The Pilates method focuses on the symmetrical posture of the body, the control of breathing, the strengthening of the abdomen, the stabilization of the spine, pelvis and shoulder. It also focuses on muscle flexibility, joint mobility and empowerment through the overall range of motion. It treats the body as a whole, so it does not cause injuries. This makes Pilates an excellent method of restoring injuries and chronic diseases.

"After ten sessions, you will notice a change in your body. After twenty, others will see it, and after thirty, you will have a new body."

This phrase belongs to Joseph Pilates, the creator of the homemade exercise method.

"We are as young as our spine is " J.P.

The Decalogue of PILATES

  • Breathing
  • Relaxation
  • Control
  • Concentration
  • Stamina
  • Motion Flow
  • Accuracy
  • Alignment
  • Identify the center
  • Consistency

Pilates during pregnancy

Exercising during pregnancy is very helpful in preparing for the happy event, not only physically but also psychologically.

Pilates help to strengthen the back before giving birth, and then helps to return to its normal state.

Pilates for pregnancy will help you in keeping the right posture, in the strengthening of the core, in the stabilization of the muscles around the pelvis and the spine, the muscular strengthening of the upper and lower limbs and the control of the breathing rate. Exercises are performed without force, and they are not static nor isolated. We spend as much energy as it is necessary which is a wonderful thing for a woman during pregnancy.

In addition, Pilates lessons for future mothers are specially designed to help them get the best possible preparation.

In general, pregnancy classes begin after the first trimester and can continue throughout pregnancy.