It's September! For many of us that means new routines, back to school, back to the office and maybe some time for YOU again? And what better way to invest in both your body and mind than Pilates!...
Pilates is a big part of what we offer here at goPhysio. However, the classes we run at goPhysio are a little different to others you may experience in the area
People are often very familiar with yoga and what it may entail but aren’t so sure about Pilates. We often get asked What’s the difference between yoga & Pilates?
Top 6 Pilates exercises to strengthen and tone your running muscles and help to prevent injury and improve your running technique and efficiency.
We will look at why preparing for your ski or snow boarding holiday is important and what Pilates is – if you haven’t come across it before.
Pilates is an effective, mainly mat based, body-conditioning routine designed to increase physical endurance, flexibility, posture, co-ordination, and core strength.
One of the key element of Pilates is ‘setting your centre’ which means getting all your deep abdominal & pelvic muscles working together in harmony!
There are a few things you can do to get the most from your pilates classes. Our instructor Francesca, shares her top tips!
There’s a very simple piece of kit you may have seen in our Pilates classes, the humble resistance band! It’s a great way to challenge your Pilates exercises.
Pilates is a great form of low impact exercise to help strengthen your core muscles, improve your posture and help to keep you flexible and mobile.