Pilates attracts many leading figures from the worlds of performing arts and sport. Already used extensively in rugby, football, athletics and cricket. By improving endurance, focus and coordination and incredible core strength appropriate for most sport. Pilates is increasingly being used to complement the work of physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors.
Who is it for?
Because we all move and because this form of exercise is about natural flowing movement, Pilates is for everyone, starting at any age and level of unfitness. practised regularly, Pilates can change the way you look, feel and the way you move.
Pilates is good for:
Improving and correcting faulty posture
Relief of stress through efficient breathing; aiding relaxation and muscle release
Improved circulation and respiration
Targeting specific areas of the body correcting muscle imbalances or weakness
Increases bone density
Those who suffer from back problems, receptive strain injury, women’s health problems, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and ME
Achieving a supple, stronger and leaner shape
Focuses the mind achieving physical and mental control and understanding of your body
Boosts your immune system