Pilates is a challenging, low impact and total body workout that focuses on strengthening the core and elongating musculature. The use of springs in the resistance based exercises strengthens and stretches the body, allowing it to develop into a long, strong, lean form.
WHO IS PILATES FOR?
Pilates is for everyone: the athlete, the office worker, the injured, the strong, the flexible and inflexible, the dancer, the boxer, the expecting mother, the young, and the elderly. Pilates is ageless and genderless. With hundreds of exercises Pilates will push you farther than you ever thought your body could go.
PRENATAL and POSTNATAL
Pilates creates a strong girdle of support from your pelvic floor to the transverses abdomens. A regular prenatal pilates practice will help to prevent lower back pain during pregnancy and after birth. It allows a smoother birthing process and post partum recovery and getting back in shape will be faster.
Pilates after birth quickens postpartum recovery and strengthens the body and mind for the new demands of motherhood. Whether you have had a vaginal or Caesarian delivery, a safe Pilates workout is developed to target particular muscle groups.
PILATES FOR MEN
Pilates works the small intrinsic muscles that are often neglected at the gym and thus can improve and enhance sports performance. It will also improve back pain and undo bad habits and poor posture caused by hours of sitting at the desk.
PILATES IS FOR EVERYONE
Women, men, children, the elderly, anyone with a chronic illness and pain, athletes, dancers can benefit from pilates. It builds a stronger core, better balance, increase flexibility and promotes stability. It improves posture, body awareness, builds optimal health and helps you to move more efficiently. It's gentle while also challenging. It's proven to aid with treating and managing pain because low impact exercise take the stress off joint and bones.