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Hello Athletes!

We know bodies.

What we call in Pilates your Powerhouse, is much much more than just ‘ab work’. Get ready to finally understand core strength and own it!

  • A consistent Pilates practice builds core strength AND strengthens your entire body: arms connecting to your back, legs connecting to your waist.

  • Increase stamina in training and performance because the core is always on, connected.

  • Greater whole body strength and connection means less chance of acute injury and healing of chronic pain.

  • Increase your longevity in your sport because strength training with Pilates does not break you down, it builds you up. Every single day.

Golf
Softball
Football
Baseball
Basketball
Tennis
Hockey
Lacrosse
Volleyball
Surfing
Cycling
Running
Swimming
Dancing
Gymnastics

Boxing
Rowing
Lacrosse
Diving

We've got your back. And swing. And stroke. Spike. Throw. Hit. Backhand. And stride.

Pilates benefits people of all fitness levels, and Pilate can help boost performance.

 

Pilates gives athletes an edge mentally and physically.

 

Pilates reduces injuries, speeds recovering time, improves range of motion, promotes efficient breathing techniques, and develops a mind-body connection.

 

Pilates targets the areas athletes struggle with the most: postural alignment, balanced muscle strength, and functionality of movement through core body strength.

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Swimmers & Water Polo

We've got your shoulders. And stroke.

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A strong core is essential for swimming and often overlooked in training. In swimming, every movement you make originates from the core—kicking, pulling, rotating, and even gliding.

 

Here’s what Pilates can do for you:
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Become a more mindful swimmer 

  • Prevent injuries

  • Improve body alignment and streamline position

  • Build speed

  • Boost recovery

Athletes pictured: Felix, Claire, Aidan, Taryn, James, Ava, Sam, Ian, Milo

All photography this page by Jeff Lucia

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