class based on the training concepts boxers use to keep fit. Classes typically involve shadow-boxing, skipping, hitting pads, kicking punch bags, press-ups, shuttle-runs and sit-ups and are aimed at men and women of all ages and fitness standards. No class involves the physical hitting of an opponent. They are a fun, challenging and safe workout.

The exercises help to:

  • Increases mental agility
  • Improves hand- eye coordination
  • Increases stamina
  • Raises core strength
  • Strengthens muscles


  • Monday 7-8pm


Yoga is a non-competitive practice combining exercise (asanas) breathing awareness and relaxation and when practice regularly will help create a balance in the body. Strength, Flexibility and muscle control are all increased over time in a step by step manner, with the classes suitable for all, from beginners to more experienced yoga students. Each class will end with a period of relaxation with the purpose of generating the 'relaxation response' in each of us - a key part of coping with the stresses of everyday life and promoting better health and wellbeing. Make some time for yourself and come and enjoy yoga in a friendly and welcoming environment.


  • Thursday 7pm to 8pm
    Rod Beaumont