Pilates with Carmen Cito
Dipl. International Polestar Pilates Trainer
Classes in French, English and German.
Monday - Saturday
You will need to fill in an initial enrolment form to gather general information, medical history and a postural assessment. This questionnaire will enable me to guide you to the basics of Pilates movements and plan out the progression of future sessions.
Each one-on-one session is completely customized to your needs and will lead you to maximize your potential.
One-to-one session at your home
I also happy to offer private sessions in the comfort of your home, provided there is sufficient space for the session.
I will bring all the necessary equipment for the exercises.
A private Pilates session lasts 60 minutes and consists of combination of equipment and mat work at a level focused on your personal needs.
Wear comfortable, fitted sport clothing. No shoes are required.
Pilates equipment uses a unique blend of body weight, pulleys and springs to create resistance.
My Pilates Studio has several pieces of equipment (Cadillac, Reformer, Chair, SpineCorrector & various material), each of them is designed for specific exercises.
1 Private Session at the Studio CHF 120
1 Private Session at your home CHF 150
10 Private Session at the Studio CHF 1080
10 Private Session at your home CHF 1350
Duration of one session 60 minutes.
Private session must be cancelled at least 24 hours before starting time of the appointment.
If you do not cancel in time, you will be charged the full price for the session.
Release the tensions of your daily life, renew your fascial network and feel better than ever!
Many think that Fascial Fitness only means rolling over the “Blackroll”, probably the most famous training device! But rolling out the fascia (the connective tissue) with the foam roller (Blackroll, MELT roller, Pilates roller) is just one of several components of fascial training.
I trained at Fascia Training Academy from Bill Parisi and the Fascial Fitness Association from Dr. Robert Schleip and his wife Divo Müller.
Good reasons to keep your fascia fit:
• Fascia is our largest sensory organ!
• Fascia transfers the force in the muscles!
• Fascia keeps our body upright and in shape!
• Fascia ensures communication with the nervous system as well as in and under organs!
• Fascia injuries cause the most pain!
• Fascia is the home to our immune system and most of our metabolism!
• There are many nerve endings in the fascia!
• And my completely unscientific conviction: fascia stores emotions!
The Fascial Fitness principles
In order to keep fascia healthy and / or to stimulate renewal again, Fascial Fitness is carried out, based on the following principles of the Fascial Fitness Association by Dr. Robert Schleip and his team.
1. BOUNCE Elastic springback & resilience
2. STRETCH Power transfer & flexibility
3. RELEASE Rehydrating & regenerating
4. REFINE Fasica as a sensory organ