What is Pilates?
Pilates is a low-impact workout that builds strength and endurance. It can improve your balance and posture, making everyday activities easier and more difficult ones (like running and cycling) less challenging. It focuses on core strength, breath, precision of movement, and correct alignment.
Pilates can be practiced on “the”mat, Spine Corrector and on equipment.
The Pilates equipment (Reformer, Tower, Chair, Ped-i-pul) employs spring-based resistance to create muscular strength and tone without building bulk.
Benefits of Pilates
Practicing Pilates regularly will improve your overall health, increase your energy level, and reduce tension and pain while centering both on your mind and body.
• Increased lung capacity and circulation through deep breathing
• Improved posture
• Increased core strength
• Increased flexibility and joint mobility
• Improved coordination
• Improved body awareness through integration of mind, body and spirit
Who is Pilates for?
The workout is adaptable to varying levels and age ranges.
What to wear?
Comfortable, form-fitting clothing (leggings). This type of dress enables the instructor to more easily see your body and to help you make specific corrections. Looser clothing is also acceptable. No shoes.
“In 10 sessions you'll feel the difference, in 20 you'll see the difference, and in 30 you'll have a new body“ - Joseph Pilates (1883-1967) creator of Pilates
Personal Training Sessions
Once you have recovered from you injury or are no longer in pain you need to maintain your health through fitness.
The Restoration Space offers personal training in 30, 45 and 60 minutes session, individual or group.
Chronic stress can lead to inflamation and illness. Mediation is a proven stress reducing treatment. Our certified mediation specialists can teach you how to mediate effectively.
The Retoration Space offers mediation packages for single and groups (30 and 60 minutes).
- Provide a guided meditation for you based on your personal needs
- Provide education and resources on:
- Different types of meditation practices
- Benefits of meditation on the body
- How to incorporate meditation into your daily life