Clinical Pilates is often prescribed for injuries and conditions of pain. Its outcome is to free the body of pain by increasing joint range of motion and releasing tissue strain. This is done through a series of Pilates mat work and equipment based exercises, Clinical Pilates can help reduce aches and pains enhance mobility, prevent injury, improve performance & free the body of pain. Functional movement equals ease of movement.
Benefits of a Rehabilitation Programme:
- Reduce low back & neck pain
- Increase mobility & flexibility
- Reduce symptoms of Chronic fatigue
- Increase performance levels
- Prevent osteoporosis
- Enhance quality of life
Tara is a senior tutor on the Pilates Diploma course at the National Training Canter Ireland. As well as being a Physical Therapist, she has thousands of hours teaching and practicing ease of movement techniques with a wide variety of clients. She has a special interest in whip lash, knee & shoulder injuries using an evidence-based Pilates and neuromuscular approach. See Tara’s full bio for further information.
Rehabilitation at Reform Pilates comes in many forms:
- One to one sessions
- Exercise and corrective movement programmes
- Pilates & reformer programmes.
- Osteoporosis & prevention programmes
- Studio sessions
Tip to release strain across back and shoulders:
Instead of rolling your shoulders back, bring your head back and slide your shoulder blades down your back. Gentle draw you tummy in to help stabilize your spine.