Bridge to Health Blog
Bridge to Health Blog
Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pilates Teacher

Whikst embarking on more challenging forms of activities sucj as cliff climbing, skiing, wake boarding and mountain climbing, it is predominantly the arms and legs that have to be strong enough to enable the participant to do well at their chosen sport.

 

Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pillates Teacher

It has become more recognised and accepted that Pilates can pay an important part in a client's treatment plan when it comes to managing their ongoing condition. Working alongside other health professionals' benefits can have a hugely positive impact on their life.

 

 
Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pilates Teacher

It’s most definitely that time of year when we all take a close look at our diet and lifestyle habits, and debate the changes that we can make to ensure a healthier year ahead. It is no surprise then that it is now we find that the gyms are at their busiest as people throw themselves into a tough fitness regime to achieve their fitness and/or weight loss goals quickly.
Susan Quirke
Rehabilitation Pilates Instructor
 

One of the first questions I get asked when I first see a client is What is Pilates about?”

Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pilates Teacher
 

Often, by the time a client starts Pilates sessions with me, they have already been in pain for months - if not years.  When asked why they haven’t looked to help themselves before now, the answer is usually because they haven’t had the time.

Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pilates Teacher

There is no detour around the aging process. The fact is, as we age, we lose bone mass (Osteopenia) and gain conditions like Arthritis which result in pain and decreased flexibility in the joints.
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