About Pilates 

Pilates has been around for nearly 100 years and continues to rise in popularity more than ever. And there is a good reason for that: it works!

It is a form of exercise that uses specific cues to movement and breathing to build strength and flexibility, specifically around the core.

The movements isolate specific muscle groups to give the body more resilience, aid in the overall alignment of joints, improve posture and create an improved sense of body awareness. You may find yourself walking straighter and sturdier with improved confidence!

6 Benefits of Pilates

  • Improve muscle tone and endurance
  • Improve overall flexibility and functional capacity
  • Improve posture and joint mobility and alignment
  • Help with overall joint alignment and reduce muscle tension
  • Help reduce the recurrence of acute low back pain and help with chronic low back pain
  • Pelvic floor strengthening and endurance training

7 Common Conditions That Can Be Treated With Pilates

  • Pre and Post-natal rehab
  • Acute and chronic low back pain
  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Soft tissue damage including Whiplash
  • Posture correction and awareness
  • Pelvic floor pain and hip pain
  • Post-operative surgery such as hip or knee replacement rehabilitation

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Difference Between Mat vs. Reformer Pilates

There are two ways that it can be practiced and taught. One method is using the Reformer, a special apparatus that opens the possibilities of doing hundreds of exercises against resistance, the second method is floor-based Pilates, performed on a mat.

Each form has its own unique advantages. The mat allows one to gain familiarity with the principles of core bracing, breathing and engagement. The Reformer makes it easier to move through the range of motion against resistance.

Who Can Benefit From IT

Pilates is extremely versatile. Meaning almost anybody can benefit from it, whether you are male or female, young or old, out of shape or athletic.


Our Reformer machine offers our patients the ability to try 1:1 Pilates with Rose, a rare and unique opportunity to have an instructor that can teach you the fundamental principles of core engagement and diaphragmatic breathing in combination with Pilates training.

All for an affordable promotional price of $55/session for 5 sessions! Feel free to give us a call, learn more about our team, or have your first session ready by booking online today!

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