We often get asked what the difference between regular/fitness Pilates classes and our Clinical Pilates consultations. And it’s no wonder, the word “Pilates” has become used in so many different ways, all with a varying degree of quality and helpfulness. So why do we recommend Clinical Pilates to our clients rather than just sending them to a traditional Pilates class to get fit and relieve pain? Clinical Pilates is specific to you.
- Usually, the instructors are Personal Trainers who are also Pilates trained
- No individual physical assessment
- Great for increasing overall core strength, fitness and flexibility
- Generally, everyone in the class does the same exercises
- Limited tailoring of programs and not specific to your body’s preferred movement patterns
- Large number of people in the class
-Physiotherapist instructor who is also Clinical Pilates trained.
-Individual Program based on Physiotherapy Principles
-Initial consultation to assess injury history, your body’s preferred movement pattern, and your goals
-Physiotherapy treatment can be incorporated into the program
-Specific changes can be made to your Clinical Pilates program if an injury flares up based on Physiotherapy knowledge
-Ideal for rehabilitating after injury, surgery or pregnancy and reducing pain by correcting poor mechanics that underlie injury causes
-Reformer-based equipment which allows for greater control and quality of movement
-Sessions are one-on-one, made just for you
As Physiotherapist’s, we have an in-depth knowledge of injury, healing and movement patterns. We ensure your Clinical Pilates exercises will be the most effective for you.
Our Clinical Pilates programs provide faster and long-term results. Your program is specific to you, with individual exercises for what your body needs.
You will always be the only person that your instructor is seeing during your session. You will always have a one-on-one session designed specifically for you and your needs.
If you’re not quite sold on Clinical Pilates yet, go ahead and check out the Clinical Pilates page on our website, where you can also download a FREE Ebook with six Clinical Pilates exercises you can try at home before making any commitment. But if you’re ready to learn more about cost and availability, please fill out this short form and we will be in contact with you regarding your goals. And as always, feel free to give us a call (561) 366-2435. We are happy to help answer any questions you might have