Updated: Jan 29
We run physiotherapy led Pilates classes in the Hillsborough, Lisburn and Dromore areas, every day of the week Monday to Friday. We have Pilates classes for intermediate, beginner and mixed ability, suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Our Pilates instructors are highly experienced Chartered Physiotherapists, so you can be really sure that you will be in great hands.
Pilates is really great for:
Central Core Stability
Before And After Pregnancy
We are delighted to give our clients the best Pilates experience and here are a few reviews from our classes ...
‘I find the classes really beneficial in maintaining flexibility and building muscle strength’ - Gerry
‘As someone who has never attended a Pilates class before, and didn’t quite know what to expect, I now love it and look forward to Kerry's class each week’ - Edel
My Pilates makes me feel so good. I have trouble with my knees and have osteoporosis and from starting Pilates a year ago it has definitely helped me and I feel a lot less pain in my knees and joints. Andrea our tutor being a trained Physiotherapist which gives me confidence and assurance in the exercises we do’ - Doreen
What Is Pilates?
Pilates is a body conditioning exercise program that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall central core stability and posture.
The mind and body are brought together to achieve these aims through 8 principles.
With regular practice, Pilates positively changes the body.
How Did Pilates Start?
Pilates was developed by a gymnast, Joseph Pilates, as an exercise program for injured dancers and soldiers, who believed mental and physical health were closely connected.
What Is The Difference Between Yoga And Pilates?
Both Yoga and Pilates have many similarities and benefits in that they both connect the mind and body and help to improve flexibility, strength, control and endurance.
Yoga comes in various different forms and has a more spiritual basis combining meditation with movement. Pilates has a greater focus on improving core strength, pelvic and scapular stability and correcting muscle imbalances in the body.
Pilates has greater benefit in the rehabilitation of injury and can be modified by an instructor who is knowledgeable about the body. Physiotherapists who teach pilates are sure to have an in depth knowledge on how the body should move correctly thus helping to manage and prevent pain and injury.
Why Have A Professional Pilates Instructor?
Having a professional Pilates instructor ensures you learn to do the Pilates moves properly to avoid getting injured, and means you will get much more out of it. The pilates instructor can help correct your movements when necessary, often we just don't realise what we can improve on specifically, or maybe we know what we need to improve but just don't know how.
A great instructor will ensure you receive all the training and support you need to get the most out of your Pilates.
Please give us a call or email if you want to ask something about the classes or book a class, on 07719176265 or email@example.com.
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