Pilates for Lower Back Pain

Did you know 4 out of 5 adults suffers back pain at some point of their life? Back pain can greatly affect our ability to perform basic daily activities, interfere with relationships, cause depression and in some cases disability.

Best way to avoid future back pain is prevention. Experts recommend attending regular pilates classes as one of the best forms of prevention. Regular pilates taught by a certified pilates teacher focusing on strengthening deep muscles and building a strong core – results: better posture and healthy back. Recommendation is to attend minimum 3 pilates classes a week for a period of 12 weeks to see and feel the results.

Classical Pilates classes teaches correct breathing techniques, releasing tension, improving flexibility and preventing injuries. It is well worth it to invest in high quality Pilates sessions as you may safe yourself from future costly healthcare and be able to live your life to the fullest. “A man is as young as his spinal column.”
is one of the most famous quotes of Joseph Pilates.

Healthy back, for him, was the key to physical and emotional well being. “If your spine is stiff at 30,” he once said, you are old. If it is flexible at 60, you are young.”

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Before Your Training

Here’s what you need to bring to your training in order to enjoy an effective session!

 

Grip Socks

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First Timers

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Towel

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