What is Pilates

Pilates is a method of strengthening deep muscles, which are responsible for maintaining posture.

What is Pilates?

Clear Mind & Body

Deep muscles are the central muscles, located between the ribs and the pelvis, as well as around the spine (abdominals, pelvic floor and back muscles).

They are the energetic center of the body, which allows us to be stronger and more stable. It is also a discipline that allow us to better know our own body, strength and limits for using it more intelligent.

What is Pilates?

Clear Mind & Body

Deep muscles are the central muscles, located between the ribs and the pelvis, as well as around the spine (abdominals, pelvic floor and back muscles).

They are the energetic center of the body, which allows us to be stronger and more stable. It is also a discipline that allow us to better know our own body, strength and limits for using it more intelligent.

What are the essential principles of this discipline?

Breath

Breathing is specific. It is a lateral thoracic respiration, which allows a better use of the lungs (inspiration in the nose, exhalation in the mouth).

Concentration

We need to be fully aware of every move and its execution for optimal quality of each exercise.

Center

All movements must start from the energetic center of the body, from the abdomen.

Control

You need to control your every move, matching your breath and mind. We need to be fully aware of our bodies so that we can control every posture, every gesture and feel them in depth.

Fluidity

The movements are fluid and performed with a certain grace, in order to bring all the necessary balance to the harmony sought by these exercises.

Precision

We need to look for the quality of the execution of the movement and not the quantity. The gestures performed must be studied very carefully so that they have a real influence on your muscles.

What are the essential principles of this discipline?

Breath

Breathing is specific. It is a lateral thoracic respiration, which allows a better use of the lungs (inspiration in the nose, exhalation in the mouth).

Concentration

We need to be fully aware of every move and its execution for optimal quality of each exercise.

Center

All movements must start from the energetic center of the body, from the abdomen.

Control

You need to control your every move, matching your breath and mind. We need to be fully aware of our bodies so that we can control every posture, every gesture and feel them in depth.

Fluidity

The movements are fluid and performed with a certain grace, in order to bring all the necessary balance to the harmony sought by these exercises.

Precision

We need to look for the quality of the execution of the movement and not the quantity. The gestures performed must be studied very carefully so that they have a real influence on your muscles.

Treat your body right

The benefits of pilates classes

  • improving flexibility
  • increasing muscle strength and toning it, especially in the abdominal area, lumbar area, pelvis and buttocks (actual core area of ​​the body)
  • balancing muscle strength on both sides of the body
  • improving muscle control in the back and legs
  • improving spine stabilization
  • improving posture
  • relieving back pain
  • rehabilitation and prevention of injuries caused by muscle imbalances
  • improving coordination and physical balance
  • relaxing shoulders, neck and cervical area
  • rehabilitation in safety of joint and spine injuries
  • prevention of musculoskeletal injuries
  • strengthens pelvic muscles which has another beneficial consequence: improved sex life
  • improved lung capacity and deep breathing circulation
  • improve concentration
  • improve mind-body connection
  • stress management and relax
  • improves neural network activity, memory performance and cognitive functions
Treat your body right

The benefits of pilates classes

  • improving flexibility
  • increasing muscle strength and toning it, especially in the abdominal area, lumbar area, pelvis and buttocks (actual core area of ​​the body)
  • balancing muscle strength on both sides of the body
  • improving muscle control in the back and legs
  • improving spine stabilization
  • improving posture
  • relieving back pain
  • rehabilitation and prevention of injuries caused by muscle imbalances
  • improving coordination and physical balance
  • relaxing shoulders, neck and cervical area
  • rehabilitation in safety of joint and spine injuries
  • prevention of musculoskeletal injuries
  • strengthens pelvic muscles which has another beneficial consequence: improved sex life
  • improved lung capacity and deep breathing circulation
  • improve concentration
  • improve mind-body connection
  • stress management and relax
  • improves neural network activity, memory performance and cognitive functions

For who?

Pilates classes are for everyone because the exercises, while demanding, are neither violent nor traumatic for the body. Thus, women and men, athletes or not, the elderly, injured or recovering, people stressed, tired, suffering from stiffness, or sitting in the office for a long time, pregnant women or women who have just given birth can practice pilates, because this method is progressive (if in doubt, do not hesitate to seek medical advice).

The exercises can be adapted according to the level, the needs of each person and the possible pathologies.

How fast should you practice to get effective results?

Pilates is a gentle discipline that can be practiced without moderation. Like any physical activity, it must be practiced weekly throughout the year to be effective.

Our advice : participate in 2-3 sessions of pilates per week, depending on your age and goal.

Prices

Pilates Private Session
200 lei
10 Pilates Sessions Pack
1700 lei
20 Pilates Sessions Pack
3000 lei
Yoga Private Session
5 Yoga Sessions Pack
800
Teenagers Private Session
150 lei
10 Teenagers Sessions Pack
1300 lei

* Package validity 40/60 days.
* Cancellation of session must be done 12 hours before the start, otherwise the session will be considered held.

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