Practicing Pilates during the Menopause can greatly improve symptoms and help the body and mind to work in harmony.
Pilates can correct muscle imbalances around the neck and shoulders helping to reduce pain and discomfort.
More and more people are being advised by their G.P’s, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and other health professionals to try Pilates as a way of relieving the symptoms of sciatica.
Pilates is well known for being one of the most effective ways to build and maintain a strong core.
Yes…Pilates is great for your bones! It can help manage and prevent bone and joint problems including Osteoporosis and Osteopenia.
The Pilates Reformer is well known for making fast and dramatic changes to the body!
Pilates is a great way to improve your balance. It is well known for working your core and small stability muscles. The ones that help you to balance.
Pilates gives runners a low impact full body workout and is a great way to help with injury prevention.
Do you find that you are concentrating so hard on getting your Pilates movements correct that you forget to breathe?! Perhaps you are unsure when to breathe in and out during movements?
With the current lockdown restrictions in place and venues and studios closed it does make it harder for many of us to stay motivated. There are many online options to practice Pilates at home, but how effective are they?
Of course, and so much more! Pilates helps us to develop good posture habits and build strength and endurance in our deep postural muscles.
Pilates is a great way to improve our posture, alleviate muscle and joint discomfort and get rid of aching backs.
Pilates is just as beneficial for men as well as women and was in fact created by a man!
When does our movement become Mindful? Hopefully, most of the time in our Pilates classes!
Either way, it is good for you! An effective way to decrease every day aches and pains and improve flexibility.
The answer is VERY IMPORTANT! Especially if you want to stay supple and active.