“If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; and if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young”

Joseph Pilates never believed that age related to a number. He advocated that the prime of life should be in our 70’s and old age should only be considered at 100.

Growing older does not have to mean giving up on an active lifestyle. Whether it’s continuing to play tennis or golf or simply playing with grandchildren, you do not have to relinquish any joys in life.

Pilates will strengthen your postural muscles and improve your balance. Pilates will also foster the harmonious relationship between strength and flexibility of your muscles and stability and mobility of your joints. Finally, the mind-body connection innate to Pilates will aid in fine motor skills, co-ordination and mental clarity.

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