Pilates Postures
 

Who can do Pilates?

Anyone and everyone at any age! Having a healthy spine is the key to staying young and vital and is the cornerstone of the Pilates method!

Modern daily life often requires: sitting at desks and computers, driving, leaning over hand held electronic devices, amongst other activities, all of these actions require a forward movement of the spine. A Pilates workout means moving the spine in every possible direction making it the perfect method to counteract the negative effects of required daily activities. Pilates is a remedy to heal the aches and pains created from the physical demands of daily life.

Emily teaches the classical Pilates method in a way that makes it beneficial to everyone and anyone. Pilates can help relieve simple daily aches and pains of the working professional, help pre natal and post-partum women prepare for child birth or re-gain strength after pregnancy. It can be beneficial to people rehabbing from surgeries or injuries and, support athletes in their training.

It is quite simply appropriate for most everyone, again when properly taught.

If you have a specific health concern, are pregnant or are recovering from an injury, surgery, or child birth it is always advisable to work one on one to start.

The art of Contrology proves that the only real guide to your true age lies not in years or how you THINK you feel but ACTUALLY are as infallibly indicated by the degree of natural and normal flexibility enjoyed by your spine throughout life. If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; if it is completely flexible at 60, you are young.