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Clinical Pilates taster Class
Posted by: PID 28 March, 2018 13:28

Clinical Pilates Taster Class

Not sure if Clinical Pilates is for you? This taster class to will introduce the fundamentals of Pilates exercises in a friendly and safe environment. Suitable for everyone and especially for people with non-acute back problems or joint stiffness. This class is also a good option for people returning after a long break or looking to explore Pilates as a method of rehabilitation, injury prevention or seeking ways to be more comfortable in their daily activities. An osteopath with extensive rehabilitation experience leads this class.

Thursday, April 26, 2018
8.30pm - 9.30pm
£12.00 (usually £16.00)
St Barnabas Church, Calton Avenue SE21 7DG

Booking essential, no drop-ins.
Please email for booking information.

No previous Pilates experience required
Classes are small to ensure personal attention.
Mats and all equipment supplied.

Health notice:
This course is not suitable for people in acute pain
You must be able to get on and off a mat on the floor unaided to attend.


Clinical Pilates explained:
What is the difference between Clinical Pilates and a regular Pilates class?

Clinical Pilates takes the principles of the original method with our current understanding and skill around movement and neuroscience, injury management and rehabilitation, and uses targeted, specific Pilates-based exercises, designed and instructed by a health professional qualified to diagnose, treat and manage musculoskeletal problems.

Clinical Pilates can only be safely offered by health professionals
Clinical Pilates adds the element of clinical knowledge to all the Pilates exercises. 
Clinical Pilates can be easily adjusted, modified to individual needs, based on clinical assessment or diagnosis.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28/03/2018 13:38 by PID.



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