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Pilates is a programme of conditioning exercises that targets the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine. Our approach to Pilates sessions has evolved beyond the idea of improved core stability; we develop functional rehabilitation strategies, using graded Pilates exercises and equipment.


Your Pilates

questions, answered

  • Do I need to visit my doctor first to get a referral?
    No, you may self refer by contacting us directly either by telephone or e-mail. However, GP and Consultant referrals are also welcome.
  • How long is each treatment session?
    Please allow 45 minutes for your initial assessment and treatment session. Follow-up treatments are also 45 minutes. If a longer appointment is needed in order to deal with multiple complex issues, a double session will need to be booked and paid for.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    Most people tend to need between 4 and 5 sessions of treatment but this depends on the specific nature of your problem. Your Physiotherapist will be able to indicate how many sessions may be required following your assessment but ultimately the number of sessions needed, will depend on your progress.
  • What should I wear?
    Please wear comfortable clothing and be aware that as part of your Physiotherapy assessment and treatment you may be asked to undress. Please bring shorts if you have a lower limb problem and a vest if your problem is with your neck or upper limb.
  • How soon after the onset of symptoms should I seek treatment?
    We prefer to assess you as soon as possible but generally recommend an appointment at least 48 hours after an acute injury. Please feel free to ring for advice in the event of an injury and one of our Physiotherapists will be able to advise you what to do and when you should come in and see us.
  • How do I pay?
    Payment is required by cash, cheque or bank transfer at the time of treatment. Receipts can be provided if required.


Our Approach to Pilates

Over the last few years we have adapted our Pilates style in response to the findings of new scientific research. Our evolving understanding of how the body responds to pain and how to restore normal movement are now key considerations in the development of our Pilates rehabilitation programmes. We’ll design a programme of exercises as unique as you are, therefore ensuring you achieve your health and lifestyle goals. We love Pilates as part of a holistic approach to well-being. We champion the fact that it is suitable for all ages and fitness levels.

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