Pilates is a series of exercises focussing on coordination and movement. It is a great way of improving core stability and strength, building muscle strength and addressing muscular imbalances.
What is Clinical Pilates?
Pilates is a series of exercises focussing on coordination and movement. It is a great way of improving core stability and strength, building muscle strength and addressing muscular imbalances. You can also benefit from improvements in posture, balance, flexibility and mobility. Research has shown pilates to be an effective method of managing chronic lower back pain but it is also used across a wide range of client groups including elite and recreational athletes.
This low impact form of exercise can be used to aid recovery from various injuries, especially low back pain. It can also be used as part of a fitness programme for athletes and dancers or can be used as a way of maintaining a healthy, functioning body. If you’re injured and currently doing rehabilitation or looking to maintain or improve general fitness levels we can tailor a program to suit you.
The Prime Practice can offer a comprehensive pitch side first aid service to schools and clubs.
- Lengthening short muscles and strengthening weak ones
- Improving the quality of movement
- Focusing on core postural muscles to stabilise the body
- Working to place the breath correctly
- Controlling even the smallest movements
- Understanding and improving good body mechanics
- Mental relaxation
Who is it for?
Matwork classes from beginner through to advanced level
Clinical Pilates (1:1 or small group by appointment)
What to expect:
Our pilates program aims to deliver expert advice and instruction by a fully qualified chartered physiotherapist and graduate sports therapists. This enables your instructor to specifically tailor exercise and routines to work on your areas of weakness and is a great way for people to improve their health and activity levels. An individual, one hour session with your instructor is required prior to attending any of our Pilates sessions. This will enable you to receive a full assessment and to learn the basics of The Pilates technique. Following your assessment you will be advised as to which class level or format (group or 1:1) will provide you with the most benefit.
New Clinical Pilates Timetable 2020/21
Term 1: September 07, 14, 21, 28 October 5, 12, 19 (7)
Term 2: November 02, 09, 16, 23, 30 December 07, 14 (7)
Term 3: January 04, 11, 18, 25 February 01, 08 (6)
Term 4: February 22, March 01, 08, 15, 22, 29 (6)
Term 5: April 19, 26 May 03, 10, 17, 24 (6)
Term 6: June 07, 14, 21, 28 July 05, 12, 19 (7)
Pre-Post Natal Pilates
This fantastic new class is a great way for mums to be or new mums to connect together.
The Class is focused on enabling you to continue to move safely during pregnancy, whilst gently building strength around your pelvic floor and other supporting postural muscles.
Mums to be and new mums will be required to have an inital 45 minute assesment before joining any class.
Pre Natal Class is suitable for women 12+ weeks.
Post Natal Class is suitbale for women after they have had their 6/8 week ante natal check up.
Key Benefits to Pre-Post Natal Pilates:
- Reduce back and general body pain
- Strengthen supporting postural muscles
- Boost energy and stamina
- Maintain body alignment and pelvic placement
- Improve posture & balance
- Reduce stress
- Increase awareness of breath
- Alleviate tension
Contact The Prime Practice
If you would like to book an appointment or make an enquiry about any of our services then please call or email us, we will be delighted to help you.