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With a focus on ABM NeuroMovement®

Pilates is a low impact form of exercise that strengthens your body without harming your joints. Postures and movements performed in Pilates are aligned with the biomechanics of the human body and take into account the natural form of your body.


Every joint is most efficient if it is in a "neutral" position, using the least amount of effort to be in that position.  A joint that is not in a neutral position has soft tissue: muscles, ligaments and tendons pulling on the joint in an imbalanced way. Over time, this creates pain and injury

Pilates will guide you to find/seek neutral.

When movements are made mindfully, with precision and attention the brain participates to its optimal capacity.

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In Pilates, the term core refers to the relationship between the transverse abdominis, pelvic floor, multifidi and diaphragm. Through Pilates you will improve your ability to activate and utilize these deep postural muscles to guide and control movement.



Longer, Leaner muscles
Increased metabolism.
More energy and less fatigue
Improved posture
Heightened mind-body awarenes
Increased strength and stability
Relief from stress and back pain
Enhanced athletic performance
Improved balance and coordination



Improve your ability to activate and utilize the deep postural muscles to guide and control movement.
Focus on quality of movement over quantity of movement.
Learn to connect movement to breath.
Target your whole body enabling muscles, bones and joints to work together.
Produce and control movements within their functional range.

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