The Pilates method was developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920’s and is a favourite form of exercise for dancers and athletes as well as those looking to improve the performance of their body.
Pilates involves movements designed to improve strength, flexibility, posture and coordination. It combines awareness of the body and correct breathing with exercises to achieve slimmer, longer, stronger muscles without building bulk.
Why do Pilates?
Injury recovery and Rehabilitation: Pilates is very effective in rehabilitation as it gently re-educates the body to move correctly, helping repair injuries. Based on individual instruction, Pilates ensures correct muscle activation and movement patterns.
Optimise Sport performance:
Develop length, strength and improve biomechanics.
General Fitness and toning
Who is it for?
Pilates is safe for young and old, those with significant injuries and those recovering from surgery, elite athletes and those looking to enhance their sporting performance or simply maintain tone and strength.
Our method has evolved with evidence-based practice, utilising physiotherapy knowledge to perfect technique and eliminate pain.
One on one tuition
Small group sessions
Equipment: The use of Pilates equipment allows for exercises to be tailored to the individual and provides assistance or resistance.
A Pilates session will wake up your body, maximise your health and balance, making you aware of muscles you never knew you had!