36 New Road, Hextable, Kent, BR8 7LS     07531885661             



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Review Pilates

Approaching 70 with age and arthritis related mobility issues, I decided to try a Pilates class and came along to Club-K in January.

The classes are small, friendly and Luke makes them fun.  He is encouraging and explains things clearly, so I am able to repeat some of the exercises at home too.   A few weeks in I was already seeing the benefits in improved posture, strength and flexibility.  Now I can get up off the floor unaided and touch my toes again.  I even managed a couple of hours on the dance floor at the recent Swanley Rugby Club Ball!
Chrissy Hudson, Swanley


Back Care Pilates

This class runs as a course for a term and is available on either

Monday 10:30am


Thursday 7:30pm

This course focuses on the education of anatomy and common back issues including sciatica and non specific low back pain and offers strategies to help relieve pain, strengthen and stretch the muscles.

It also introduces Self Myofascial Release using Foam rollers and balls.

Summer 1/2 Term Course (8 weeks) 55

Mondays 4th June - 23rd July

Thursday 8th June - 26th July 

 Each course is limited to 12 people, this small group allows attention to precision and attention for questions.

To secure your spot you can use the paypal Buy Now button below.



any questions just call or text on 07531 885 661

If I am training or massaging someone leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as I have finished.

or alternatively just fill in the email form below and we can communicate or direct via email to luke@club-k.club








Pilates at Club-K in Hextable, Kent 8 a class

Pilates was developed by German born Joseph Pilate, Who believed that mental and physical health were closely related. 

Pilates immigrated to the US in the 1920's and with wife Clara opened a studio in New York where he taught his method Contrology for several decades.

Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing.

Focusing on the 6 fundamentals of Pilates (Control, Concentration, Centering, Breathing, Flow and Precision) exercises are timed with your breath so you move at your own pace.

 Pilates exercises are sequenced so that most people can increase strength and flexibility in a way that is suitable for where their fitness levels are today.

Pilates is often advised by Doctors, Physiotherapists and Osteopaths because of the focus on spinal alignment and support.

Due to the controlled nature of the class it is great for beginners as you work at your own speed and level.









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