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Frequently asked questions
What are the benefits of Pilates?
- Improved posture
Better core strength (resulting in a healthier spine)
Increased muscle tone
Greater body awareness
Injury prevention and rehabilitation
A feeling of being taller and longer
A sense of calm
Who can benefit from Pilates?
Everyone can benefit from Pilates. From professional dancers and athletes to first time marathon runners or amateur golfers as well as the middle aged, elderly, and teens. Pilates is particularly beneficial for those who may be recovering from injury as it is a gentle, low impact form of exercise that can focus on strengthening specific, weaker muscles to gain a more balanced body.
What should I wear?
Any comfortable stretchy clothing such as gym wear or joggers and a T-shirt. You can choose to do it in your bare feet or socks but no shoes are required.
What’s the difference between Pilates and yoga?
Yoga promotes flexibility and relaxation whilst Pilates focuses on strengthening the core in order for the rest of the body to move freely. There are however many similarities between Pilates and yoga as Joseph Pilates consciously drew on both Eastern and Western traditions when first developing his method and both complement each other well.
Can I do Pilates if I am pregnant?
Yes as long as you have checked with your doctor that it is ok to exercise during YOUR pregnancy, then Pilates is a brilliant form of exercise for pregnant women. It is a low-impact form of exercise that focuses on strengthening the stomach, pelvic floor and back muscles, all of which need to be strong to help support your changing body and prepare you for birth and beyond!