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Clinical Pilates is used for patient-specific treatment after an injury or surgery. It differs from Pilates because it takes into account an individual’s specific injuries and physical needs, instead of having multiple individuals complete the same program.
Mat Is The Work!
In traditional Pilates, Mat work is the goal of all clients. You will learn of pre-Pilates; standing arm work with dumb bells and learn the original repetoire of the Mat. Perfect for all levels.
Post Natal Pilates
Weakness in the body, tightness in the hip and 'loose belly' are typical signs & symptoms of Diastasis Recti. Or commonly known as “the gap” from pregnancy. We apply The Center Method for Diastasis Recti Recovery (TM) for a whole body solution to rehab the gap.
Pre Natal Pilates
Staying active helps to prevent aches and pains of the changing body as the baby in you grows. This Pilates class covers safe and beneficial exercises on the mat and there will be emphasis on breathing techniques to help relax your body in preparation for childbirth. Suitable for all levels of fitness.
We use evidence-based Scolio-Pilates® to help ease out aches & pains and allow your spine to reach longer and taller. We first ease the stiffness and rotations of your spine using scoliosis-specific exercises. Exercises will then be used to move your graceful curves a little closer to centre. Classical Pilates will be slowly introduced to strengthen your new found alignment so that your spine can thrive in its new position.
Our goal is not to fix your spine, but to create balance through movement and awareness.
We are Barefoot Training Specialists®. While we believe in Pilates to align and strengthen our bodies, we dive deeper into the nerves of the foot as the main contact point between the body and the ground is the foot. Our nerves are connected from the foot right up to the brain and back down to direct the way we walk and function. Through this method, we help people with neuropathological conditions, bunions, plantar fasciitis, fallen arches and high performance athletes who want to improve and prevent injuries.
“The skin on the bottom of the foot contains thousands of mechanoreceptors, which are sensitive to different stimuli including texture, vibration, skin stretch, deep pressure, and light touch. When stimulated, these nerves play an important role in how we maintain upright stance, activate our postural muscles, and dynamically control impact forces.” ~ Dr Emily Splichal, Naboso Technology.