Every sport has a tendency to overuse/underuse certain muscles and carries a risk of injury.

Especially if you have a one-sided sport like Golf, Tennis, or Rowing. Especially if you do a lot of jumping and feel the effects in your back and feet. Especially if your sport has a tendency to produce tight muscles, like running. Tightness somewhere indicates overstretch elsewhere.  And tight muscles are WEAK muscles. Pilates can help with that.

For years, Pilates has been embraced by athletes of all stripes for:

  • reducing the frequency and severity of injury,
  • helping you stay conditioned if you’re sidelined from your sport,
  • increasing strength, flexibility, and agility, and
  • increasing output while using less effort.

For years, Pilates has been embraced by Athletes for “reducing the frequency and severity of injuries,” “increased body controls,” and “increased power output.” 

Pilates can also rehabilitate athletic injuries. 

Here is a great article by an Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Specialist, who discusses the value of Pilates, Dance, and Yoga for athletic cross-training

I have worked with all sorts of athletes, including Outrigger Canoe Paddlers, Collegiate Rowers, Runners, Golfers, Tennis Players, Martial Artists, Surfers (including Pros), Cirque du Soleil Acrobats, Dancers, Volleyball Players, including 2 former Olympians and a Collegiate player, Cyclists, and even an Olympic medal winning Wrestler.  I look forward to working with you!


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