Pilates in rehabilitation


We are still looking for better and more effective ways to improve our motor skills and abilities. Fortunately, today there are plenty of ways to do that and they are so diverse that we can very simply tailor them to our individual needs. We also have the opportunity to choose them in such a way that they always produce the best results. One of the most interesting proposals of recent months is the use of Pilates in rehabilitation.

Why Pilates?

Pilates exercises are responsible for maintaining a balance in the body that does not affect its appearance but lets you feel more deeply how your body works. It gives you the opportunity to consciously use your body. Thanks to Pilates, you can strengthen your muscles not necessarily by over-extending them, but by improving your posture, relieving the pressure on your spine, gaining flexibility, reducing stress and improving your general condition and overall health. This method is especially recommended for people with spinal problems and with a sedentary lifestyle because sitting for extended periods of time puts a large pressure on the pelvic floor and muscles in the pelvic area. It is also the safest form of physical activity that can be practiced literally by everyone, regardless of their age.

What are the advantages?

There are many, but the most important ones include strong and slender silhouette, healthy and flexible spine, better mood, a deeper sense of self awareness, correct breathing. In addition to this, Pilates exercises are relatively mild and easy to do, and can be safely used even by new mothers wishing to lose their pregnancy weight.


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