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What is 1-2-1 Clinical Pilates:

1-2-1 Clinical Pilates are physical exercises which focus on your core stability, balance, control, flexibility and strength. Joseph Pilates developed the Pilates method in early 20th century. These days, its uses include Physiotherapy,Osteopathy and Sports Massage. This is how it aids treatments of a variety of injuries like management of lower back pain. 121 Clinical Pilates involves forming a rehabilitation plan specifically designed to address individual concerns.

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We provide Pilates in our Canada Water SE16, near Deptford SE8, Wapping E1W and Stratford E15, near The Olympic Village E20 clinics. If you’re looking for a Clinical Pilates course, we have a range of Pilates plan Courses. These Healthcare plans can be discussed in your session.

Pilates is a form of physical exercise that places great focus on:

  • Core stability
  • Balance
  • Control
  • Flexibility
  • Strength.

Osteopathy and Sports Massage can be use in conjunction with pilates to assist in the management and treatment of a variety of injuries. Continue reading to learn about the benefits you can gain from Pilates.

Benefits of Pilates

There are numerous benefits to be gained from doing clinical pilates. Some of these include:

  • Increased muscular strength and flexibility
  • Reduced pain and recovery from injury
  • Improved posture and core stability
  • Aiding rehabilitation
  • Prevention of injuries
  • Restoration of normal movement patterns
  • Increased co-ordination and muscular control
  • Improved balance
  • Improving Sports specific performance and improved endurance
  • Improved overall body tone and fitness

Who can Pilates help?

The Pilates method can work for anyone. It has something to offer people of all ages and levels of fitness ability from injury rehabilitation to elite athletes. It has been used in strength programs to train boxers, dancers, Premier League footballers and Olympic athletes. Pilates can also help with:

  • Pregnancy
  • Postural aches and pains
  • Lower back, neck, hip, knee, shoulder and ankle pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Patients preparing for surgery or post surgery
  • Headaches

Pilates Courses (Healthcare Plans)

If you’re looking for a Pilates course we can do this by providing you with one of our Healthcare Plans. Simply book your 1st Pilates session and your practitioner can discuss the Healthcare plan options in your session.

  • 6 Sessions provides you with a 10% Discount
  • 12 Sessions provides you with a 15% Discount

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Pilates and Pregnancy:

During Pregnancy your body undergoes numerous changes, which place additional stress on your body as the baby develops and this can lead to aches and pains in the muscles, specifically in the back and legs. Pilates offers numerous benefits during Pregnancy. Including advise on strengthening the pelvic floor and post natel exercises to help the abdominal muscles regain their original strength. Please get in contact before booking post natel pilates.

Do I need to see my GP first?
Generally no. Most patients self refer without consulting a GP first. If you have severe health problems and a complex medical history, you might wish to consult with your GP first. However our clinical pilates is carried out by fully qualified Osteopaths who will be able to discuss any medical health problems and injuries. If you have any questions please just give the team a call on the number below.

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Free Consultation:

If you would like to find out if Pilates will help you, the team is readily available to discuss your case at the clinic in a free of charge consultation. Pilates can help treat not only lower back pain but all other type of injuries. The session will last 20 minutes and you can discuss further session with your practitioner.

Initial consultation:

This is needed so your Osteopath can gather information such as your medical background, go through an assessment and work out your individual goals. Each session will be tailored to your individual needs.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

From our team of trained and certified professionals, one will discuss Pilates with you. The purpose of this discussion will be to get vital information about you. Such as your medical background. Then only will the professional go through an assessment and work and motivate you for achieving your goals.

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About Osteopathy

Every osteopath trains for a span of 4-5 years at certified colleges. These colleges sharpen their skills and develop their understanding regarding Osteopathy.

After graduation, these professionals are registered with the GOsC, i.e., General Osteopath Council. Apart from that, they are also welcomed as members of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).

This education makes them eligible to carry out 121 Clinical Pilates sessions with ease. The best thing is that the treatment is totally drug-free. The medicines that we will recommend will focus on body health by making the musculoskeletal frameworks strong. This is one potential method of repairing problems such as:

Do I need to see my GP first?

