Danielle is the person behind Ellipsis Pilates and Wellbeing. She is a Pilates Therapist, Teacher and Wellbeing Coach whose special interest is in the intrinsic nature of the Mind body Connection.
Both the body and mind affect the way we experience mobility, pain, fitness and overall wellbeing and health.
Danielle's movement classes are based on Contemporary Pilates
Every body has it's own story.
Danielle follows the most up-to-date science based practice to strengthen and stretch the body by focusing on functional movement, building muscle tone, stamina and the fundamental Pilates Principals of:
She incorporates Mindful Wellbeing into her Practise specifically in Anxiety and Trauma informed Wellness. Offering Meditation, Breath-Work, Relaxation Techniques, Mindfulness, Journalling resources. She holds her RAD teaching Certificate and Is certified with the APMA (Australian Pilates Method Association). She is currently undertaking a counselling diploma with a special interest in Pain , Anxiety and Trauma.
Pilates is a form of exercise which works the whole body. The emphasis is on balanced development, through a combination of core strength, flexibility, and body awareness and breathwork. It enhances efficient movement, general health and well being. Aiming to help create a balance of mind and body.
One of the best things about Pilates is that it is adaptable to suit a wide range of people.Those with neurological or medical conditions, anxiety, back pain, Athletes. Dancers. Seniors. Women rebounding from pregnancy. Rehabilitation. Pilates can help
Major benefits of pilates include:
reducing aches and pains
becoming stronger, longer and leaner
and more able to do anything with grace and ease.
All exercises are developed with modifications, to make the workouts safe and challenging for people at any level.