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Pilates: For the Everyday Person to Elite Athletes By Jacqui Haskett

Many people think Pilates is targeted only towards non-athletes, however we know that many adults may benefit no matter their physical strength or capabilities. Even elite athletes find it difficult to correctly activate and strengthen their main core muscle, the transversus abdominus (TA). As a result, low back pain or other injuries may occur. As […] Read More

Discovering the Fundamentals of Pilates: My Time at Move So Far By Peter Tziavrangos

It’s been a few months since I begun working at Move and boy has it gone quickly! The clinic has been buzzing lately with all the various Pilates classes and 1:1 appointments happening. I’m halfway through with my current Beginners Mat Pilates group as they embark on a journey into discovering or re discovering the […] Read More

Pilates for Neck Pain? It’s About More Than Just The Core! By Peter Tziavrangos

When I ask people what they know about Pilates they will nearly always talk about things like core stability, abdominals and low back pain. So sometimes my patients can be a little surprised when I suggest that Pilates would be helpful for their neck problems or headaches. People with neck pain often present with tightness […] Read More

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