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PILATES

Q: What are the biggest benefits to Pilates lessons?

A:  Pilates exercises your ‘mind-to-body connection’ and create sleek toned muscles, a flat abdomen and strong back.

Q: How many people in a Pilates lesson?

A: Pilates can be one-on-one or in a group environment.

Q: Where are Pilates lessons conducted?

A:  Pilates lessons can either be in your own home or in a Pilates studio.

Q: Are there additional benefits to Pilates?

A:  Yes, Pilates can help you relieve chronic pain, address postural problems and alleviate stress.

 

A strong core is vital to your practice and good posture. A controlled sequence of core movement is practiced in a heated room of up to 35°C and 40% humidity to stimulate endurance.

Exercise your ‘mind-to-body connection’ and create sleek toned muscles, a flat abdomen and strong back.

The goal of Pilates is overall body fitness, elongated supple muscles and balance between body and mind. Concentration is on core strength, flexibility and co-ordination to create a better balanced body.

The 6 basic principles on which Pilates is built is breathing, centering, control, concentration, fluidity and precision.

Should I become a Pilates instructor?

If you are interested in longevity of the body, intelligent exercise that syncs the mind and body harmoniously, improves concentration and body alignment, then Pilates will allow you endless opportunity to explore these working principles.

Adjusting to the specific needs and goals of your clients, use of basic and precision equipment will allow you to make considerable improvements in the lives of your clients. Armed with your outgoing, adaptable personality and consistent focus on posture, alignment and form, instructing in the Pilates method will make work seem like play.

Practicing Pilates offers many benefits and these are not limited to physical fitness. Regular classes can also help you relieve chronic pain, address postural problems and alleviate stress. You can read more about how Pilates benefits your body and mind on our Pilates page. For an even more detailed explanation of the benefits, have a look at our article: 6 reasons why you should be doing Pilates.

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