So much more than just crunches!
Pilates is a form of exercise consisting of precise movements with a focus on working from our center, and moving with control. Pilates helps to strengthen our entire body – not just our core.
Pilates also helps us to lengthen out, improve our coordination, balance and power! It’s therapeutic and effective, challenging both the body and mind.
What equipment do I need
for A pilates class?
Because Pilates works the entire body and is a low-impact, mindful type of movement, the benefits are plentiful. Below are just a few examples of what consistently practicing Pilates online under the guidance of a physiotherapist, can help you with.
With A consistent Online pilates practice, you can:
A 3 STEP Process
Whether livestream or on-demand, my Pilates classes are designed for anyone at a beginner or intermediate level. One on one support is available for additional guidance.
Choose from Unlimited, On-Demand or Livestream only.
Browse the on-demand library or book a livestream class. Block off movement time in your schedule and start moving!
Consistency definitely pays off, but the benefits of Pilates can be felt within a few classes.
1 on 1 support is available if you:
Your pilates instructor
Your pilates instructor
Rather than working on 20 minute appointments like myself and the rest of the staff, she worked on 30 minute appointments. As a result, she didn’t see as many patients in one shift. Her schedule looked so much less crammed.
I wanted to be her. I so strongly desired to feel lighter and less stressed.
I was tired of working so quickly with each client, always keeping one eye on the clock and one eye on the waiting room. I kept a running count of how many more clients I had left in my day.
This was no way to offer effective care.
In time, I chose to go about it a different way. I had Pilates on my radar as a modality to train in and bring into my physiotherapy practice. I was practicing it myself and saw how beneficial it was for me.
It was a no-brainer to me. I knew that if I was offering Pilates to my clients, they would have to book longer appointment times.
I wouldn’t feel so rushed.
They would become a more active participant in their care.
I would be able to be more present and connect with each client, rather than always be looking at the clock.
And I would be offering my clients a more long-term focused solution, rather than a quick fix.
GET MOVING TODAY
Movement truly is medicine, for both mind and body. Are you ready to take care of your body and mind through Pilates?