What can Pilates exercises do for you?

“I must be right. Never an aspirin. Never injured a day in my life.
The whole country, the whole world, should be doing my exercises.
They’d be happier.” — Joseph Hubertus Pilates in 1965, age 86.

Runner or golfer, kayaker or new mom, chances are you’ve heard someone talking about the benefits of Pilates. Many types of people, at many levels of fitness,  who have begun doing Pilates exercises say they’ve seen improvements in range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, and abdominal strength — and decreases in back, neck and joint pain.

Pilates is a fun way to learn how to move with efficient strength and grace for all ages and bodies.

Pilates for Everybody

Clinical Pilates is a specialized adaptation of traditional Pilates blended with a safe flexibility program designed just for you. Clinical Pilates is an evidence-based technique which can improve balance, increase core muscle and spinal stability, enhance performance, and assist with recovery from injury and rehabilitation. A clinical pilates session approach is to look at your imbalances and improve and correct the imbalances by selecting the exercise/stretches that will overall improve your body and mind.

Clinical Pilates uses floor-based exercise programs together with spring-loaded reformer apparatus to allow you to develop superior muscle control, improved balance and mobility, and better posture. The end result is improved functionality and efficiency, and reduced pain.

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