The Pilates Method of body conditioning promotes physical harmony and balance for people of all ages and physical conditions while providing a refreshing and energizing workout. Because conditioning sessions are done one-to-one with a certified teacher or in closely supervised small groups, each session is tailored to your specific needs. Regardless of your current level of fitness—from sedentary to fitness enthusiast—the Pilates method can be your primary mode of body conditioning and injury prevention. Recently discovered by physical therapist, chiropractors and orthopedists, the Pilates method of body conditioning can also be integrated into rehabilitative exercise and physical therapy programs designed to speed recovery of soft tissue injuries.
WHO CAN BENEFIT
The Pilates method can be safely used by anyone to learn proper breathing and body alignment, improve concentration, and recover body shape and tone. Because your mind is required to engage with your body to perform the movements correctly, you experience a new awareness of muscle function, control and availability. The abdomen, lower back, and buttocks is supported and strengthened, enabling the rest of the body to move freely and properly.