Pilates bridges the gap between injury and full recovery. The low impact exercise and resistance training that are inherent in Pilates allow you to maintain and improve your physical fitness and muscle balance.
Physiotherapists integrate Pilates training principles and exercises into their exercise rehabilitation for specific conditions. Traditional Pilates exercises may often need to be modified to allow for pain free injury rehab.
Pilates augments daily sports, cardio and dance programs by allowing you to achieve fluid, efficient movement. As our connective tissues stiffen age, it is common to have some muscle groups that are either too tight or too weak. Stretching and release techniques for specific muscles helps maintain flexibility and allow for good postural alignment and strength training.
The outcome? Better general fitness and pain free, physical health, improved bone health, balance reactions and posture. Ultimately we aim to help you to able to undertake the physical activities you want to.