Pilates

Our top priority is keeping you injury-free and performing at the top of your game. 

 

Our Pilates does not over-build up specific pieces of the body and disregards others. Long Life Therapeutic focuses on full-body wellness, including the breath and the psyche, and gives a degree of integrative wellness elusive elsewhere.

The moves may look simple, but they take a lot of precision and control. It's not like doing a bunch of crunches; there's a strong emphasis on technique.

You can do Pilates on an exercise mat, either in a class or at home. We offer you classes in our Total Recovery area that has special equipment, and a Pilates Instructor who can supervise you.

Pilates classes typically take 45 minutes to an hour, but you can do fewer moves in less time.

You’ll get stronger, more sculpted muscles and gain flexibility. You may also have better posture and a better sense of well-being.

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Plan on doing this workout a few days a week, in addition to cardio, since Pilates isn't aerobic.

If you are looking to strengthen your abdomen and pelvis as well as maintain good posture, then Pilates is for you. It also has a strong mind/body connection, so you may like it if you enjoy yoga but need a more intense core workout.

Pilates is great for strengthening and toning with a focus your core and for increasing your flexibility.  

Pilates involves precise moves and specific breathing techniques. It’s not for you if you prefer a less structured program. It also won’t fit your needs if you are looking for an aerobic workout.

Pilates can be very demanding, so start slowly. 

Our goal is to go above and beyond to provide you with the tools you need for a long athletic career or active life. So in addition to your therapy session, you will walk away with guidance that’s specific to your needs, 

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