Pilates for Chronic Pain Syndromes

Do you Suffer from ChronicPain ? 

A Pilates professional Instructor helps clients by giving them the Pilates tools they need for managing with Chronic Pain Syndromes such as Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, and Multiple Sclerosis.

Research has shown that chronic pain is best managed through an exercise-based inter-disciplinary approach. Pilates, with its emphasis on breath, core strength and joint stability, is particularly successful in the management of these syndromes.

@imprintpilates provides the specific modifications and strategies that are necessary to guide clients through a Pilates session, including how to evaluate which modifications are appropriate and why, based on your clinical background of chronic pain. This approach is important and essential at www.imprintpilates.com when dealing with special populations & clients suffering from chronic pain who need specific programming to help them.

Pilates will help you understand your weaknesses through new exercises and repertoires to help you relieve you’re your chronic pain!


Inspiring Whole Body Health

Anita Ivic
(Owner • Pilates & Yoga Instructor and Personal Trainer • STOTT PILATES® • CYA • BFA)

Imprint Pilates & Yoga
101 Spadina Ave Suite 103 & Suite 209
Toronto ON M5V 2K2
Phone:  416 939 9545
Studio: 647 347 2298
E-mail: anita@imprintpilates.com
Website URL: http://www.imprintpilates.com





About Imprint Pilates

Private, one-on-one Pilates training is the focus at Imprint Pilates. We focus directly on your individual goals and desires, and you will see and feel the results immediately. As your body changes, your instructor will be there to modify and advance your workout to meet your changing needs. You will correct posture, strengthen muscle weaknesses and imbalances, relieve tension, and strengthen your core. Your body will be pain free, strong and flexible.
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