Clinical Pilates

How Beyond Can Help Low Back Pain

MEET JOHN... John is a 35 year old male office worker with a history of niggling low back pain.  Yesterday John noticed his back pain building while out running a particularly hard run.  The pain [...]

Glutes Glutes Glutes

The glutes are made up of 3 different muscles - glute medius, minimus & maximus which are all found within the confines of the pelvic area. Generally speaking the glutes act to stabilize the pelvis [...]

Why You Should Be Squatting

Why you should be squatting and how clinical pilates can help. Being able to perform a squat is an integral movement required throughout our normal daily lives. Every time you sit in a chair, sit [...]

Diastasis Recti

What Is It? Diastasis recti is the separation of the abdominal muscles that can occur during pregnancy due to the increasing size of the uterus. When this happens, only a thin layer of connective tissue [...]

Balance

How many times have you sat down in a chair, stepped up from the pavement onto the grass or reached above your head for a glass in a cupboard?  Chances are you do most of [...]

Clinical Pilates Muscle Release

“Why do I have to do muscle release whilst I’m at my clinical pilates session?” Clinical Pilates is a form of physical exercise that focuses on breathing, control, posture, stability, balance, functional movement, flexibility and [...]

What Is Clinical Pilates Video

Many people wonder what the difference is between all the different types of pilates out there. There is fitness pilates, mat pilates, gym pilates, studio pilates, traditional pilates, reformer pilates and of course clinical pilates. [...]