While, you might consider doing so, it’s not really needed. Generally patients don’t consider a GP initially. This happens only when they’ve had any complex medical history.

The same applies to you as well. And if you still have any questions, you can always call us for all the information that you need about it.

Osteopathy & Pregnancy?.

Pregnancy is tough. You’ve to be too careful of everything. Take care of yourself. Keep yourself engaged enough. Give yourself enough rest. Eat healthy. Cut out on junk food and what not?

That’s stress, right? Yes and it needs to be relieved. A good osteopathic treatment is one great way of keeping this away.

This treatment will help your body adapt to the changes that it is going through. Also, it will fix the common problems associated with pregnancy, like low back pain, mid back, hip and pelvic pain, neck and shoulder pain, symphysis pubis dysfunction and post-natal coccyx pain.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

Out of our team of certified professional osteopaths, one professional will join you. The professional will discuss with you your medical background and through an assessment will move further with 121 Clinical Pilates.

This is how our osteopaths help you achieve your individual goals and let you customize all the sessions according to the timings that suit you.

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Areas our clinics cover

We have three clinics in London, Canada Water, Wapping & Stratford. The areas we cover are;

Central London – Islington, Kings Cross, Euston, St Pancras, Moorgate, West end, The City of London, N1, W1, W2, W8, NW1, WC1 &WC2

The City of London – Shoreditch, City of London, Hackney, Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street and post codes: EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, E1, E2, N1

North London – N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 N9 N10 N11 N12 N13 N14 N15 N16 N17 N18 N19 N20 N21 N22

South London – Canada Water, Bermondsey, Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, Deptford, Greenwich, Peckham, Brixton, London Bridge, Waterloo, Borough, New Cross Gate, Lewisham, Blackheath, Catford, Dulwich, Forest Hill, Sydenham, Norwood, Crystal Palace, Penge, Anerley, Beckenham, Old Kent Road, Hither Green, Southbank, Bankside, SE1 SE1P SE2 SE3 SE4 SE5 SE6 SE7 SE8 SE9 SE10 SE11 SE12 SE13 SE14 SE15 SE16 SE17 SE18 SE19 SE20 SE21 SE22 SE23 SE24 SE25 SE26 SE27 SE28

East London – South Woodford, Leytonstone, Manor Park, Stratford, Plaistow, East Ham, Newham, Isle of Dogs, Whitechaple, Bethnal Green, Hackney, Clapton, Wapping, Tower Hamlets, Tower Bridge, St Catherines Docks, E1 E1W E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 E11 E12 E13 E14 E15 E16 E17 E18 E20

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

One of our fully qualified and registered professionals will discuss Pilates with yourself. This is needed so your Osteopath can gather information such as your medical background, go through an assessment and work out your individual goals. Each session will be tailored to your individual needs.

1-2-1 Pilates Prices

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FAQ’s

Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on your core stability, balance, control, flexibility and strength. The exercise form is based on 34 key exercises which were developed by founder Joseph Pilates during the 20th century.

Pilates is a great form of exercise as it offers lots of positive benefits. Some of these include: increased muscular strength and flexibility, improved posture and core stability as well as improved balance, coordination and muscular control. Pilates can also help with rehabilitation and injury prevention. Finally, Pilates is a great overall exercise as it can help with increasing endurance, fitness and body tone.

Pilates is an exercise form that focuses on improving your core stability, balance, flexibility and strength. Originally developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s Pilates has since expanded and is now taught by many different Pilates schools, all offering slight variations in teaching methods. Some schools have more of a yoga, relaxation focus, whereas other schools have more of a clinical focus with the aim to help and rehab individuals with aches, pains and injuries.

Pilates is a type of exercise that was originally developed to help people with body aches and pains. Originally developed by Joseph Pilates in 1920 the Pilates modality is based around the traditional 34 exercises that focus on improving your core stability, balance, muscular strength, flexibility and control.

