Matwork & Reformer Pilates
Move Clinics specialise in providing high standard of matwork & reformer pilates. Our Pilates focuses on the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine to improve overall core stability and posture. This enables more balanced, controlled and comfortable whole body movement. Whether its rehabilitation or purely a core strengthening program with a focus on fitness, we can assist you in achieving your goals.
At Move Clinics we offer a choice of private sessions (in the clinic or your home) and small group classes. We offer SMALL classes to ensure you get the attention you need, Reformer classes up to 4 people and Matwork classes up to 6 people.
It is a REQUIREMENT to complete a 1-1 INDUCTION before you attend ANY of our classes. This is to determine your ability and plan a program for those with experience and if you are new to pilates it will allow give you the basics you need to get started. A 1-1 session is £50 it is taken by one of physio team and will last for 60min. BOOK ONLINE
Our Reformer Pilates differs in that we have developed a Pilates method to ensure each client receives a programme best suited to their prior exercise, experience and needs. Our model allows tailored Pilates exercise prescription, consistent practice with defined goals, and structured progression based on regular assessment
We offer an online booking system for all our classes, please register online for all new bookings and all modifications (unfortunately we cannot act upon email or phone requests).
BENEFITS OF PILATES
Pilates improves core stability to help manage and prevent low back and neck pain, enhances postural control, body awareness and flexibility, helps to reduce the risk of pain or re-injury and strengthens and tones the muscles. Pilates is also a great way to exercise before and after pregnancy.
Pilates will benefit:
- People with neck or back pain
- Hip, groin, shoulder injuries
- Patients recovering from surgery
- Pre- and Post-natal women
- People with no pain or injury!
NEW TO OUR CLINIC?
During your initial assessment we make sure we get an accurate view of your medical history, what your goals are, and how your body performs in a variety of movement tests. This forms the foundation upon which exercise is prescribed, and gives us valid measures to continually reassess as you do sessions within our clinic. Regardless of whether you are recovering from spinal surgery or trying to build better stability to improve your running, your exercise is tailored, graduated and reassessed to ensure you reach your goals. Everyone’s spine is different, so everyone benefits from a detailed assessment and the prescription of an individualised exercise programme.