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Pilates & Physical Post-Rehabilitation Training (Clinical Pilates)
Pilates for Seniors
We all know that aging brings some side effect to our bodies such as decreased range-of-motion & flexibility, lost muscle mass and bone density, joint stiffness and pain.
The low-impact exercise form like Pilates is a safe way to regain/maintain your muscle strength & flexibility and joint mobility & stability. Modified Pilates exercises also help improve posture, balance, coordination, and muscle control which in turn prevent falls and injuries.
Pilates helps boost your mood & energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness and pain. Pilates is safe, gentle, and effective exercise and rehabilitation method for those who are suffering arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic back pain, or illness or those who are having hip or knee replacement (taught by physical therapist or very experienced Pilates Instructor). Pilates can be adapted to meet many individual needs.
It's never too late to start one-on-one Pilates training. Pilates isn't just for people in their 50's or 60's. Seniors who are 70, 80 or older can also benefit greatly from Pilates.