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29 Jul 2021

Circuit Classes

Who is this class designed for? The circuit class is designed to be for our patients who are looking for a higher intensity workout. What does this class involve? This class will consist of strength, cardio and functional exercises. It...

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26 Jul 2021

Advanced Strength and Mobility

(Previously named Intermediate-Advanced Pilates) Who is this class designed for? This class is for those who are at the intermediate-advanced level with a good fitness level and who need more of a challenge. It is designed for people who want...

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26 Jul 2021

Lets Get Functional Classes

Who are these classes designed for? Let’s get functional is for all ages who are looking for individualized and appropriate exercises and advice for their goals, taking into consideration current injuries and conditions. This class is for people wanting exercises...

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26 Jul 2021

Strength and Mobility

Formerly Named Pilates Who is this class designed for? Our Strength and Mobility class is designed for people who want to build core strength and control. The class is designed for beginners who have not done this type of exercise...

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26 Jul 2021

Seniors Exercise Classes

Who is this Class designed for? This class is specially designed for people who are 50+ years of age. What does this Class involve? Each participant has an individually written exercise program which they complete under the care of our...

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8 Jun 2021

Overactive Abdominals and Back Pain: The Link Explained

If you type ‘tight abs’ into Google, you get over 77 million results. Typing in ‘6 pack abs’ gets you 147 million results. Type in ‘better abs’ and there are 461 million pages you could view. Clearly there’s a lot...

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20 May 2021

6 Things You Need to Know About Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy is common and our understanding of it is still evolving. We manage it very differently now than we did in previous years and no doubt our management will change again as more research is done. Here’s what you need...

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30 Apr 2021

5 Simple Breathing Exercises to Reduce Back Pain

How can exercising your lungs ease pain in your back? At first, it may seem rather odd to think of breathing as a treatment for back pain. It works surprisingly well, though.   Catch a breath You take about 20,000...

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