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About Pilates
Don't be another statistic, practice Pilates, it's like an insurance policy for your spine!
What is Pilates and what are the benefits of regular practice Pilates is a series of 34 mat based exercises developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900’s. The exercises are performed in a slow and controlled manner, focusing on posture alignment, core stability and lateral thoracic breathing. All of the exercises can be adapted and modified to suit all

Pilates is a very safe and effective form of exercise for any age group, male or female. You do not have to be physically fit, flexible or strong but you do need to have focus and be prepared to commit to attending Pilates classes regularly in order to see great results which can stay with you for a life time.

Pilates is also a safe form of exercise for pre and postnatal women and individuals suffering from Scoliosis, arthritis, MS, and Osteoporosis

Pilates is recommended by many health professionals including Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists as it is an excellent safe form of exercise which can help in the following areas:
  • Increase core strength
  • Improves Mobility and flexibility of the spine
  • Delivers muscle tone and flexibility
  • Improves posture
  • Helps to heal long and short term injuries
  • Increases pelvic stability
  • Fosters the health of joints through improved mobility and support from the surrounding musculature
  • Excellent for improving balance and co-ordination which assists in fall prevention
  • Can provide relief for non-specific back pain
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Pilates, Personal training and Specialist Classes throughout Somerset by Claire Hall - 07771 870 033