What is Pilates?
Pilates is a systematic full-body workout to strengthen the muscles. Primary the abdominal, back and pelvis muscles are invigorated. Pilates training sessions are held on a mat or on specific developed machines. It was developed by Joseph Hubert Pilates (born 1883).
What benefits do I get from Pilates?
Due to the effective training method you improve the strenght of your muscles as well as your posture. Thereby you protect yourself on a long-term from injuries by
reasons of postural deformity. On the other hand also your flexibility and range of motion increase. Pilates helps you to gain well-being, a better posture and boosts your
Did you know?
In many cases the spine is affected by postural deformity. It emerges from a long-term malposition and lead to heavy dorsal pain. The main reason for a malposition
often is a weak musculature, which is not strong enough to stabilize the affected bones and joints, and hold
them in the correct position.
But you don't need to have a dorsal pain first t start with pilates - due to the invigoration of abdominal, dorsal and pelvis muscles you can work on your long-term health on an active base.
Who can do Pilates?
From Babylates to Pilates for elder people (my mother is 87 and still joins my courses), the benefits of Pilates are a base of fitness everyone of us needs in the everyday life.
Only in case of acute painful injuries and pregnant women there's to act with caution - it requires a clarificatioin first.
What does a Pilates Session look like?
Here you'll find more information about how our lessons differ from one another: