Back discomfort is a common problem, but there is help
Have you ever wondered whether you should try Pilates to help your back pain, but have been unsure how to begin? Back discomfort is a common problem but there is an innovative, evidenced-backed programme designed to help. Let me introduce you to Back 4 Good
A large number of research studies have shown that Pilates is a very good method of reducing back pain. Joining a structured and supportive exercise programme such as Back4Good, is one of the most effective ways of staying active. Such a structured programme is the best way to move towards a healthier and happier back, as well as lifestyle.
Gentle, yet effective exercise can often help with the prevention and management of low back pain. This was underlined by the recent publication by NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) of medical guidelines recommending that people with persistent non-specific low back pain should be encouraged to stay physically active and exercise. GPs and medical practitioners are encouraged to refer patients, where appropriate, to properly qualified exercise professionals.
You don’t need to be referred to join my class or have individual session. I am trained to help people with non-specific low back pain having been certified by Europe’s foremost Pilates organisation. I am also registered with the charity BackCare UK
Pilates for Neurological Conditions
Pilates is a great form of low impact exercise for people with neurological conditions. I am looking forward to help in your journey to improve quality of life.
How it works
Pilates involves a series of matwork exercises designed to increase strength, flexibility, posture and body awareness for neurological patients.
Benefits of Pilates for Neurological Conditions
I believe that the quality of life for people living with neurological diseases can be dramatically improved.