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One of the great things about Pilates is that it is highly adaptable. Even if you have very specific needs.

For example, Pilates can be extremely helpful if you are​​:​

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  • Pre- or post-natal. Pilates will help you stay fit and healthy during your pregnancy and help you reconnect with your core and pelvic floor muscles after delivery.

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    • Recovering from an injury or surgery. Pilates is holistic and focuses on breathing and activating target muscles. It can help promote the healing process.​


    • Experiencing chronic pain or specific pathologies. The targeted approach of each lesson and the specific muscle contractions will reduce your pain and help with long-term strengthening.

    • An athlete trying to enhance performance. Pilates offers different strategies to increase mobility, endurance, and stability and improves movement pattern skills.


    • An athlete trying to stay fit during less intense training periods. Your specific sports training likely involves repetitive use of the same muscle groups, which may cause imbalances. Pilates is a great way to rebalance the body.

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    Pilates_with ball
    • A desk worker who spends a lot of time sitting and/or working at the computer. Pilates can improve your posture and relieve your neck or lower back aches. Pilates will also boost your focus.


    • ​An elderly person who wants to keep a healthy mind and body or has a specific need. Pilates offers a variety of exercises that can improve your movement and help with agility during common chores and daily activities, such as going up the stairs.

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