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In Touch Physio: Woombye
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Cnr Nambour Connection Rd andBlackall St, Woombye, QLD, 4559. Woombye. Sunshine Coast, QLD,
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In Touch Physio offers Pilates classes 6 days per week on the hour. The quality of each posture is important, not the number of repetitions or how energetically you can move. Quality is everything Pilates consists of moving through a slow, sustained series of exercises using abdominal control and proper breathing. Some forms of Pilates include weights (such as dumbbells) and other small types of equipment that offer resistance to the muscles. * Equipment-based Pilates - this includes specific equipment that works against spring-loaded resistance, including the "reformer", which is a movable carriage that you push and pull along its tracks. The central aim is to condition the deeper, supporting muscles of the body to improve posture, balance and coordination. Two forms of Pilates The two basic forms of Pilates include: * Mat-based Pilates - this is a series of exercises performed on the floor using gravity and your own body weight to provide the resistance. You need tight abdominal and buttock muscles to keep your hips square, and focused attention to stop yourself from tipping over. A Pilates exercise may involve straightening one leg so that your toes point to the ceiling, and using the other leg to slowly raise and lower your body. For instance, imagine you are lying on your back, with bent knees and both feet on the floor. Pilates is partly inspired by yoga, but is different in one key respect - yoga is made up of a series of static postures, while Pilates is based on putting yourself into unstable postures and challenging your body by moving the limbs. You may notice postural improvements after 10 to 20 sessions. To gain the maximum benefit, you should do Pilates at least two or three times per week. Each exercise is performed with attention to proper breathing techniques and abdominal muscle control. A typical Pilates workout includes a number of exercises and stretches with sessions lasting for 1 hour. You can perform exercises using your own body weight, or with the aid of various pieces of equipment. Pilates caters for everyone, from the beginner to the advanced. Helps prevent musculoskeletal injuries. Safe rehabilitation of joint and spinal injuries. Relaxation of the shoulders, neck and upper back. Improved physical coordination and balance. Greater awareness of posture. Improved stabilisation of the spine. Enhanced muscular control of the back and limbs. Balanced muscular strength on both sides of the body. Increased muscle strength, lower back, particularly of the abdominal muscles, hips and buttocks (the "core muscles" of the body). Benefits of Pilates Some of the benefits of Pilates include: Improved flexibility. Always consult your doctor before embarking on any new fitness program, especially if you have a pre-existing medical condition or have not exercised in a long time. It requires concentration and focus, because the body is moved through precise ranges of motion. Pilates can be an aerobic and non-aerobic form of exercise. Since then, Pilates has been adapted to suit people in the general community. It was introduced into America in the 1920s by physical trainer Joseph Pilates as a way to help injured athletes and dancers safely return to exercise and maintain their fitness. Pilates improves flexibility, strength, balance and body awareness. Pilates (or the Pilates method) is a series of over 500 mat or equipment based exercises inspired by calisthenics, yoga and ballet. Health fund rebates available, suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness. We have small classes with qualified rehabilitation pilates instructors that instruct you on how to do the exercise correctly and effectively depending on your area of need. (more).

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