• Makes your body more balanced, strong and flexible.
• Prevents you from musculoskeletal diseases that may cause posture disorders Raises body awareness.
• Diminishes the numbness and pain on cervical disc hernia and arm.
• Makes your body thin and tight, even if you do not lose weight.
• Exercises your muscles lengthwise, increases the strength of your body and prevents injuries to a large extent.
• Restores your posture.
• Suppresses the pain on joints arising from arthrolith.
• Prevents low back and back pain.
• Balances synovial fluid.
• Diminishes the pain on spinal disc herniation and legs.
• Enables us to move without weighing on our spine during daily activities.
• Treats scoliosis.
• Prevents bone thinning in case of osteoporosis.
• Strengthens both sides of your body equally.
• Increases your daily performance.
• Diminishes posture disorders arising from desk jobs and relieves your body from pain.
• Prevents cell aging.
Six Principles of Pilates
- Concentration: It is important to focus on exercises and pat attention the harmony of body and active and inactive muscles while doing pilates.
- Control: In pilates method, you should rest your body adequately and apply the exercises as shown by the trainer in order to prevent injuries.
- Centering: Correct pilates exercises focus on belly, waist and hip. The exercises also affect innards and spine. Centering enables flexibility and elongation.
- Fluent Moves: Pilates moves should cover each point one by one and be done without any pause.
- Accuracy: Moves should be done accurately and completely. Moves should be coordinated with one another.
- Breath: Exercisers should take deep breath towards the top and bottom of the back and exhale the whole breath at once. Thus, it is possible to clean our blood through breathing.