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  • Health Professionals Council
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Register of Exercise Professionals
  • Pink Ribbon Program


Classical Pilates is an integrated conditioning system which strengthens and stretches the whole body without stressing the joints. Pilates was first created by Joseph Pilates (1880 - 1967). Originally Classical Pilates was designed for men, but Pilates can be practiced by almost anyone given the correct instruction. There are different levels of Pilates exercises and although some of the exercises look easy, to actually perform them correctly and get the maximum benefit takes concentration and control. With regular practice the results will speak for themselves!

Physiotherapy led Pilates combines the structure of the classical repertoire with up to date methods in exercise rehabilitation. The classes give you the confidence to take control and learn how to safely get the best out of your body. Exercises can be broken down or adapted to be more challenging depending on your needs.

Pilates can help:-

  • Improve Posture
  • Align, lengthen and tone muscles
  • Increase flexibility
  • Improve core stability
  • Improve balance and co-ordination
  • Improve your regular gym/sports performance
  • Aid recovery after injury / illness / surgery
  • Improve health and wellbeing

Pilates for Breast Cancer

Treatment for breast cancer often involves a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy which can be both physically and emotionally challenging. Fatigue, poor sleep patterns, anxiety and the stress of normal daily life can all take their toll. Difficulty concentrating, short term memory, lack of energy and self-confidence can sometimes cause patients to withdrawal from social interactions and routine activities such as exercise.

Therapeutic exercise is an important part of the preparation and recovery process for breast cancer patients. It can help manage stress and anxiety, improve mood and how you feel in your body. Pilates for Breast Cancer can help you:-

  • Prepare for treatment by working the muscles in your shoulders, arms, neck, chest, back and stomach.
  • During or after treatment to slowly and steadily work towards regaining range of movement in your arm and shoulder.
  • Improve your core stability, which is an important factor in shoulder rehabilitation.
  • Reduce stiffness and tightness in joints and muscles.
  • Improve posture.
  • Improve well-being and self-confidence.