Pilates is a method of exercise adaptable to many fitness levels and needs and it can be applied to almost any activity that we engage in on a daily basis. It provides a better understanding of the way that we should hold our bodies, releasing stress on the body’s tissues and joints, improving postural alignment.

Pilates improves flexibility, coordination, core strength, stretches and balances the body.

Increases mobility and flexibility of the spine and the body encouraging a healthier and stronger back.

Increases lung capacity and circulation through deep and healthy breathing.

Maintains and improves bone density and joint health.

Pilates provides a safe and beneficial type of exercise for people with a wide range of medical conditions, including disc related injuries, scoliosis, osteoporosis, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction and lower back pain.

Helps prevent injuries and facilitates recovery from an injury.

Offers a safe and excellent form of exercise for pre and post natal women.

Offers a supportive and safe form of exercise for breast cancer suffers during the post surgery recovery period.

Enhances your sport or workout and compliments training for athletes and dancers.

Provides a sense of calm and well-being and improves quality of life.