Who is it for?

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Who is Pilates for?

  • Addresses injury prevention and facilitates physical rehabilitation
  • Builds better balance and coordination, especially in the elderly
  • Offers a safe and excellent form of exercise for pre and post-natal women
  • Alleviates aches and pains
  • Helps maintain bone density
  • Develops the function and efficiency of the lungs with improvement in circulation
  • Fosters joint health through improved mobility and support from the surrounding musculature

Pilates is beneficial for the following conditions:

  • Chronic or recurrent lower back pain and Sciatica
  • Pre and post-natal problems
  • Recovery from injury or illness
  • Neck, shoulder or upper back pain and stiffness
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Pre and post operative hip and knee replacements
  • whiplash injuries
  • spine fractures
  • Postural correction and muscle balance
  • Scoliosis
  • Spondylitis
  • Spinal Patients - 12 weeks post-op
  • Osteoporosis
  • M.S.
  • Peripheral numbness in Diabetes
  • Post Hysterectomy recovery
  • Obesity

Starting out...

Regardless of how fit you are, you need to learn the basic technique of Pilates

  • Sessions will teach you the correct order and execution of the exercises
  • Initial sessions will focus on postural correction and establishing proper form and coordination during movements
  • A tailor-made programme is developed for your specific needs and goals, strengthening weak muscles and stretching tight areas and toning