Moss Movement Studio:
Reach Your Wellness Goals through Pilates
Transform Your Body and Mind
Discover the Power of Pilates at Moss Movement Studio
At Moss Healthcare, we offer a specialized form of Pilates known as Clinical Pilates, which is specifically designed for therapeutic interventions in a clinical setting. Our focus is on improving strength, flexibility, posture, and body awareness to aid in the rehabilitation of various musculoskeletal conditions. It’s important to note that when engaging in Clinical Pilates, you should always be under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. Our team consists of Manual Therapists and certified Pilates Instructors with expertise in rehabilitation who will tailor the exercises to suit your individual needs, ensuring proper technique and gradual progression. With our personalized approach, we aim to provide you with a safe and effective journey toward recovery through the benefits of Clinical Pilates.
Pilates Classes for All Fitness Levels
We Welcome Beginners and Experts Alike
At Moss Movement Studio, we believe that Pilates is a fitness practice for everyone, regardless of their experience or fitness level. That’s why we warmly welcome both beginners and experts to join our Pilates classes. Our knowledgeable instructors are skilled in tailoring the exercises to meet individual needs and ensure a safe and effective workout for all. Whether you’re just starting your Pilates journey or looking to challenge yourself further, our inclusive environment and supportive community will empower you to reach your fitness goals. Come and experience the transformative power of Pilates at Moss Movement Studio, where everyone is encouraged to thrive and grow.
Common Conditions Treated By Clinical Pilates
Low Back Pain
Clinical Pilates can help strengthen the core muscles, improve spinal alignment, and promote proper movement patterns, which can alleviate and prevent low back pain.
Pilates exercises can help improve posture, increase neck stability, and relieve tension in the neck and shoulder muscles, thereby reducing neck pain.
Clinical Pilates is effective in addressing postural imbalances, such as rounded shoulders, forward head posture, and excessive kyphosis or lordosis. It focuses on strengthening weak muscles and lengthening tight muscles to achieve optimal alignment.
Joint and Muscle Injuries
Clinical Pilates can be used to rehabilitate various joint and muscle injuries, including sprains, strains, tendonitis, and ligament tears. It aims to improve stability, flexibility, and strength around the affected area.
Pilates exercises can help improve bone density, balance, and muscle strength, making it beneficial for individuals with osteoporosis or osteopenia. However, it should be done under the supervision of a qualified instructor.
Pre and Postnatal Care
Clinical Pilates can be adapted for pregnant women to strengthen the pelvic floor, core muscles, and maintain overall fitness. It can also aid in postnatal recovery by addressing diastasis recti (abdominal separation) and regaining core strength.
Rehabilitation After Surgery
Pilates exercises can be incorporated into post-surgical rehabilitation programs, assisting in restoring range of motion, strength, and function after procedures such as joint replacements or spinal surgeries.