Physiotherapy and Pilates

Many injuries seen in a physiotherapy clinic stem from problems relating to poor posture, mobility, balance, core strength and flexibility – all of which Pilates can improve.

Pilates builds balanced and coordinated muscles from head to toe while targeting the deep postural muscles of the abdomen and spine, improving core stability and alignment.

Suitable for everyone regardless of age, gender or experience, the mental and physical benefits of Pilates are far-reaching and transformative including:

  • Alleviating general back, neck and shoulder pain
  • Improving everyday function
  • Increasing overall strength and preventing injury
  • Conditioning for sports and athletics
  • Relieving stress and engendering a sense of wellbeing

We are dedicated to providing you with the best care. Our physiotherapists and experienced Pilates instructors work alongside each other to help patients recover and improve

We offer a range of Pilates classes for all levels of experience and abilities. The classes are kept small and tailored to meet individual’s needs.

Small Group Pilates Mat Classes

  • A maximum of 8 participants to ensure you get personal attention and support.
  • Beginners and Intermediate classes available in the daytime and evenings.
  • 1-2-1 Pilates Care

Perfect for those needing a more specialised programme whether for rehabilitation, improving athletic performance or simply fine-tuning movement. We use a mix of Reformer and Studio equipment to optimise your recovery and performance.

Our Pilates classes run out of our studio at our Ruislip Clinic. For more information on Pilates and our classes take a look at our dedicated Ruislip Pilates website or give the Ruislip physio reception team a call on 01895638841.