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Pilates Physiotherapy

Pilates Physiotherapy

Restore your health and overall well-being by Southgate Physio clinic’s pilates services.

This form of exercise came into light in the recent past and is now known world-wide for its potential in the health and fitness industry. It is almost magical the way some floor and equipment exercises can help get rid of back, neck and joint pains.

Chances are that if you are a devotee of pilates treatment, you must have given up all pain killer just after six months or so of your practice. At Southgate Physio North London, UK we encourage those patients who are in the recovery stage to take up pilates reformer classes for speeding up healing.

The pilates therapy that was developed by Joseph Pilates has the power to nurse back to health the worn out and torn tissues and muscles. It is this benefit of pilates physiotherapy that we at Southgate Physio London use to restore the health of our patients.

Southgate Physio is an Ultimate Destination for Pilates Services 

Do you think that your fitness routine needs changes for better results? You can try Pilates services offered by Southgate Physio.

What is Pilates? 

It is a fitness system that controls the movement just like workouts. Consistent practice of Pilates can help you improve your body flexibility, and build strength and endurance in the body.

The Benefits of Pilates

Pilates can benefit your health in several ways, such as:

  • Increases core strength
  • Improves posture
  • Reduces back pain
  • Prevents injuries
  • Boosts energy
  • Enhances body awareness
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves flexibility, mobility, and balance
  • Boosts immunity

Who is Pilates for?

Pilates is suitable for everyone, from the elderly to would-be mothers, or youngsters, irrespective of age. Many people embrace pilates for back pain and weight loss. It is beneficial for sportspersons as well.

How does Pilates Differ from Other Exercises? 

Unlike other exercises, Pilates works for the entire human system including the mind. It focuses on the core of the body to ensure that the rest parts can move flexibly. As an outcome, the body gets stronger from not only outside but also inside. It can help you maintain a perfect balance between flexibility and strength.

Why Choose Southgate Physio for Pilates?

If you are tired of taking painkillers, Southgate Physio can help you. We have come up with pilates for beginners and people who have been practising it for a while. Our trained team also helps the patients who are going through recovery phases. Our Pilates services can speed up their recovery.

At Southgate, pilates for beginner sessions introduces you to the equipment, techniques, and key exercises that help you improve your overall health and body structure.

We arrange tailored pilates for runners and seniors catering to their requirements. Also, we provide 1:1 pilates reform class.

To book your pilates physiotherapy appointment, simply contact us, give our expert therapists a call on 02083686767 or email us on or have a visit to our Southgate Physio clinic in North London, UK.

General Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. What kind of workout is Pilates?
It is a form of exercise that strengthens the body with a focus on core strength. It improves overall fitness and well-being.

2. What is Pilates good for?
Regular practice of Pilates can improve posture, joint mobility, body balance, and muscle health.

3. Is Pilates good for weight loss?
Pilates helps in increasing muscle strength and building lean muscle mass. It revives up the metabolism and burns calories which may lead one to weight loss.

4. How is Pilates different from Yoga?
Yoga improves body flexibility and joints while Pilates improves body flexibility, postures, body balance, and relaxes tensed muscles.

5. What are the basic Pilates exercises?
Core Pilates exercises are breathing, shoulder bridge preparation, leg lifts, toe taps, sidekicks, side leg lifts, roll down, etc.

6. What are the 7 core exercises for a beginner’s Pilates workout?
7 core exercises for the beginners are- Hundreds, modified roll-up, single leg circles, rolling like a ball, single leg core, double leg core, and swimming.

7. Is Pilates right for me?
If you want to strengthen and tone your body and increase its flexibility, Pilates is the right choice for you.

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