Pilates hits your core (or, in Pilates speak, your “powerhouse”) unlike any other workout.
People with chronic lower back pain who practiced Pilates for just four weeks experienced more relief than those who visited a physician and other specialists, says a Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy study
Pilates’ urges you to focus on 1) your breath, 2) your body, and 3) how they move together.
With a stronger core, you will be able to workout harder, run faster, your yoga will improve, and overall, the rest of your workouts. You will see the difference in one month of training..
We recommend doing at least once a week. You can use these Pilates sessions as a post-workout, post-run or cool down or just simply take the session as a stand alone workout for the cross-training benefits.
The best things about Pilates is it is truly for everyone at any level. Pilates will set your body up for success in whatever you do. Whether you’re training with weights, running, spinning or even recovering from an injury, you’ll do it better, stronger, more efficiently with pilates.