WHAT IS THE PILATES METHOD?
Pilates is a physical conditioning method developed in the 1920's by the German Joseph Pilates, which uses springs as resistance to rebalance the body, while improving posture and whole body performance. This method develops a strong and flexible body, prevents the risk of injury and increases day-to-day readiness, through a system of exercises focusing on working the abdominal area (which Pilates calls "the core") and spinal mobility.
The Pilates Studio Thais Caniceiro has a highly trained and diversified team in the field of physical exercise. The team works with the traditional pilates method in conjunction with other techniques such as yoga, kettlebell and muscle activation, allowing each student to acquire good physical and mental conditioning inside and outside the studio..
WHY PRACTICE THE PILATES METHOD?
For those looking for a healthier lifestyle, the pilates method allows you to become more aware of your current state and develop a more balanced body through your exercises.
The individualized training, in pairs or trios, ensures that each student develops every training session in a specific way, meeting their needs and objectives.
Pilates works on strength, flexibility and control of movements in each exercise, while developing the body evenly. Improves circulation by increasing the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the brain and the rest of the body. Develops the ability to focus and concentrate for a smooth and precise execution of your movements.
Because it is a low-impact activity, it prevents the risk of injury, while enhancing joint mobility and stability.
Improves posture promoting ache and discomfort relief caused by muscular imbalances.
Restores physical vitality through proper breathing practice.
"Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. Our interpretation of physical fitness is the attainment and maintenance of a uniformly developed body with a sound mind fully capable of naturally, easily, and satisfactorily performing our many and varied daily tasks with spontaneous zest and pleasure." Joseph Pilates