Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis and Pilates Exercise Program

     What is common between Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? They all are autoimmune diseases, where your own cells start to attack your healthy tissues and organs. There are over eighty autoimmune diseases, each with it’s own unique symptoms. Lupus and Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms are similar; painful and inflamed joints, extreme fatigue, anxiety…

Stabilizer Muscles Prevent Injuries and Improve Sport Performence

  Many gym goers are focusing on flatten stomach, tone arms and legs or maybe trying to improve their sports performance with strength training. Unfortunately, most fitness enthusiasts and athletes pay too little attention to the structure, stability and alignment of their body. It’s not cool to have six-pack abs with back pain or other…

Is Pilates Instructor Capable Rehabilitate your Back Pain

  Pilates is generally a good exercise method for those who suffer from back pain. Pilates focuses on core strength, stability and spine range of motion, all those areas which need the most improvements by back pain sufferers. However, all those improvements are up to the particular Pilates Instructor. When rehabilitating back pain clients the…

Pilates is the Best exercise form for PreNatal

Keeping up with an exercise program can be difficult when you’re pregnant, especially during the first trimester when you might feel nausea and tired. One of the safest and most effective way to stay active is with Pilates, which strengthens the most important muscles that you’ll use during pregnancy and labor. Pilates improves breathing technique, concentration and body awareness, which even help your labor. With Pilates you can recover faster back to pre pregnancy figure and shape.

Pilates for Rehabilitation- Does It Work?

Pilates method is widely practiced for both rehabilitation and fitness. Physical Therapists are recognizing Pilates as one of the most successful methods to treat many injuries, spinal disorders and joint diseases. Pilates also benefits individuals with neurological problems (MS), chronic pain (fibromyalgia), women’s health needs (menopause, osteoporosis, pre/post natal), performance enhancement needs, arthritic impairments (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis) and other movement dysfunctions.