Pilates Treatment

Pilates Treatment

One to One pilates classes

One to one Pilates classes introduce the individual to this very specific exercise technique. Every aspect of this training is focused entirely on the individual and their needs. Constant feedback both verbal and tactile cues from the chartered Physiotherapist allows the individual to focus on all the crucial points relevant to the individual. All of this information and feedback enables greater understanding of the various techniques.

Who are One to One pilates classes Suitable For?

One to one Pilates are suitable for everyone. From people suffering with injuries to individuals with reoccurring back pain, post-natal, and to the sporting athlete. Both young and old benefit from pilates. The benefit of one to one session with a Pilates trained Chartered physiotherapist is that every exercise can be adapted to suit every individual.

The Benefits of a One to One Pilates Session

Pilates is beneficial for general fitness, specific health conditions and mostly overall well-being. Some of the benefits are listed and include:

  • Improves posture
  • Improves mobility and flexibility
    Develops body awareness
  • Alleviates aches and pains
  • Facilitates injury prevention
  • Promotes a stronger, efficient and supportive core
  • Helps maintain bone density
  • Builds muscle tone and improves flexibility
  • Integrates mind, body and spirit
  • Improves balance and coordination
  • Relieves stress and tension and promotes a feeling of well-being
  • Safe and beneficial form of exercise

What to Expect in a Beginner Pilates class

The objective of a one to one Pilates class are to:

  • Introduce the basic Pilates principles
  • Teach basic neutral spine alignment
  • Teach core muscle activation
  • Teach correct breathing techniques

Contact Us

If you would like more information in booking a class, please call 087 1218133 or email: maria@physiowaterford.ie.

Maria Walsh Chartered Physiotherapy Clinic

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