Pilates is a low impact form of exercise, which improves core stability and awareness, eases back pain and many other physical complaints.
Regular practise of Pilates supports the body as a whole in meeting the physical demands of daily life such as lifting, reaching, gardening, turning to reverse the car, climbing stairs, running, various sports or carrying children.
Each time you step into the studio regardless of how frequently or infrequently you come, you will discover how quickly you can restore a sense of balance and ease in your body. At the end of each session you will feel taller, lighter and more connected. Regular practise will feed into all aspects of your life simply through an increased awareness of your body and physical patterns.
Joseph Pilates developed his mindful approach to movement rehabilitation in the 1950s as a form of rehabilitation for ballet dancers.
This mind-body approach has been further refined with the latest research in biomechanics, motor learning, bioenergetics and communications. It is recommended by Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths, and is suitable for all ages and abilities.
Slow down, tune in and discover your potential.