Pilates works incredibly well for fixing or reducing back issues, because it restores the muscle balance in the body. It tackles the main causes of back pain – including a lack of core strength, tight muscles that pull on the spine and incorrect posture.
Pilates comes highly recommended by GPs and Physios for relieving back pain. In fact, many of our members find us because their GP or physio advised them to try Pilates.
How does our Pilates for Back Pain Programme work?
Our 12 week Pilates programmes has been carefully put together to help strengthen the core while stretching out tight muscle groups to create a body that is strong, flexible and pain-free.
Each month, you get a combination of new and repeat classes to create a challenging workout schedule that is focused on helping you improve and get a step closer to achieving your goals.
You can expect:
- 3 x 30 min new and repeat workouts a week
- Every 4 weeks the level goes up
- Personal coaching
- Lifetime access
- Money Back Guarantee
If you get a bit behind, don't worry – you will have LIFETIME ACCESS to your account.
It means the classes stay on your page and you can always catch up in your own time, but we advise to stick with the schedule to help you improve your back issues within 12 weeks.
Just roll out your mat every other day at a time that is convenient for you and follow the short workout.
If you have a serious back issue and you are not sure if you can start Pilates, we advise to check with your health care professional (ask your GP or Physio).
You can expect great results – check out the testimonials of some of our current members here.
If you have completed the programme and are not happy with the results, we will give you your Money Back. We are pretty confident you will love it, but just know that we are more than happy to offer a refund if the programme doesn’t meet your expectations.
Does Pilates work for all back issues?
Pilates works really well for a huge variety of back issues including:
- Lower back pain (lumbar)
- Nerve related back pain
- Mobility issues due to fused discs
- Slipped disc recovery (after initial healing phase)
- Upper back tightness
If you are wondering if Pilates can help you, don't hesitate to get in touch (just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ) as we are always here to offer honest advice, based on +10 year of expertise in this particular area.