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Hands on approach

to develop a safe and effective technique, you need individual feedback and hands-on quidance.

Clinical Pilates is a variation on traditional Pilates that takes the knowledge and skills of physiotherapists and exercise physiologists in the human body and injury management and uses the Pilates exercises and equipment in ways that are most beneficial from an injury, exercise science and performance perspective.

Exercise is one of the best medicines that can be prescribed for chronic disease and injuries. Doctors are referring to Accredited Exercise Physiologists to prescribe safe, effective, specific and tailored exercise programs to patients.

The benefits of Pilates are improved
  • Core stability
  • Posture
  • Balance
  • Strength
  • Flexibility

The Process of your sessions?

Initial Assessment All participants are required to an initial one-to-one postural assessment and full medical history.

Everything even that niggle you get in your lower spine once in a while can be relevant allowing to alter the regime devised for you.

Allowing exercises tailored to you, not generic ones for a group class.

And if you feel any pain during a class, let the instructor know immediately.
‘Clinical Pilates uses modified Pilates techniques to deliver a safe, effective and enjoyable way of strengthening your spinal stabilising muscles.

Important information If your medical status (or any medical condition) has changed in any way from your initial assessment,

Clinical Pilates sessions include reformer and mat work exercises. By using a variety of small apparatus such as balls, bands, rollers and rings, where appropriate to your elements of injuries and conditions

Pilates exercises are designed to reshape your body with balanced musculature, strengthening what is weak and stretching what is tight. Key emphasis is placed on building functional core strength that tones the deep abdominals and stimulates your own “internal girdle of support”. You will feel taller, longer and stronger from the inside out!

Contrology is complete coordination of mind and body. Through Movement, you first purposefully acquire complete control of your own body and then through proper repetition of its exercises you gradually and progressively acquire that natural rhythm and coordination associated with all your subconscious activities.

Pilates is not merely a collection of exercises but a method, developed and refined over more than eighty years of use and observation. While Pilates draws from many diverse exercise styles, there are certain inherent ruling principles that bring all these elements together under the Pilates name: Centring, Concentration, Control, Precision, Breathing, and Flowing Movement. Mind and Body. The central element of Pilates is to create a fusion of mind and body, so that without thinking about it you will move with economy, grace, and balance; using your body to the greatest advantage, making the most of strengths, counteracting its weaknesses, correcting its imbalances. The goal is this: to produce an attention-free union of mind and body.

 

 

Exercise is one of the best medicines that can be prescribed for chronic disease and injuries. Doctors are referring to Accredited GP referrals for exercise to prescribe safe, effective, specific and tailored exercise programs to patients.