This article discusses rectus diastasis associated with pregnancy and stretching of the abdominal muscles and how to manage this condition with pelvic floor and transversus abdominus (core stability) strengthening.
This article describes the anatomy of the lower back and multifidus, pelvic floor and transversus abdominus (or core stability muscles) and shows how to activate (contract) them to alleviate lower back pain
Pregnancy Pilates & Post Natal Course next 5 week block starting Thursday 6th March at 6pm Benefits Include: · Improve your overall strength/flexibility/tone and posture · Improve your pelvic floor and deep abdominal strength. This can decrease the risk of future urinary incontinence · Sleep better and reduce stress/anxiety · Exercises tailored to the changes of your body with pregnancy · Exercises in class can be modified to suit the stage you are at. If you have any discomfort or…
What is our Pilates Mat Class Program? Pilates is a low impact whole body exercise system. When it is run by a physiotherapist, clinical pilates is a safe way to exercise if you have had injuries as well as being a treatment method that can immediately decrease your pain and increase your movement. It is adaptable to many fitness levels and needs – from athletes to seniors or for people undergoing rehabilitation. It emphasises balanced development of the body through: core…