Prenatal Pilates

Pregnancy is a wonderful and exciting journey. A time to appreciate the sacredness of life and the body’s ability to nurture and carry a child. It also provides you with 9 months to prepare yourself physically, mentally and emotionally for bringing a new little person...

Postnatal Pilates

Recovery time after giving birth can vary and it is advised to wait for consent from your medical practitioner before recommencing your training. Strengthening your core and postural muscles helps to prevent incontinence, diastases recti and back pain. It also aids in...

Pilates for Elderly

“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...

Pilates for Children

Pilates is of great benefit to children. Not only does it increase a child’s flexibility and strength, it is also indispensible for children with low muscle tone. Pilates for Children means your child develops correct movement patterns and posture from an early age....

National Physiotherapy BackWeek

Press Release: Date: 29 Aug 2012 Every move you make… How you move and how you sit, how you stand and how you walk can affect you. Headaches, neck aches, stiff shoulders, aching hips, that pain in your lower back, could all be triggered by your posture. Posture is the...