Pilates: Focuses on the core muscles of
your abdomen and lower back to provide a strong, flexible foundation for everything you do from sitting at a desk to running a marathon. Traditional training and body development produce
short, bulky muscles, the type of musculature most prone to injury. By elongating the spine, Pilates increases muscle elasticity and joint flexibility.
Because it balances strength and flexibility, Pilates is a favorite form of exercise for dancers, actors, and athletes. Pilates will help you develop the long smooth muscles that make dancers look so elegant. By training the core, Pilates conditions efficient movement making the body less prone to injury.
Rehabilitation:Pilates addresses the patient's needs in all phases of rehab, from acute to advanced functional reeducation. Pilates can also be used for sport's specific rehabilitation.