Why Choose a Physio-Led Pilates Class?

February 16, 2015

At Physiofusion, we offer a wide range of classes to suits all levels of ability, and we strive to provide the best classes possible. Our pilates classes are taught by our Chartered Physiotherapists who have extensive experience in teaching pilates which complements their formal certification.

 

Why choose a Physio-led Pilates class?
 

By attending a pilates class with a physiotherapist, you can be assured that the exercises will be performed safely and effectively, and that they will be adapted and targeted to your rehab or training goals.

Through the use of our knowledge and expertise in human anatomy and biomechanics, along with our vast experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of neck and back pain, we ensure that you will gain maximum benefit from your exercise class.

Our experience with injury management enables us to adapt the exercises according to any aches, pains or injuries you may be carrying. Each pilates exercise can be modified according to the ability of the individual, so that your workout is designed to be challenging and stimulating, in the safe environment of a physiotherapist's supervision.

 

Precision is important in pilates and small corrections are often required to ensure you are using the correct muscles. We keep our numbers small so that we can offer hands-on correction and individual attention to all participants.

This means that our classes can be enjoyed by almost everyone, and are suitable for those with postural, spinal or musculoskeletal conditions. We also offer specialised pregnancy and postnatal classes- for further information on these, follow this link .

 

So whether you have a particular rehabilitation goal for an injury that you would like to address, or you would like to do pilates for general fitness, you can be assured you are in the best hands with our instructors.

 

Follow this link to view our current timetable and please contact us if you have any questions regarding our pilates classes.

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