We’ve seen time and time again how Pilates serves a purpose much greater than the repetition of movements and poses. Pilates addresses a variety of factors including underlying structural imbalances, which can be a major cause of lower back pain. Concerning matters such as poor posture, pelvic instability and poor core support are influential to the result of ongoing lower back pain. Overall, Pilates brings a sense of body awareness to anyone who incorporates this practice to their daily lives. Through focusing in on one’s body alignment through Pilates, the muscles will strengthen as a whole creating movement to flow through the body more naturally. Take a look at our schedule online and contact us for your first class today!