IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE WITH PILATES.

IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE WITH PILATES.

Grasie Souza doing Pilates in front of the Parlament in Victoria while doing a side bend pose.
Grasie Souza doing Pilates in front of the Parlament in Victoria while doing a side bend pose.

A strong core goes a long way towards a good posture. Pilates encourages you to utilize your core muscles, and also focus on proper alignment in the body.

A good posture doesn’t just look physically appealing, it offers a safe and steady base to move through life. A good posture sets you up for greater ease and grace in daily movements, as well as supporting your body as it ages.

From helping to reduce back and neck pain, to easing tension in the body and preventing injury. A good posture is something that will carry you through life, literally! 

A key focus in Pilates is maintaining good alignment and balance through all the exercises. This creates a strong back, glutes, and abs which work together to form a perfect posture.

IMPROVE YOUR POSTURE WITH PILATES.

Pilates will make you more flexible!

Grasie Souza doing Pilates in front of the Parlament in Victoria, BC while doing a rocker position.
Grasie Souza doing Pilates in front of the Parlament in Victoria, BC while doing a rocker position.

Pilates will make you more flexible. It isn’t about striving to get your legs behind your head or breaking out into full splits.

Pilates works toward a safe increase in length and stretch of the muscles and the range of motion within the joints. It also aims to build a level of muscular strength that will enhance and complement your everyday life and activities.

Pilates creates a body that can stretch and bend to meet the flow of daily life. As well as, improving practical strength and flexibility.

It is perfect for all levels, and is certainly not only designed for those who already have a greater degree of natural flexibility. Studies have shown that just 20 Pilates sessions can result in a 20% increase in flexibility.

A Pilates workout is about strengthening and stretching—and this combination is the perfect way to ease tight muscles and create a more limber and subtle body.