Make the most of our facilities, which include a state-of-the-art Pilates Studio with the finest equipment. Our Studio provides Mat classes, as well as classes using a number of different pieces of apparatus, including the Reformer, Cadillac, Tower, Chair.
Given that excellent knowledge of biomechanics and pathology is a prerequisite, our clinical exercise classes are instructed by qualified physiotherapists and trainers of the internationally recognized BASI method. While exercising, the appropriate guidance by a health specialist who is aware of the person's problem and how to treat it is vital. Our sessions are tailored to suit the needs of each individual. The therapy version of Pilates is a way to exercise and deal with problems such as musculoskeletal disorders which are frequently related to deep core muscle weakness and lack of symmetry in movements. A collaborative relationship between patient and therapist is a prerequisite to effective therapy. Thus, the classes are conducted in small groups of up to 4 persons, ensuring that you will always have the full attention of your instructor. Alternatively, one-to-one classes tailored to focus on specific conditions can be arranged.
Benefits of Clinical Pilates
• Promotes skeletal alignment
• Teaches diaphragmatic breathing
• Provides proper exercise guidelines
• Avoid injuries and achieves spine stabilization
• Promotes balance and symmetry in movements
Who will benefit from Clinical Pilates
Everyone can benefit from a Pilates session. Clinical Pilates can enhance musculoskeletal function for people who suffer of no condition, strengthen and stabilize the patient after a treatment in order to maintain the effect and complete the rehabilitation. This method of training is often advocated for many injuries and types of pain, along with cases such as:
• Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
• Shoulder Instability
• Sport injuries
• Osteoporosis• Postoperative rehabilitation
• Hip osteoarthritis
• Preventing Elderly Falls