Yoga focuses mainly on flexibility and has strong spiritual and stress relief elements. Pilates on the other hand was originally developed to help individuals with aches and pain.The exercise form encourages you to become more body aware. This is done by using different exercises to help improve balance, muscular strength, core control and flexibility.

The Pilates ring is one of many different pieces of small equipment that can be used to aid Pilates exercises. The Pilates ring, also known as the magic circle is usually made out of a flexible rubber or metal material with small foam pads on either side. The Pilates ring can be used to make exercises both harder, by increasing resistance and easier, by giving you more control and support during certain exercises.
It is recommended to wear clothing that you feel comfortable in and can easily move in. Ideally the clothing would be of a tighter fit. Pilates is all about form, it is helpful for your instructor to be able to see the alignment of your body, baggy clothing can get in the way of seeing this. For women wearing a top that has a higher neckline is advised as there are lots of exercises where you are lying on your front or in a four point kneeling position. Pilates is usually done barefoot, however, some people prefer to have their feet covered and opt to wear a sock that has a little bit of extra grip on the sole. These socks have been specifically designed for yoga and Pilates and can be found in most sports shops.
Fitness Pilates is a higher intensity exercise form that bases its exercises on the traditional 34 developed by Joseph Pilates. Fitness Pilates has all the benefits of the traditional Pilates method with the added bonus of increasing your heart rate. This helps to increase endurance and strengthens and condition the lungs and heart.
Pilates is a type of exercise that primarily aids in increasing and improving your body’s strength, core stability, flexibility and balance.
Pilates is a great type of low impact exercise to do during pregnancy. It is advised to attend classes that are specific to the pre and post natal women. During a pregnancy Pilates class the instructor will guide you through a series of Pilates exercises that have been adapted for pregnancy. There is a strong emphasis on strengthening the pelvic floor muscles which is important for labour and recovery after the birth.
How often you do Pilates is mostly related to the aims and goals you have for doing Pilates. For some they may be doing Pilates to assist with flexibility and control to help with other sporting activities, we would therefore recommend one session a week. For those that have a specific goal in mind such as improving a certain muscle group such as the glutes or to help recover from an injury we would recommend more regular sessions such as 2 or 3 times a week.
For your Pilates session it is advised that you wear clothing that is comfortable and doesn’t restrict movement. During the class the instructor will need to see your body alignment, sometimes baggy clothes can get in the way of seeing this. For women, wearing a higher cut top is also advised. This is because a few of the Pilates exercises are carried out in a four point kneeling position or on the front and can be quite exposing if not wearing a correctly fitted top.
When it comes to choosing between yoga and pilates it really depends on what your goals and aims are for doing the exercise form. Yoga is based more on enhancing joint and muscle flexibility and has quite a strong relaxation and spiritual element to the practice. Pilates on the other hand is based on a series of 34 exercises which aim to improve core stability, improve posture, flexibility, muscle strength and balance.
The best way to do Pilates is by signing up to a class or 121 session. If it is your first time doing Pilates it is best and most advantageous to sign up to a beginners class. Most good Pilates studios or rehab centres will offer block courses. These are great courses to sign up for as the instructor will start from the beginning, teaching you the basic and key elements of the Pilates exercise. You will also be with people who are at a similar level as you. For those that are wanting a bit more input or have a specific problem then clinical 121 sessions would be advised. You will be able to discuss with the instructor your aims for doing Pilates and they will be able to devise a tailor made plan for you specific to your needs.
There are many different health benefits of Pilates, the main ones include improving posture, improving muscle strength and control, improving balance and aiding in rehabilitation after injury. People seek to do Pilates for many different reasons. It is a great all round low impact exercise that is accessible to all ages.
Pilates is an exercise form that helps with increasing flexibility, muscle strength, core control and balance. It is a low impact exercise that is accessible to all ages from children to the elderly. Pilates teaches us how to be body aware, giving us insight in understanding where our body is in space, known as proprioception. This helps to improve our posture and aids in reducing aches and pain and can help in injury prevention.

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