Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness
– J.H Pilates
Pilates is a system of exercises designed to increase flexibility, strengthen muscles, and improve core stability, posture and balance. At Sandgate Physical Health Clinic our Pilates classes are designed and instructed by our qualified Physiotherapists. Physiotherapists are experts in how the body moves and functions therefore making our classes safe for people of all ages and fitness levels.
If you are unsure about attending a group class for your condition, our Physiotherapists are available and welcome one on one sessions. These sessions will include a full Physiotherapy assessment and individual programme that is tailored to your specific needs, limitations and condition.
Pilates as Therapy is Ideal For:
- Lower back problems
- Neck pain and headache
- Recovery after surgery
- Strength and toning after childbirth
- Scoliosis and postural conditions
- Sports conditioning and injury prevention
Our Pilates Services Include:
Lifestyle Pilates Classes
Lifestyles classes maintain and improve all-over strength and conditioning.
Clinical Physiotherapy Classes
Clinical classes are tailored, goal orientated Pilates, ideal for recovery or impairment.
Reformer & Trapeze
These Pilates techniques correct muscle patterns and increase muscle flexibility and strength.
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