Pilates at Pulse

Our Instructor / physiotherapist

Daniela Ismerio

Pilates is a great way to improve strength, flexibility and endurance through the activation of core stability muscles. This stress-relieving form of exercise is taught on both mat and equipment. We have a fully-equipped studio which enables instructors to teach a wide variety of exercises, giving clients maximal results. 

 

At Pulse we instruct with a clinical approach to Joseph Pilates' original exercise method. With a background in Physiotherapy, our comprehensive understanding of the body enables the Pulse Pilates method to improve general fitness or assist injury rehabilitation efficiently and effectively.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The instructors at Pulse Pilates Red Hill utilise modern concepts in injury rehabilitation and exercise science to achieve a contemporary, safe and efficient form of Pilates exercise. Many clients receive a combination of hands-on physiotherapy and Pilates-based exercise therapy to thoroughly rehabilitate injuries, where others simply engage in both traditional and modified forms of the Pilates method to shape up!

 

Pulse Pilates Red Hill is fully-equipped contemporary studio enables clients to experience a diverse and invigorating style of Pilates. We have reformers, Cadillac, Wunda chair, Bosu balls and arc barrel, as well as smaller equipment, including foam rollers, therabands, magic circles and balls. All equipment aims to increase your Pilates workout and make your weekly routine exciting and challenging.

 

 

What are the benefits of Pulse Pilates Red Hill?

  • Efficient injury recovery

  • Increased body tone

  • Improved posture

  • Increased abdominal strength

  • Reduced neck and back pain

  • Increased Core Stability at joints

  • Further prevention of injury

  • Improved balance, co-ordination and flexibility

  • Stress reduction

  • Improved general fitness

  • Improved bone mass

 

 

 

Is Pilates resistance-based exercise?

At Pulse Pilates Red Hill, we utilise your own body resistance or spring resistance to improve muscular tone and define your body shape. The spring resistance applied by each Pilates machine is partial load with no impact, which means you get all the benefits of resistance-based exercise, without the injuries! Each Pilates exercise is focused on activating stability muscles which control each joint in the body. This will improve your body awareness and postural control.

"If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old. IF it is completely flexible at 60, you are young". - Joseph Pilates

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