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8 week series in progress: July 13 – August 31, 2021
Using both classical and more modern Pilates exercises, this class will work to improve posture, flexibility, and proper body alignment.
4 week series: August 3 – August 24, 2021
A progression from Gentle Pilates, this class will challenge the whole body with an emphasis on core strength, stability, and postural alignment.
8-week series in progress: July 12 – August 30, 2021
Work on proper breathing, alignment, and muscle recruitment specific to the deep core and pelvic floor muscles stretched during pregnancy and labor.
This class is a blend of basic Pilates and yoga principles to improve posture, restore core and back strength, and feel stronger.
Pilates has become popular in recent years as a holistic exercise. Pilates can be utilized as an all-inclusive physical activity for active and healthy aging. Pilates incorporates dynamic movements requiring balance, stability, and mobility together. As a form of exercise, Pilates has been demonstrated to have direct benefits on both physical and mental health through improvement of posture, flexibility, muscle tone, cardiovascular function, weight management, and stress reduction.
There are six principles of Pilates that include:
These benefits are observed not only in the healthy population but also in those with specific disorders, such as
Pilates exercises include a mind–body component and focuses on
It promotes an expanded range of motion, balanced muscle development, and improved balance with functional movements. Other health-related physical fitness dimensions include:
In research, Pilates has demonstrated benefits for mental health, resulting in changes in participants’ exercise beliefs as well as physical and psychosocial parameters.
Pilates exercises are based on movement control, which can lead to changes in the nervous system through alterations of synaptic connections and cortical remapping. Physical changes have been shown to improve:
We find that Pilates can be a phenomenal exercise routine independently and has been shown through medical research to help improve quality of life, strength and balance. At PhysioFit of North Carolina, we utilize Pilates as a basis for functional movement control and through our Gentle Pilates approach, it is a great way to introduce you to safe and effective movements.
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