Pilates is a form of exercise, developed in the 1920’s by Joseph Pilates, which concentrates on the balance of strength, mobility and flexibility throughout the entire body.  It emphasises spinal and pelvic alignment, breathing and developing core strength thus improving general posture, coordination, body awareness and balance.

Every Body Physiotherapy Pilates classes teach a range of different exercises catering to the specific needs of the class participants. Intensity of the exercises can be increased over time as the body adapts and strengthens. Every Body Physiotherapy Pilates is based on the Stott Pilates Principles and all classes are run by a Chartered Physiotherapist.

  • Clinical Back Care/ Beginner Level One Classs

Research has shown that practising regular Pilates can improve back pain. This class is ideal for those who are recovering from an injury, have an old injury or who would like to try Pilates for the first time!

  • Intermediate/ Level 2 Class

This class is suitable for those who have done regular Pilates either with Every Body Physiotherapy or somewhere else

  • Post Natal Pilates

Keeping fit and active during pregnancy is of huge benefit to both mum-to-be and her growing baby. This class involves gentle strengthening exercises including pelvic floor strengthening and also concentrates on pelvic and hip flexibility. Mums-to-be can attend this class from 13weeks gestation. Pilates can also help prevent lower back or pelvic pain during the pregnancy. As our classes are run by a Chartered Physiotherapist it is fine to attend even if you are perhaps beginning to suffer with any aches or pains.

  • Mum and Baby Pilates

This class is an ideal way to re-introduce new, busy mums to exercise. It is an opportunity to improve postural dysfunction as a result of birthing, carrying or feeding baby! Babies are most welcome and this class will incorporate some exercises for their development too. All new mums can attend from six weeks after birth.

  • Sports Pilates

Pilates can help prevent sports injuries. It is an ideal way to maintain flexibility  and core strength which can only enhance sporting performance! Pilates is a great class to combine with regular training whether it be running, cycling or rowing.

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