Pilates aims to rebalance your body using these six principles - Centring, Control, Flow, Breath, Precision, and Concentration.
The Pilates method has always emphasized quality over quantity, and you will find that, unlike many systems of exercise, Pilates exercises do not include a lot of repetitions for each move. Instead, doing each exercise fully, with precision, yields significant results in a shorter time than one would ever imagine.
Core strength, torso stability, an optimum posture for that individual and correct neuromuscular movement patterning, along with the six Pilates principles, set the Pilates method apart from many other types of exercise in an early stage rehabilitation setting or for individuals starting out with exercise.
If you are in the early stages of rehabilitation from an injury tor at the beginning of your fitness journey then Pilates is a great place to start to recentre and align your body before progressing to gym based training methods.
We have worked as a multi-disciplinary team with our sister company Physiocure for the past 14 years. rehabilitating patients back from surgery and injury, constantly liaising together to provide the best possible care and outcomes for our patients.
We offer classes and one to one Pilates at our studio in Bramhope.
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