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  • What is Pilates?
    Pilates (formerly called Contrology) is a full body conditioning system developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century. This type of exercise promotes the connection between mind, body, and spirit. Pilates emphasis on core work, look "simple" but challenging to be done correctly with good form as it emphasis smaller and deeper stabilizing muscles of the body as much as your prime movers. ​
  • "What makes Pilates different to other exercise?
    There are “five essentials” when performing Pilates exercise – breathing, cervical alignment, rib and scapular stabilization, pelvic mobility and utilizing the transverses abdominis
  • "Who is Pilates good for?"
    Pilates is for everybody, regardless of gender, age, race, size, ability, or current fitness level.
  • "Is there any scientific basis for the effectiveness of Pilates? "
    Recent studies and clinical trials since 2005 provide evidence that the Pilates exercise system can benefit a wide range of practitioners who are seeking reduced low back pain, improved posture, and increased functional movement. Pilates was shown to be efficacious in decreased pain, and improved general health, flexibility, and proprioception.
  • "How Pilates builds flexibility?"
    Pilates Method will lengthen, strengthen muscles and activating them in their stretched state. It would help sculpting a leaner body shape!
  • "How long does It take to see fitness progress?"
    In 10 sessions you will feel the difference, in 20 you will see the difference, and in 30 you’ll have a whole new body.
  • "Pilates For Beginners: How To Get Started?"
    We would hoghly recommend new clients to book at least one introduction Appointment 1-on-1 session (preferable 5 sessions if possible) The class would helps on understanding Pilates principles and basic technique. While we will assess your movement and possible restrictions, and address your goals for your Pilates practice. Pilates is more than exercise, but rather a movement modality enriched by a set of principles. We encourage you to see your first Appointment as a learning experience and a foundation to build on going forward with your practice.
  • "Is Pilates a good exercise for weight loss?"
    Pilates is a popular low-impact exercise. It’s effective for toning up, building lean muscle, and improving posture. Unlike many high intensity workouts, Pilates does not burn a significant amount of calories, but studies have found that it can reduce body weight. If your goal is weight loss, try combining Pilates with a healthy diet and cardio exercise. Alternate Pilates with strength training and other forms of cardio exercise such as walking, swimming, r unning, or cycling.
  • What is the key differences and Benefits between Pilates and Yoga?
    Both Pilates and yoga involve mindful movements that support body weight and work various muscles, with various results including improved strength and flexibility. Pilates is a relatively new physical fitness system that Joseph Pilates developed during World War I; Yoga began in India over 3,000 years ago. Pilates is primarily a core-focused practice, balances the body’s muscles, so they are neither too loose nor too tight. Pilates exercises are common to adopted in rehabilitation for treating chronic pain with impaired movement and performance; Yoga emphaizes on mind-body connection through breathing techniques, meditation, and movement.
  • Which is the best Pilates equipment?
    You can knock out Pilates workout with simply a Pilates mat, but proper equipment can help you reach the next level. Equipment Pilates is more specific. Reformer Pilates is one of the most popular types of Pilates exercise regimens as it offers most exercise variety. Trapeze Table/Cadillac places the body into a variety of suspended positions. Wunda Chair features a raised seat with a spring-loaded platform below it that you can challenging push down exercise. Others Pilates equipment including Arch Barrel/Spine Corretor, Arm Chair, Ladder Barrel, etc. These machines help you activate certain muscle groups and increase strength by adding load.
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