Why do Pilates
We believe in the classic way to teach movement-based, systematic and integrated training. Pilates taught using this method has the anti-aging effect that everyone wants. We believe that exercises in the right flow, the right corrections at the right time will transform your body and reduce weaknesses that otherwise contribute to injuries and chronic ailments.
We know and understand why Pilates works, We believe it is the optimal form of exercise. The body changes from the trunk/Power House, i.e. from the inside out. It brings a noticeable change in posture, mobility, strength and a feeling of well-being. It is important to understand that your body will not accept correction until it is ready.
- Increases your strength, agility and balance
- Improves your posture
- Increases your mental energy and concentration
– Relieves stress
- Improves your general fitness
- Gives a feeling of well-being
The best of Pilates:
Is suitable for all types of people, regardless of whether you are an elite athlete or have no previous training experience, young or old, male or female, short or tall, Pilates is a form of exercise that is suitable for everyone.
Classical Pilates is defined as the science and art of coordinating body and mind to achieve total fitness. You use your own body as well as the resistance of springs to perform a series of movements that are linked together in an efficient transition, which is adapted to your needs.
MÅN-TORS kl.08.30 – 19.30
FREDAGAR kl. 08.00 – 14.00
LÖRDAGAR kl. 09.00 – 12.00
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"I have been diagnosed with disc herniation in the lower back. I was recommended surgery but my Physiotherapist suggested Pilates to build strength in my core to avoid surgery. Ever since, I have been hooked on Pilates as I have seen a huge difference in my body awareness, range of movement and being able to activate my core to protect my back."
"I have lived with chronic inflammation and joint pain for many years. The training offered at Classic Pilates Malmö has been an important part in becoming free from both pain and medications."