Low impact Pilates

The low impact nature of Pilates means its ideal for injury prevention and rehabilitation. It’s perfect for those suffering from back, neck and muscular problems – as well as other major conditions like hypermobility and fibromyalgia.

Pilates And Back Pain

Recent studies have proven that people suffering from lower back issues have shown significant improvement in pain relief and movement after taking up Pilates. The exercises strengthen core support for the back, teach good alignment, and provide gentle stretches for tight muscles.

Back problems

Pilates And Sciatica

Pilates was developed to work the body through systematic movements to strengthen and improve its function. It’s this that sets it apart from other activities. Pilates poses help strengthen the muscles that support the spine which can ease sciatic nerve pain and prevent future issues.


Pilates and Joints

The low-impact nature of Pilates means it’s easy on the joints and a great option for people with knee issues or arthritis. It builds deep core strength relieving pressure on joints and muscles in basic movements, like walking, and other exercises.