Many types of people, at many levels of fitness, runners or golfers, tennis players or new moms who have begun doing Pilates exercises say they've seen improvements in range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, and abdominal and overall body strength. What's not commonly known is that the effectiveness of Pilates stretches far beyond getting people stronger, improve posture and cure back pain. Its correct application has shown significant improvements in bone health (Osteoporosis), hormone balance, mood swings, depression (Menopause), pelvic floor strengthening (Incontinence), and a decreased chance of lymphedemia and an increased range of motion and strength in the scapular and upper back muscles (Breast Cancer).
Our staff is trained to modify Pilates exercises to help women overcome these common sympthoms:
Reduce or eliminate stress urinary incontinence by restoring and increasing pelvic floor muscle strength and endurance, restoring low back, pelvis and hip joint mobility, correcting the alignment within and between the lumbar spine, pelvis and thigh.
Pilates offers women who are battling breast cancer or have recently completed treatment a general increase in overall fitness and wellness with a decreased chance of lymphedemia and an increased range of motion and strength in the scapular and upper back muscles resulting in a balanced compensation patterns.
Pilate offer relief for a changing body, a befuddled mind and mood swings and provides the mean to avoid middle age spread by focusing on muscle toning, deep abdominal breathing, and mind calming exercises.
Pelvic Floor and SI Joint
Improve strength, control, and flexibility of your back and abdominal muscles, as well as muscles of the trunk, buttocks, and thighs through therapeutic exercise and manual therapy.