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Pilates is a mind-body exercising technique that emphasizes the importance of beginning a movement from a central core of stability, the low back/pelvic area.

From this central core, Pilates works by adjusting the intensity of each exercise through various arm and leg movements, coupled with appropriate breathing control. The exercises consist of strengthening, mobility and stretching movements.

Injuries, such as back pain, can be caused by muscle imbalances in the body and by repetitive patterns of movement. If a person has a weakness in an area, they may overcompensate or overdevelop another area in order to achieve a certain movement.

By concentrating on precision of movement, awareness of breath control and a continuing flowing movement, the exerciser will be able to alter abnormal patterns of movement and achieve a carry over into daily function and life.

Physiotherapy and Pilates focuses on the importance of a balanced aligned body and is devoted to correcting muscle imbalances in the back and limbs, progressing towards a more functional lifestyle

Antenatal pilates 1-1 or 2-1 available

Monday 8.15pm – Intermediate

Tuesday 10.00am – Beginners

Tuesday 11.00am – Pure Beginners

Wednesday 7.15pm – Pure Beginners

Wednesday 8.15pm – Intermediates

Thursday 10.00am – Improvers

Improves core stability and strength

Improves back pain

Prevents Injury

Improves sports injuries

Improves performance

Longer leaner muscles

Postural correction

Neck tension and headaches

Benefits of Excercise

  • Increases your level of muscle strength
  • Increases the density and breaking strength of ligaments and tendons
  • Slows the rate of degeneration in people with osteoarthritis
  • Improves ability to recover form physical exertion
  • Increases the thickness of cartilage in joints
  • Increases you level of muscle endurance
  • Helps you sleep easier and better
  • Improves posture
  • Improves athletic performance
  • Helps maintain proper muscle balance
  • Helps to alleviate lower back pain
  • Helps you to burn excess calories
  • Improves your cardiac reserve
  • Improves your physical appearance
  • Improves your self esteem
  • Helps to relax
  • Maintains or improves joint flexibility
  • Enhances your muscles abilities to extract oxygen form blood
  • Reduces your likely hood o f developing lower back problems
  • Helps to retard bone loss as you age thereby reducing your risk of developing osteoarthritis
  • Makes your heart a more efficient pump
  • Helps to increase your overall health awareness
  • Improves your overall quality of life
  • Helps to preserve lean body tissue