You will get the focus of one of our Osteopaths. They will advise on exercises particular for the individual and make sure that you are triggering the correct muscles so that you can perfect your Pilates technique and have a fast rehabilitation.

Pilates focussed on the individual’s musculoskeletal system, taking into account any special needs of the client to bring balance to the body.

• Improved posture: One-to-one Pilates sessions can help correct postural imbalances and promote proper alignment of the musculoskeletal system. This can lead to better posture both during exercise and in everyday life.

• Increased flexibility: Pilates exercises focus on stretching and lengthening muscles, which can improve flexibility and range of motion in the joints. This can help prevent injuries and improve overall movement.

• Enhanced core strength: Pilates is known for its emphasis on core strength, which includes the muscles of the abdomen, back, and pelvis. One-to-one sessions can target these muscles specifically, leading to improved stability, balance, and overall strength.

• Improved muscle tone: Regular one-to-one Pilates sessions can help tone and sculpt the muscles of the body, including the arms, legs, and buttocks. This can lead to a more defined and lean appearance.

• Increased joint stability: Pilates exercises often involve controlled movements that target specific muscles around the joints. This can help improve joint stability and reduce the risk of injuries, particularly in areas such as the knees, hips, and shoulders.

• Better body awareness: One-to-one Pilates sessions provide individualized attentionand feedback from the instructor, allowing for a greater focus on body awareness. This can help individuals develop a better understanding of their own movement patterns and make necessary adjustments to improve overall function.

• Reduced pain and discomfort: Pilates exercises can help alleviate musculoskeletal pain and discomfort by strengthening weak muscles, improving flexibility, and promoting better alignment. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals with conditions such as back pain, arthritis, or joint injuries.

• Improved balance and coordination: Pilates exercises often involve challenging movements that require balance and coordination. Regular one-to-one sessions can help improve these skills, leading to better overall stability and coordination in daily activities.

• Increased bone density: Weight-bearing exercises, such as Pilates, can help increase bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. This is particularly important for individuals at risk of developing osteoporosis, such as postmenopausal women.

• Stress relief: Pilates sessions often incorporate breathing techniques and mindfulness, which can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. This can have a positive impact on the musculoskeletal system by reducing tension and promoting overall well-being.

Single – 60min £75
Package x5 – £337.5