Why is Pilates so Good for You?

December 5, 2013

Industry News

EXO Chair TeachingJoseph Pilates, the method’s founder, said, ‘Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. In order to achieve happiness it is important to gain mastery of your body.’

This explains, in a nutshell, why Pilates has become a worldwide phenomenon, with over 12 million people practising its exercises. It is designed to elongate, strengthen and restore the body to its natural balance. Based upon an anatomical understanding of the skeletal and muscular systems, Pilates instructors are able to develop highly personalised programmes catered to each individual’s body’s needs. What sets it apart from other forms of exercise is its holistic approach, recommended by doctors as one of the safest ways to get fit. It can also be beneficial for just about everyone, regardless of age or ability. (Read Full Article)

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