pilates and corealign training

what to expect

Pilates is a method of exercise that incorporates intentional, focused and flowing movements, core control, spinal mobility, alignment, and breathing.We use a variety of Pilates apparatuses to provide assistance or resistance allowing patients to move through a greater range of motion with ease and control. This ultimately creates positive movement experiences which builds confidence and carries over to functional tasks.  

We offer an array of Stott Pilates equipment including:

Rehab V2 Max Plus Reformer facilitates limitless exercise possibilities. This one-of-a-kind unit multi-tasks as a Reformer, virtual Cadillac and raised Mat platform which accommodates for those undergoing rehabilitation and are unable to get onto the ground. It offers variable angles of resistance, providing an increased range of motion, making it the premier tool for Pilates-based sport-specific, rehab and cross-training movements.

Split Pedal Stability Chair is a multi-functional machine that can be adjusted to train most muscle groups. Ideal for rehab clients or those who need to stay in a seated or upright position, helping re-balance muscles while providing a full-body workout. It also facilitates high-performance exercises for athletes and fitness enthusiasts.

Spring Wall mounted unit allows versatility to perform exercises in standing, kneeling, sitting, side-lying, supine or prone and is ideal for elite athletes as well as rehab clients

Balanced Body® CoreAlign is an apparatus designed uniquely to encourage standing postures and movements that helps to improve the mind body connection through functional movements and deep stretching postures to help overall body strength, stability, core-controlled aerobic training, balances muscles after injury and improves physical performance. The challenge of these movements are created through resistance tubing that can vary from very light to heavy, thus creating a full spectrum of movements to challenge clients of all levels.

Back 2 Normal offers individual Pilates sessions and custom packages to suit the clients needs and interests. We incorporate Pilates into our rehabilitation for injury recovery, athletic performance and wellness programs to enhance performance and fitness.

what are the benefits of pilates?

  • Create an evenly conditioned body and total body balance
  • Great for body-sculpting and strengthening
  • Gain long, lean muscles and flexibility
  • Become more acutely in tune with you body and learn how to control its movement
  • Maximize power and efficiency of movement
  • Improve athletic performance and prevent injuries
  • Develop a strong core through trunk, pelvic and shoulder girdle integration
  • Decrease pain and enhance your injury recovery by incorporating positive movement experiences

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can anyone do pilates?

YES! Pilates is truly for everybody.  Because each session is specific to the client, the Pilates instructor is able to challenge them at their level.  From the professional athletes to senior citizens, and everyone between, the benefits are amazing.

will i get results?

If you consistently participate in Pilates training a minimum of 2 days a week, you can expect to feel changes in your body in just a few weeks.

is pilates like yoga?

Yoga and Pilates have similarities. They both incorporate elements of mind-body connection and emphasize deep breathing. Pilates is different because it flows through series of movements in a more systematic, dynamic way that incorporates resistance equipment.

how can i start?

Contact Back 2 Normal at (727) 362-6866 to schedule your first session. If you are looking for a whole-body transformation, check out our Performance for Life 10-Week Transformation Program, which incorporates Pilates training.

healing for the body. performance for life