6 week course – £60 or £15 drop in, Wednesdays 8.30-9.30pm or Saturdays 9.30am -10.30am
( 10 places only, email for start dates)
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 injuries with Clinical Pilates mat work. Clinical Pilates is not only for the injured but for those who want to build body awareness, improve posture, flexibility, strength and stamina. Pilates can help get you back to feeling better quicker and also prevent further injuries, meaning that you’ll be back to your normal life quicker than you think. Clinical Pilates mat work is a level 1 class so designed for those who are pain free , it incorporates small props and is great for focusing on target areas of the body. Our classes are in small groups and cater both for beginners and mixed ability.
Try a Clinical Pilates mat work lesson in Sale, Trafford, M33 2AF
How Clinical Pilates Helps with Injuries
Clinical Pilates mat work is a therapy that can be extremely useful in helping people that are suffering from injuries, especially soft tissue injuries. It can be used for things such as back and neck problems, ankle injuries, sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, muscle strains, and so on. Clinical Pilates mat work is safe to use as a form of rehabilitation as it uses very controlled exercises. The equipment used also helps the body to regain its functional movement after it’s been injured. Clinical Pilates mat work is excellent for increasing a patient’s strength and flexibility, which is important as these are often lost following an injury of some sort.
It can also improve the patient’s posture and muscle symmetry. Clinical Pilates mat work is also surprisingly gentle as it has no impact on the joints, which is important when you are trying to recover from an injury. Clinical Pilates mat work can actually make life after the injury easier, as you instinctively try to protect an injured area, which can lead to muscles degrading and actually cause more pain. Clinical Pilates mat work increases the flow of blood to the area, and as with other forms of exercise, it can release endorphins which are the body’s natural painkillers.
“I went to Nisha’s arc barrel classes in the city centre and thought they were great. Fab classes in a good location with easy booking arrangements. Nisha is a very patient, skilled, knowledgeable, professional and great teacher. Would highly recommend and I hope to get booked on one of the reformer class courses in Sale.” – Jenni Moss, Manchester
Clinical Pilates mat work is vital for Injury Prevention
As well as helping to rehabilitate injuries, Clinical Pilates mat work is also excellent for helping to prevent injuries from occurring in the first place. This is because it teaches the person how to hold themselves correctly so that they do not injure themselves due to poor posture, poor moving techniques, or poor lifting techniques. Strengthening the core muscles also helps to prevent injury as the core muscles are the main support for the back and other structures in the body. Improving the person’s flexibility is also important as it creates more supple muscles that are capable of expanding and contracting further.
Clinical Pilates mat work advice
If you are using Clinical Pilates mat work for injuries, you should always seek the help of a qualified professional such as a specialist in Clinical Pilates mat work, a physiotherapist, or some other form of physical therapist. As well, make sure that you get clearance from your GP or health professional before embarking on a regime that includes Pilates. A Clinical Pilates mat work program will be drawn up for each individual, as everyone’s needs are different. The program will focus on injury rehabilitation and prevention and include exercises that are most beneficial while excluding those that are likely to exacerbate a problem or cause pain.