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Clinical Pilates is an adaptation of traditional Pilates. It is taught one on one by a physiotherapist and may be the perfect therapy to help strengthen your core muscles and prevent or rehabilitate injuries.
Detox for Summer
Our bodies are continually loaded with toxins and detoxing helps the body to remove those toxins, helping you to lose weight, feel healthier and recover from any lingering health problems.
Exercise and Endorphins
Endorphins are one of the latest buzzwords when it comes to exercising but what are endorphins, and why do we need them? Read on to find out more about these bringers of a natural high.
Incontinence refers to the uncontrolled passing of urine, stools or both. There are several types of incontinence: stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overflow incontinence, mixed incontinence and functional or environmental incontinence.
Keeping Fit during Pregnancy
Keeping your pelvic floor muscles strong will aid you through your pregnancy
Lose the Baby Bulge
It's important to keep eating well and not to diet after you give birth
Pelvic Floor Muscles
At the base of the female abdomen are the pelvic floor muscles which support the base of the bladder and close the top of the urethra.
Pilates for Ageing
Pilates is a great exercise to help reduce the effects of ageing and keep the body stronger for longer.
Pilates for Back Pain
If you suffer from back pain, there's no need to keep on suffering or rely on medication. Try pilates for back pain.
Pilates for Injuries
If you have or have had an injury, you know just how frustrating and painful they can be, and how they can cause pain, even after the injury itself has healed. You can help to reduce the chance of injuries occurring and also rehabilitate existing inj...
PMS – Premenstrual Syndrome
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), also known as Premenstrual Tension (PMT), is the name that is used to describe a collection of physical and emotional symptoms that affect women before the start of menstruation.
ncontinence occurs when either the muscles or the nerves controlling the bladder fail to work properly
Founded by Louise Solomon, Yogalates is a fusion of yoga and Pilates – allowing you to get the benefits of both of these therapies. Read on to learn more about how Yogalates may benefit you.